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Close To Death: A Maryland COVID Survival StoryCOVID-19 has sickened almost half a million people in Maryland, killing more than 8,700 in our state alone. Darnell Davis considers himself one of the lucky ones. After almost dying last year, the realtor said he has no long-term problems.
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Commencement Week At Towson University Kicks OffCommencement week at Towson University kicks off honoring the Class of 2020 and the Class of 2021.
Delta Airline Requiring New Hires To Be Vaccinated For COVID-19Delta airlines is the first airline to require new employees to be vaccinated.
Gov. Hogan Critical Of Mayor Scott’s Decision To Keep Baltimore’s Indoor Mask MandateBaltimore City will continue to require masks indoors and at outdoor venues like stadiums—while the state no longer requires masks outside and indoors in many cases.
Fiancé Of Victim Killed By Police SpeaksA woman held at knife point by her fiancé speaks to WJZ about the moments leading up to the officer involved shooting that took his life.
Ready Or Not, Cicadas Are Here In MarylandAs the temperature starts to warm up the 17-year cicadas are really starting to make their presence felt.
Bill Gates Left Microsoft Board After Investigation Into Romantic RelationshipBill Gates left Microsoft Board following an investigation into potential romantic relationship with an employee.
Morgan State University Among MD HBCUs Breaking RecordsMorgan State University is thriving in ways they have never seen with a record-high number of applications and enrollment.
2 Charles County Officers Shot While Attempting To Serve WarrantPolice are investigating after 2 officers were wounded while attempting to serve a warrant in Waldorf.
Bike To Work Week In BaltimoreMay 17 kicks off "Bike To Work" week in Baltimore.
'A Highway To Nowhere' State Officials Say This Was A Huge MistakeThe stretch of road running from West Baltimore’s Marc Station to MLK Boulevard is long blamed for ripping communities apart and displacing more than 1,500 people.
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Towson University Hold-In Person Graduation CeremoniesTowson University will be holding a series of in-person commencement ceremonies to honor graduates.
Baltimore County Public Libraries Reopen At Limited CapacityBaltimore County Public Libraries reopen at 30 percent capacity on May 17.

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