COVID-19 In Maryland: December 24, 2020 (Evening Update)
WJZ Morning News & Weather: Jan. 18, 2022The latest headlines and weather from WJZ.
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Coffee With: Johns Hopkins Children's CenterPhysicians at Johns Hopkins Children's Center say they're seeing a significant increase in the number of treadmill-related injuries they're treating.
WJZ Seeks Entries For 2022 Black History Oratory CompetitionThis annual oratory competition invites Maryland students in grades 9 through 12 to write an original essay of 500 words based on a prompt provided to them. The entry deadline is Jan. 25.
Baltimore Buzz: Restaurant Week Kicks Off Soon, Plus The First Maker's Market Of 2022Winter Restaurant Week in Baltimore gets underway on Jan. 28, and 1623 Brewing Co. has announced the dates for its first Maker's Market on the year. That's what's buzzing in Baltimore.
Maryland Zoo Introduces Poundcake The PenguinMeet Poundcake, the latest African penguin to be named after a dessert at the Maryland Zoo.
Bob Turk Has Your Monday Night WeatherBob Turk Has Your Monday Night Weather
Over 20 Displaced After Fire At Reisterstown Apartment BuildingMore than 20 people have been displaced from their homes after a fire Monday evening at an apartment building in Reisterstown, Baltimore County Fire said. No injuries were reported.
Johns Hopkins Study Suggests Rapid COVID-19 Tests Could Be As Accurate As PCR Tests With ChildrenA new study by Johns Hopkins Medicine suggests rapid antigen testing is comparable in accuracy to PCR testing in children.
Johns Hopkins Study Suggests Rapid COVID-19 Tests Comparable In Accuracy To PCR Tests With ChildrenA new study by Johns Hopkins Medicine suggests rapid antigen testing is comparable in accuracy to PCR testing in children.
Hundreds Of Saliva Samples Expire From Ripken Stadium COVID-19 Testing SiteHundreds of saliva samples collected at Ripken Stadium Jan. 10 expired by the time they got to a lab in Texas.
Mosby's Attorney Says She Was Advised Retirement Account Withdrawals Were PermittedAt a Monday rally to draw support for Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby following her federal indictment, defense lawyer A. Scott Bolden said his client received financial advice she was eligible to withdraw money from her retirement account, an issue at the heart of the case.
Maryland Science Center Opens Interactive Exhibit On The Human BodyA new exhibit at the Maryland Science Center aims to get kids excited about learning the ins and outs of the human body.
American Visionary Art Museum Hosts MLK Day Poetry SlamThe American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore held a poetry slam event honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Mosby's Attorney Says Federal Charges Are Politically MotivatedA. Scott Bolden defended withdrawals from her retirement account as appropriate.
Snow Storm Slams Maryland, Creates Power OutagesThe second winter storm of the season has come and gone but the effects are still being felt, especially in areas north and west of the city.
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Stray Bullet Hits 72-Year-Old Woman In Her Baltimore Home; She Sustains Non-Life-Threatening InjuriesBaltimore police say a 72-year-old woman was struck by a bullet that flew through the window of her home on Saturday.
Power Outages Follow Snowstorm, Affecting Thousands Of MarylandersThe second winter storm of the season has come and gone but the effects are still being felt, especially in areas north and west of the city.
HealthWatch: Preterm Births, Stillbirths & Newborn Deaths More Common Among Women With COVID-19A new study of more than 87,000 pregnancies found that preterm births, stillbirths, and newborn deaths were more common among women with COVID at the end of their pregnancy.
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Former Mayor Young To Appear At Press Conference With Mosby's AttorneyFormer Mayor and City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young is scheduled to appear at a press conference hosted by Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's lawyer to discuss on the top prosecutor's federal indictment.
WJZ First Alert Weather Team Coverage Of The Winter StormThe snow may have come and gone, but it left behind sloppy conditions on the roads and elsewhere. Our First Alert Weather team brings you live updates from Fell's Point, Baltimore County and Westminster.
WJZ's Furever Friend: CharlieThis week’s WJZ Furever Friend is Charlie. Charlie is between two and three-years-old and was transported from Texas. Charlie has some unbelievable markings that look like eyebrows and is very cute. Plus he's incredibly friendly. Everyone in the neighborhood has gotten to know and love him, including the mail carrier. He just wants to love and be loved. He is currently available for adoption through the Canine Humane Network.