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The Population Of Maryland's Favorite Crustacean Is Lower Than Ever RecordedThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources has conducted a survey that shows there are now 227 million blue crabs in the bay.
Lamar Jackson Absent From OTAs As He Enters Final Year Of ContractWhile NFL mini camps are voluntary, and veteran players often chose not to attend, but when it's a veteran quarterback who doesn't show, it's unusual and newsworthy.
U.S. Coast Guard Sets Historic Francis Scott Key Memorial Buoy In Patapsco RiverThe buoy marks the location where Francis Scott Key witnessed the bombardment of Fort McHenry in 1814.
Jury Trial Continues For Man Accused In Murder Of Dante BarksdaleJury deliberations are underway in the murder trial of a man accused of killing a Safe Streets worker.
Maryland Schools Offer Extra Support To Students And Staff Following Mass Shooting In TexasThe elementary school mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, on Tuesday prompted some schools in Maryland to offer extra support to students and staff.
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Blue Angels Squadron Soars Over Annapolis In Dazzling Flight DemonstrationThe Blue Angels flew high above Annapolis Wednesday for the Naval Academy’s Commissioning Week!
State Won't Prosecute Baltimore Officers Who Shot, Killed Armed Man Near Inner Harbor Last YearBaltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby found three Baltimore officers legally justified in shooting and killing an armed man in a downtown parking garage last year, according to a newly released report.
Active Shooter Incidents On The Rise As Nation Looks For SolutionsThese cases with multiple victims are on the rise in Baltimore and around the country.
Multiple Vehicles Involved In Middle River CrashChopper 13 is over a crash involving several vehicles Wednesday afternoon in Middle River.
More Than 800,000 Marylanders Will Travel Over Memorial Day WeekendThe Move Over Law was expanded beyond public safety and service vehicles to include all vehicles stopped on the highway with warning lights, flashers, or other caution signals.
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Charles County Deputies Arrest Suspect In Connection With Threats Of Mass ViolenceA Maryland man was taken into custody this morning. He is accused of calling Gail Bailey Elementary School and a business in White Plains yesterday, making several threats of mass violence.
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Montessori Public Charter School In Baltimore Briefly Placed On Lockdown After 'Untrue' Threat Called InMontessori Public Charter School in Baltimore was briefly placed on lockdown after a threat to the school was called in, according to an email to parents obtained by WJZ. The threat was later found to be untrue.
HealthWatch: Some Antiviral Drugs May Help Treat Monkeypox, Study SaysSome antiviral medications might help treat monkeypox, a new study has found. The drugs have the potential to shorten symptoms and reduce the amount of time a patient is contagious.
Coast Guard Sets Historic Francis Scott Key Memorial Buoy In Patapsco RiverThe U.S. Coast Guard has placed the Francis Scott Key Memorial Buoy in the Patapsco River near the Key Bridge. The star-spangled buoy marks the location where its namesake witnessed the bombardment of Fort McHenry.
BCPS Breaks Ground On $43M Renovation Of Pine Grove MiddleBaltimore County Public Schools broke ground Wednesday on a $43 million renovation project at Pine Grove Middle School.
Marty Bass Has Your Wednesday Afternoon ForecastMarty Bass Has Your Wednesday Afternoon Forecast
New Exhibit Shares Story Of Maryland's Civil Rights MovementThe Maryland Center for History and Culture sheds light on Maryland's civil rights movement with a new exhibit. Director of Collections Harrison Van Waes joins WJZ at 9 to discuss what the exhibit has to offer.
Where's Marty? Channeling His Inner 'Maverick' At The Glenn L. Martin Aviation MuseumWith 'Top Gun: Maverick' now playing in theaters, Marty Bass visited the Glenn L. Martin Aviation Museum.
Where's Marty? Celebrating 'Top Gun: Maverick' With The Glenn L. Martin Aviation MuseumWith 'Top Gun: Maverick' in theaters, Marty Bass ventured out to the Glenn L. Martin Aviation Museum.
Local Expert Calls For Review Of Gun Laws In Wake Of Texas School ShootingPolice across Maryland are stepping up their presence around schools following Tuesday's mass shooting at an elementary school in Texas. A one expert says every state needs to take a good look at its own gun laws in the wake of the tragedy.
Camp For Seriously Ill Children To Build Second Location On Maryland's Eastern ShorePaul Newman’s Hole in the Wall Gang Camp announced plans Tuesday to open its second location in Queenstown, Md. at the Aspen Institute’s former 166-acre Wye River Conference Center.

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