Federal law enforcement officials are examining a number of threats aimed at members of Congress as the second trial of former President Donald Trump nears, including ominous chatter about killing legislators or attacking them outside of the U.S. Capitol, a U.S. official told The Associated Press. Katie Johnston reports.
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Police: Man Reported Missing Following Odenton Home Invasion Found Safe, Was Not AbductedA Baltimore man reported missing following a home invasion in Odenton earlier this week is home safe and was not abducted as originally believed, the Anne Arundel County Police Department said Friday afternoon.
Baltimore County Offering To Cover Uber Rides To COVID-19 Vaccination SitesBaltimore County Offering To Cover Uber Rides To COVID-19 Vaccination Sites
Bob Turk Has An Updated Look At Your ForecastBob Turk Has An Updated Look At Your Forecast
West Baltimore Native, Descendent Of Slaves On Last US-Bound Ship From Africa, Shares Family's LegacyWest Baltimore Native, Descendent Of Slaves On Last US-Bound Ship From Africa, Shares Family's Legacy
Police Investigating Suspicious Death In Owings MillsPolice Investigating Suspicious Death In Owings Mills
Mayor Brandon Scott, Gov. Larry Hogan Clash Over Comment That Baltimore City Gets More COVID-19 Vaccines Than Entitled ToMayor Brandon Scott, Gov. Larry Hogan Clash Over Comment That Baltimore City Gets More COVID-19 Vaccines Than Entitled To
Police Reform Bills Pass Committee Hurdle In Maryland SenateA series of police reform bills passed the committee hurdle in the Maryland Senate Thursday.
Chris Davis Entering 11th Season With The OriolesChris Davis Entering 11th Season With The Orioles
Maryland Set To See Cicadas Re-Emerge This YearCicadas last crawled from Maryland's soil in 2004, and this summer, they're back to continue the cycle of life.
US Park Police Set To Welcome First Black Female ChiefUS Park Police Set To Welcome First Black Female Chief
FDA Advisory Committee Votes To Recommend Authorizing Johnson & Johnson’s New COVID-19 VaccineFDA Advisory Committee Votes To Recommend Authorizing Johnson & Johnson’s New COVID-19 Vaccine
WJZ's Black History Oratory Competition Goes Virtual Due To COVID-19 PandemicWJZ continues to celebrate Black History Month with our annual Black History Oratory Competition.
Car Crashes Into Bank In Baltimore CountyCar Crashes Into Bank In Baltimore County
Bobbleheads Memorialize Baltimore Sports Superfan Mo GabaBobbleheads Memorialize Baltimore Sports Superfan Mo Gaba
Lockheed Martin Closing Middle River Manufacturing PlantLockheed Martin Closing Middle River Manufacturing Plant
Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Gives COVID-19 Vaccination Update (Feb. 26, 2021)Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Gives COVID-19 Vaccination Update (Feb. 26, 2021)
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Body Washes Up In South Baltimore FridayPolice in Baltimore are investigating after a body washed up near MedStar Harbor Hospital Friday afternoon.
45-Year-Old Man Critically Injured After Stabbing Outside Dundalk RestaurantA 45-year-old man was stabbed multiple times during a fight outside a Dundalk restaurant early Friday morning.
Suspect Killed In Police-Involved Shooting Near Baltimore's Inner Harbor IdentifiedPolice have identified the shooting suspect officers fatally shot near Baltimore's Inner Harbor Thursday night.
Fighting To Be Heard: Overcoming A StutterPresident Joe Biden and something in common with one Maryland man -- they both stutter.
Suspect Fatally Shot By Police In Baltimore Near Inner HarborA shooting suspect was killed in an officer-involved shooting near the Inner Harbor Thursday night, according to the Baltimore City Police Department.