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Johns Hopkins Experts Describe Updated Gun Control Laws As 'Great First Step'Gun safety scholars at Johns Hopkins University applauded Congress Friday for the most significant update to the nation’s gun laws in decades.
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Where's Marty? Checking Out City Cruises' Celebration For PrideThe company is hosting a drag brunch aboard its cruise ship.
Despite Supreme Court Decision, Abortion Remains Legal In MarylandPeople are reacting to the stunning U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Local And Proud: A Friendly BreadA small hobby in a northern California home turns into a growing business in Baltimore. Owner Lane Levine tells us the story of A Friendly Bread.
Where's Marty? Checking In With City CruisesThe business is offering a cruise on the harbor with a drag brunch for Pride weekend.
Where's Marty? Checking Out City Cruises' Celebration For PrideThe business is hosting the Queens Cruise, a drag brunch on the water.
Marty Bass Has Your Friday Afternoon ForecastMarty Bass looks at the weather for Friday, June 24. Plus, a look ahead to what should be a beautiful weekend.
HealthWatch: Study Highlights Benefits Of Fourth Pfizer DoseA study in Israel found a fourth dose of the Pfizer vaccine significantly increased protection against COVID-19 hospitalization and deaths.
Supreme Court Overturns Roe V. Wade; States Can Ban AbortionAbortion is protected in Maryland. It was approved by a voter referendum in 1992 and expanded by lawmakers earlier this year.
WJZ Morning News and Weather: June 24, 2022The latest headlines and weather from WJZ.
Smith Island Awarded $1 Million To Improve Roads And Save TourismThe money will go toward resurfacing roads that lead to significant tourist sites on the island.
University System Of Maryland Drops SAT/ACT Admissions RequirementEach of the 12 schools in the system could still decide to keep the test requirement.
Baltimore City Council Passes Budget For Fiscal Year 2023The city’s budget for the fiscal year 2023 totals $4.11 billion, including $3.32 billion for operating expenses and $792.6 million for capital investment.
Baltimore Buzz: Wine & Slow Jams ReturnsThe festival is scheduled for July 30 at the Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds.
Nelly, Styx, Niko Moon And Lauren Alaina To Headline Maryland State Fair Concert SeriesNelly will headline Friday, Sept. 9, Moon and Alaina will co-headline Saturday, Sept. 10, and Styx will close out the 2022 Live! ON TRACK! Concert Series on Sept. 11.
Baltimore Buzz: Central Plaza Reopens At Harbor PointThe park has a new lawn for enjoying the summer weather.
First Alert Meteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Friday Morning ForecastFirst Alert Meteorologist Meg McNamara looks at the weather for the morning of Friday, June 24.
Bob Turk Has Your Thursday Night ForecastBob Turk Has Your Thursday Night Forecast
Baltimore County's Johnny Olszewski Discusses COVID-19 Recovery Efforts During Capitol Hill VisitBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski went to Washington, D.C., to meet with congressional lawmakers on Capitol Hill and discuss county concerns and solutions in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic Thursday.
Man Who Was Hit By Baltimore Police Patrol Car Dies From InjuriesA man has died from injuries he sustained after a Baltimore police officer en route to a report of a stabbing hit his scooter in East Baltimore earlier this week, according to authorities.
Burned Body Of 18-Year-Old Man Found Near Train Tracks In Baltimore's Morrell ParkPolice found the burned body of a young man near the train tracks that slide past Baltimore’s Morrell Park neighborhood Wednesday and determined Thursday that he had been murdered, according to authorities.
Supreme Court Decision On New York Gun Law Will Impact MarylandThe Supreme Court has ruled 6–3 to strike down a gun law in New York—and the impact of that decision will trickle down to Maryland.

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