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Actress Phylicia Rashad Named Dean of Howard University's College of Fine ArtsActress Phylicia Rashad on Wednesday has been named the dean of the College of Fine Arts at Howard University following a national search.
Thursday Morning Weather With Marty BassMostly sunny and nice, with high temperatures in the low 70's.
Coffee With: Brigance BrigadeCoffee With: Brigance Brigade
Baltimore Buzz: Cicada Cupcakes Made by 'Cake By Jason'What's trending in Baltimore.
Torrey Smith Wants to Recognize People Doing Good Things In Baltimore And Around MarylandThere are plenty of unsung heroes all across the city doing just that, making their presence felt, including two-time Super Bowl champion Torrey Smith.
Bob Turk Has A Look Ahead To Thursday's ForecastHere's a look at weather in Baltimore, Maryland.
Cakes By Jason Has A Cicada Survival Pack Of CupcakesYou can pre-order these cicada-themed cupcakes from Cakes By Jason
Ravens Full NFL Schedule Released: Baltimore To Open On The Road Against RaidersThe Baltimore Ravens will open its 2021 season on the road against the Las Vegas Raiders on September 13. The game will be aired on Monday Night Football.
Anne Arundel County Executive Calls For Bay Bridge Span Project To Be StoppedAnne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman doesn't want a third span on the Bay Bridge.
Friends Will Carry On Fundraiser Organized By Laurel Murder VictimRyan Lee was supposed to host a fundraiser on Sunday. Lee and his wife were murdered by his mother's ex boyfriend in Laurel earlier this week. Now his friends will carry on his mission.
Colonial Pipeline Back Up, But It Could Take Days To Return To Normal Due To 'Panic Buying' Of GasColonial Pipeline is now back up and running as of 5 p.m. Wednesday after the company was forced to shut down operations due to a ransomware attack onto its computer system by a group of hackers called “Dark Side.”
Vaccinating Children: What You Need To Know About Getting The Pfizer Shot In MarylandUS Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advisers voted unanimously Wednesday to recommend giving Pfizer/BioNTech's Covid-19 vaccine to kids as young as 12.
Maryland Health Officials Prepared To Vaccinate Children Ages 12 To 15Maryland officials said they have been preparing to vaccinate children across the state.
Maryland Lifts Capacity Restrictions Everywhere, But Mask Mandate Remains IndoorsFor the first time in more than a year, this weekend will look a little different.
Baltimore City Will Open Pools For The 2021 Swim Season On Memorial Day WeekendJust in time for summer, outdoor pools, programs and more are reopening at Baltimore's recreation centers and parks.
Middle River Garage, Apartment Damaged In FireA fire damaged a Middle River apartment and a two-car garage Wednesday, the Baltimore County Fire Department said.
Governor Hogan Announces Members of Asian American Hate Crimes WorkgroupGovernor Hogan held first meeting with Asian American hate crime workshop.
Baltimore County Police Investigating All Calls Involving Man Accused Of Killing Neighbors; More Than $40k Raised For VictimsOnline fundraisers for victims of a an explosion and shooting in Baltimore County have now raised more than $40,000 combined.
Maryland Business Can Operate With No Restrictions Beginning SaturdayStarting Saturday, every business in Maryland can now operate at 100% with no restrictions
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott Announces Will Lift Capacity Restrictions At Establishments Monday May 17Starting Monday, most businesses in Baltimore City will no longer have to worry about capacity limits.
Actress Phylicia Rashad Appointed Dean Of Fire Arts At Howard UniversityActress Phylicia Rashad has been appointed Dean of Fine Arts at Howard University.
Tyson Blames Chicken Shortage On New Kind of RoosterTyson blames chicken shortage on new rooster citing decline in hatching.
Colonial Pipeline Restarts Operations Following CyberattackColonial Pipeline says it has initiated its restart of operations.
Maryland Health Officials Prepare To Vaccinate Children Ages 12 To 15 After CDC Advisors Recommend PfizerUS Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advisers voted unanimously Wednesday to recommend giving Pfizer/BioNTech’s Covid-19 vaccine to kids as young as 12.

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