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Bob Turk Has Your Wednesday Night WeatherBob Turk Has Your Wednesday Night Weather
Anonymous Donor Pledges to Match Donations Up To $1,000 To Help Replace Stolen Salvation Army Red KettleAn anonymous donor pledges to match any donation up to $1,000 to help replace a stolen Salvation Army red kettle.
Firefighter Injured, Multiple Rowhomes Damaged In East Baltimore FireFour rowhomes were damaged by heavy fire in Northeast Baltimore Wednesday night, Baltimore Fire said. A firefighter sustained minor injuries.
ATM Stolen In Elkridge Smash And Grab; Stolen Van Used Was Found In Baltimore, Police SayThe latest in a monthlong string of ATM robberies was at a gas station in Howard County overnight.
Baltimore Buzz: Egg Nog Tasting Tour In Fells PointHere's what's buzzing in Baltimore
Camden Yards Security Going High Tech With Threat DetectionThe stadium signed a deal with a Massachusetts based company focused on threat detection.
Surveillance Footage Capture ATM Smash And Grab At Elkridge Gas StationA string of ATM smash and grabs has made its way into Howard County
Lawyers Deny Annapolis Spy Suspect Discussed Fleeing To Evade ArrestLawyers for a Maryland woman charged along with her husband in a scheme to sell Navy submarine secrets to a foreign government denied Wednesday that she had contemplated fleeing the United States to avoid arrest.
Maryland Pushes Boosters As Pfizer Says They’re Effective Protection Against OmicronPfizer says three shots are better than two when it comes to fighting the omicron covid variant and that “a booster shot neutralized omicron in lab tests.”
Police Investigating Claims Of Sexual Assaults, Gang Violence At Aberdeen High SchoolA flyer circulating at Aberdeen High School made allegations of sexual assault and harassment is going uninvestigated by officers and the administration, the Aberdeen Police Department said.
Childcare Centers Call For Regulatory Changes As Pandemic Impact Pushes Some To The BrinkHundreds of child care centers across Maryland have shuttered since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Does Baltimore Prefer Artifical Or Real Christmas Trees?Some people just have to have a real Christmas tree in their house, while others prefer the practicality of a fake one. We asked shoppers about their preferences.
Jury Deliberations To Go Into Second Day In Murder Trial Of Keith SmithJury deliberations began Wednesday morning in the trial of Keith Smith, the Baltimore man accused of killing his wife in 2018 and blaming it on a panhandler.
Howard Co. Police Seek Assistance In Finding Robbery SuspectThe robbery happened Dec. 3 in Ellicott City
Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Wednesday WeatherMeteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Wednesday Weather
Jury Deliberations Underway In Trial Of Keith SmithJury deliberations began Wednesday morning in the trial of Keith Smith, the Baltimore man accused of killing his wife in 2018 and blaming it on a panhandler.
Officials Say Judge Jonathan Newell Acted Alone In Alleged Child ExploitationA child found a camera while on a retreat with Newell, according to court records
Mayor Scott Lays Out Vision For Baltimore With Action Plan For Public Safety, DevelopmentA year into his first term, Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott released an action plan he said will increase public safety, provide more opportunities for young Baltimoreans and build city neighborhoods with an eye toward equity.
Baltimore County Board Of Education Approves $1,000 Bonus For All EmployeesBaltimore County teachers are one step closer to a $1,000 bonus
HealthWatch: Study Says Regular Exercise Can Lower Risk Of Developing Or Dying Of PneumoniaThe latest in health and fitness news.
Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has A Look At Your Wednesday Afternoon ForecastMeteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has A Look At Your Wednesday Afternoon Forecast
MGM National Harbor To Accept First Bets On ThursdaySports betting will go live at noon with Governor Hogan and football legend Joe Theismann placing the first bets.
Mayor Scott Lays Out Vision For Baltimore With Action PlanA year into his first term, Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott released an eight-page action plan to increase public safety, provide more opportunities for young Baltimoreans and build neighborhoods in the city equitably.
Jury Has Keith Smith Murder As Closing Arguments EndJury deliberations began Wednesday morning in the trial of Keith Smith, the Baltimore man accused of killing his wife in 2018 and blaming it on a panhandler.