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40 Years Later: Police Solve Baltimore County Teen's Cold Case MurderThe police department said Wednesday that cold case detectives have determined John Anthony Petrecca, Jr., who died in 2000, was responsible for the 1981 murder of 13-year-old Heather Porter.
State School Board Wants To Establish Target Metrics Before Lifting Mask Mandate In ClassroomsMaryland students will continue to wear masks for the time being in public schools.
Maryland Ramps Up Testing, Sequencing After New Variant Detected In U.S.Governor Larry Hogan stressed that Maryland is taking the rapid spread of the omicron covid variant seriously.
Suspect In Custody In The Death Of Slain Church Employee Evelyn Player, Baltimore Police SayBaltimore police said Wednesday night they have made an arrest in the murder of Evelyn Player, a 69-year-old woman found dead in a Baltimore church.
Baltimore City Cancels Its New Year's Eve Fireworks ShowThe city announced Wednesday that it's canceling its New Year's Eve Spectacular for the second year in a row.
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$2.3 Million Announced For Nursing Faculty FellowshipsThe fellowship is meant to shore up staffing as the nation faces a nurse shortage
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Old Mill High Staffer Accused Of Sexually Assaulting 16-Year-Old StudentAn Old Mill High School employee was arrested Tuesday in response to allegations that he sexually assaulted a 16-year-old student, Anne Arundel County Police said Wednesday.
‘If Omicron Does Come To Maryland, We Will Find It’: Maryland Ramps Up Testing, Sequencing After New Variant Detected In U.S.Governor Larry Hogan stressed that Maryland is taking the rapid spread of the omicron covid variant seriously.
Doctors Urge Cancer Screenings After Record Low During PandemicSkipping cancer screenings is the route many people took during the height of the pandemic. And doctors say they're noticing some serious consequences as a result.
40 Years Later: Police Solve Baltimore County Teen’s Cold Case MurderForty years after the murder of a Halethorpe teen, Baltimore County police have identified her killer.
Baltimore City Cancels New Year's Eve Fireworks ShowThe city announced Wednesday that it's canceling its New Year's Eve Spectacular for the second year in a row.
Johnny O, Mayor Scott Bet Crabcakes on Mervo Vs. Dundalk GameWe like to bet here in Maryland, so Mayor Scott and Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski set up a friendly wager on the Thursday game.
'He Would Want Us To Go To States': Mervo HS Heads To State Championship After Teammate Dies From Traumatic InjuryDundalk High School and Mervo High School will compete against each other in the State Championship Football game Thursday.
Murder Trial Begins For Keith Smith, Man Who Claimed Baltimore Panhandler Killed His WifeExactly three years to the day after an engineer was stabbed and killed in East Baltimore, the murder trial against her husband begins.
Baltimore County Officer Fired Shot After Driver Of Stolen Car Tried To Flee, Police SayThe driver of a stolen car struck a police vehicle multiple times while trying to flee a traffic stop before another officer opened fire Tuesday night, police said.
Maryland Surpasses 1 Million COVID-19 Booster Shots, Gov. Hogan SaysMaryland has given out over 1 million booster doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday.
Community Says Farewell At Funeral Of Evelyn Player, Slain Church EmployeeA beautiful farewell on Wednesday as family members and friends filled a Baltimore church with praises, prayers and memories to celebrate and remember Evelyn Player.
Bob Turk Has Your Wednesday Evening ForecastBob Turk Has Your Wednesday Evening Forecast
East Baltimore Historic Library Opens In Eager ParkThe library is a place for residents and visitors to learn the history of the community
Frosh Warns Hogan About Lack Of Funding For State Program Overseeing Drinking WaterAttorney General Brian Frosh is calling on Gov. Larry Hogan to provide more funding for the Maryland Department of the Environment program tasked with keeping the state's drinking water supply safe.

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