The bodies of the three Baltimore City firefighters who died in the line of duty on Monday have been transferred to funeral homes in Harford and Baltimore counties.

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WJZ's Furever Friend: CheyenneThis week’s WJZ Furever Friend is Cheyenne. She is a 5-year-old chihuaua mix who weighs about 10 pounds. Cheyenne came to the rescue when her owner died recently. Even though it's a very sad situation, she has adjusted well and is a happy girl. All she wants is to be with people, give kisses, and quietly hang out. She is now available for adoption through Animal Allies Rescue Foundation.
Concessions Workers At Camden Yards Are Fighting For Better PayConcession workers say they’ve been struggling to make ends meet the last two seasons because of the pandemic and the rising cost of living.
U.S. Naval Academy Maintains Freshman TraditionIt took three hours and 37 minutes to remove the hat from a slippery monument.
U.S. Naval Academy Maintains Freshman TraditionIt took three hours and 37 minutes to remove the hat from a slippery monument.
Hogan Calls On Franchot To 'Halt Or Minimalize' Pending Gas Tax Increase; Comptroller Says Executive Action Is NeededIn a letter to Comptroller Peter Franchot on Monday, Gov. Larry Hogan called for the state's CFO to "halt or minimalize" the impact of a forthcoming increase in the state's gas tax, saying the price bump is "unconscionable" amid record prices and steep inflation.
SAO Mosby Must Disclose Expert Witnesses By July 1stLawyers for state’s attorney Marilyn Mosby and the government again argued over scheduling in the criminal case against her during a public hearing plagued with audio problems that was largely unintelligible.
Dunkin Donuts To Donate To Johns Hopkins Children's CenterThis Wednesday $1 from every purchase of an iced coffee will be given to two deserving recipients.
Bob Turk Has Your Monday Evening ForecastBob Turk Has Your Monday Evening Forecast
Maryland's Sen. Van Hollen Returns Home After Minor StrokeU.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen is home again after suffering a minor stroke, tweeting Sunday that it was great to be home “after a long week.”
Marilyn Mosby's Trial Still On Track For Sept. 19, According To Amended Schedule Filed MondayLawyers for Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby and the government again argued over scheduling in the criminal case against her during a public hearing plagued with audio problems that was largely unintelligible.
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Omicron Variant Hit Massachusetts Harder Than Delta Variant, Study FindsA new study has found that the COVID-19 Omicron variant hit Massachusetts harder than the Delta variant. Researchers have also found that children who grow up with a dog or a large family have better gut health than those without.
Ravens Legend Ray Lewis Makes Surprise Visit To Children's Center With DonationFormer Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis took second place in the CBS hit reality series "Beyond The Edge." And the patients at Johns Hopkins Children's Center were pleasantly surprised when Lewis stopped by to drop off the check he won on their behalf.
Naval Academy Plebes Climbing Herndon MonumentIt's an annual tradition in Annapolis: dozens of Naval Academy plebes on Monday teamed up to scale the Herndon Monument.
Jury Selection Begins In Trial Of Man Charged With Dante Barksdale’s MurderJury selection began Monday in the trial of Garrick Powell, a 29-year-old Baltimore man charged in the murder of Safe Streets advocate Dante Barksdale.
Bus Driver Served To Avoid Collision Before Rollover Crash, Troopers SayA bus driver was swerving to avoid a collision Sunday morning when the bus rolled over on Interstate 95 in Baltimore County, authorities said.
Where's Marty? Seeing How The Animals Are Fed At The Maryland ZooMarty Bass offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the Maryland Zoo of what goes into feeding all of the zoo's animals.
Over 814,000 Marylanders Traveling Over Memorial Day Weekend, AAA PredictsAAA predicts more than 814,000 Marylanders will travel over Memorial Day Weekend, most of them by car.
Baltimore's Horseshoe Casino Hiring Full-Time WorkersHorseshoe Casino in Baltimore is hosting two large-scale hiring events this week. There's a wide range of opportunities available, including some for those seeking full-time employment.
Where's Marty? Seeing How Animals Are Fed At The Maryland ZooMarty Bass goes behind the scenes at The Maryland Zoo to see how its animals are fed in this edition of "Where's Marty?"
27 Hurt In Rollover Bus Crash In Baltimore CountyState troopers are investigating a rollover bus crash in Baltimore County over the weekend that left more than two dozen people hurt.
Boy, 10, Among Several Shot In Baltimore Over The WeekendA 10-year-old boy is among Baltimore's latest shooting victims.
3-Dose Pfizer Vaccine Protects Children Under 5 From COVID-19, Company SaysThree child-size doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine appeared to be safe and showed a strong immune response in children ages 6 months to 5 years, the companies said Monday.

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