Three Injured, One Killed In East Baltimore Mass ShootingA man died and three people were injured after a mass shooting Tuesday afternoon in East Baltimore, police said.
4 Adults And 1 Juvenile Shot In Northwest Baltimore, Police SayFive people were shot in Northwest Baltimore on Tuesday night, marking the second mass shooting in the city within eight hours.
Lone Star Tick Could Cause Unique Allergy To MeatA bite from a tick could cause a lifetime allergic reaction—including a reaction to red meat.
Supply Chain Issues Are Contributing To Rising PricesPrices are soaring and some items are not in stock. That's because the main ingredients for some items are affecting food prices.
A New Deadly Bird Flu Variant Has Arrived In MarylandThere are concerns across the country tonight about a very contagious and deadly variant of Bird Flu called H5N1.
Maryland Ships Life-Saving Supplies To UkraineMaryland is donating its excess of medical supplies—485,000 bandages and other items—to Ukraine. Meanwhile, the Maryland State Police is donating body armor to the country.
City Health Commissioner Concerned About Rise In COVID Cases In BaltimoreBaltimore's health commissioner is recommending that face masks be worn indoors in public settings.
Baltimore Plant Tries To Hide Evidence Of COVID DebacleA Baltimore plant that contaminated hundreds of millions of doses of a COVID vaccine tried to conceal evidence of the debacle from regulators
2021 Death Of 1-Year-Old Upgraded To Homicide, Police SayThe 2021 death of a 1-year-old baby has been changed to a homicide following an autopsy and toxicology test, Baltimore police said.
Baltimore City Public Schools Names Commodore John Rodgers' Berol Dewdney Teacher Of The YearBaltimore City Public Schools on Tuesday named Berol Dewdney its Teacher of the Year, recognizing her passion, dedication and ability to persevere through the last two years of COVID-19—a challenging time for teachers, to say the least.
Three Injured, One Killed In East Baltimore Mass ShootingA man died and three people were injured after a mass shooting Tuesday afternoon in East Baltimore, police said.
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Three Injured, One Killed In East Baltimore Mass ShootingA man died and three people were injured after a mass shooting Tuesday afternoon in East Baltimore, police said.
Almost 400M COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Destroyed At Emergent BioSolutions Baltimore Facility, Report FindsA new congressional report shows Baltimore biotech company Emergent BioSolutions ruined many more COVID-19 doses were ruined than previously reported, and there were possibly attempts to try to hide that amount.
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Meteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Tuesday Morning ForecastFirst Alert Meteorologist Meg McNamara looks at the forecast for the morning of Tuesday, May 10.
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Body Camera Footage Release Delayed In Fatal Shooting Of Man By Harford County DeputiesThe Independent Investigations Division of the AG's office, which is tasked with investigating fatal police shootings in Maryland, is delaying the release to "carry out an appropriately thorough investigation and conduct untainted interviews."
Bob Turk Has Your Monday Night ForecastBob Turk Has Your Monday Night Forecast
Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Modelers Do Not Anticipate Big 'Wave,' Despite UptickCOVID-19 cases continue to pile up in Maryland and the state’s positivity rate hovers above 6%. But even as cases rise, the risk of serious illness remains low.
Reward Announced For Information In Jan. Death Of Woman Shot In Catonsville Parking LotBaltimore County Police announced a $2,000 reward Monday for information on the death of a woman who was shot in a Catonsville parking lot in January.
Maryland Braces For A New Wave Of COVID-19 InfectionsThe new number of COVID-19 cases reported across the state on Monday is the highest it's been since January, and there are more than 250 hospitalizations for the first time since early March, according to data from the Maryland Department of Health.
A New COVID-19 Wave Could Sweep Across The Country This FallThe new number of COVID-19 cases reported across the state on Monday is the highest it's been since January, and there are more than 250 hospitalizations for the first time since early March, according to data from the Maryland Department of Health.

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