Man Charged For Allegedly Hosting Party In Violation Of Emergency Order, Supplying Alcohol To Teens At HotelA Baltimore County man has been charged after allegedly supplying alcohol to a group of teenagers who were partying at a hotel in Westminster in violation of a state order barring large groups due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Amazon Fulfillment Center Employee In Baltimore Tests Positive For CoronavirusAn employee at the Amazon fulfillment center in southeast Baltimore tested positive for coronavirus, the company said Monday night.
Coronavirus Spreads Through Carroll County Nursing Home, Killing 2 PatientsTwo coronavirus-related deaths have now been reported at a Carroll County nursing home, officials said Monday evening.
Maryland's Coronavirus-Related 'Stay At Home' Order Takes Effect Monday NightThe order takes effect at 8 p.m. Monday but people will still be allowed to leave their homes to get groceries and medicine.
Famous Marylanders Donate Hundreds Of Masks To Medical Professionals Amid Coronavirus PandemicEven from Los Angeles, fashion designer and Baltimore native Bishme Cromartie is doing what he can to help healthcare staff on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
Bel Air Neighborhood Develops Special Bond With Postal WorkerEvery weekday afternoon in Bel Air, packages come and go but it’s what’s incoming from USPS that has excited the entire Country Walk neighborhood.
Baltimore Buzz: Here's What's Buzzing In BaltimoreRick, Nicole and Denise share what's buzzing in Baltimore.
Chelsea Ingram Has A Look At Your Monday Evening ForecastExpect a couple more days in the 50s before temperatures warm up a bit into the end of the week.
Police-Involved Shooting Reported In East BaltimoreBaltimore police are on the scene of an officer-involved shooting in east Baltimore, the police officers' union said Monday evening.
Maryland Gas Prices Drop Due To CoronavirusLow demand for oil thanks in part to the coronavirus has resulted in gas prices across Maryland being some of the lowest residents have seen in years.
Second Coronavirus Death Reported At Carroll County Nursing HomeThere are now 77 residents of a nursing home in Carroll County that have tested positive for COVID-19, and 27 members of the staff are also experiencing symptoms.
Maryland Police Respond To Hundreds Of Calls Reporting People Violating Emergency Social Distancing OrdersState and local police have responded to more than 300 calls reporting businesses and individuals not complying with an emergency order limiting the size of gatherings due to the coronavirus.
Johns Hopkins Bayview Holding Emergency Blood DriveBlood donations across the country have plummeted due to the coronavirus.
'Entertainment Tonight' Returns After Coronavirus Forced It To Shut Down"Entertainment Tonight" is back after production was shut down due to the coronavirus.
First Responders Living With New Protocols Due To CoronavirusThe coronavirus pandemic has sparked new policies for the Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company.
Volunteers Sewing Masks For Those In Need Amid Coronavirus PandemicVolunteers are sewing masks for those in need amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Girl Scouts Now Selling Cookies Online Due To CoronavirusCraving some Thin Mints? You can still get them even though social distancing requirements are in place.
Here's What's Being Done To Help Those With Disabilities Amid The Coronavirus PandemicHere's what's being done to help those with disabilities amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Baltimore Public Works Officials Warn Of Coronavirus-Related Water Filter ScamOfficials are warning people to be vigilant as scammers are making the rounds with multiple coronavirus-related schemes.
National Aquarium Furloughing Around 100 Workers Due To CoronavirusThe National Aquarium in Baltimore had to furlough 100 employees after it decided to close for six weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic. It also had to reduce the salary of employees that remain.
Bail Denied For Maryland Man Accused Of Hosting Large Gathering In Violation Of Emergency OrderA Charles County man is held without bond after he was arrested Friday for violating Gov. Hogan's emergency order which prohibits planned gatherings of 10 or more people amid the coronavirus pandemic.
National Guard, First Responders On Scene Of Nursing Home With Multiple Coronavirus CasesWJZ is working to learn more about the response.
Coronavirus Cases In Maryland Climb To More Than 1,400As of Monday, 1,413 Marylanders have confirmed cases of coronavirus.
Meteorologist Tim Williams Has Your Monday Afternoon ForecastA look at the forecast in Baltimore.

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