Man Injured In East Baltimore Shooting Late Monday NightPolice are investigating a shooting that left a man injured in east Baltimore late Monday night.
HealthWatch: Kidney Stones, Weak Bones May Be LinkedThere may be a link between kidney stones and weak bones.
Former Baltimore Orioles Manager Joe Altobelli DiesFormer Baltimore Orioles Manager Joe Altobelli Dies
COVID-19 In Maryland: March 3, 2021 (Noon Update)COVID-19 In Maryland: March 3, 2021 (Noon Update)
Firefighter Injured After Roof Collapses During Blaze At Odenton Motel 6An Anne Arundel County firefighter was injured after a fire broke out at an Odenton motel fire Monday evening.
Baltimore County Police Arrest Suspect In Connection To Shooting In ParkvilleBaltimore County Police have arrested a suspect in connection to a shooting in Parkville in February.
Bill Would Allow Maryland Students To Enroll In Tuition-Free, Public Virtual SchoolAs some Maryland students begin to head back to the classroom nearly a year after the COVID-19 pandemic began, some state lawmakers have introduced legislation that would give students the option to take part in a full-time online public school program.
Capitol Heights Man Pleads Guilty To Manufacturing, Passing Counterfeit CurrencyA Capitol Heights man pleaded guilty Tuesday to manufacturing and passing counterfeit currency.
National Guard Protecting U.S. Capitol Served 'Raw, Moldy Food,' Some With Metal Shavings, Lawmakers SayBipartisan lawmakers sent a letter to the chief of the National Guard Tuesday with complaints about the food being served to members of Michigan's National Guard while they were stationed at the U.S. Capitol. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Critically Injured In Windsor Mill Shooting Monday Night, Baltimore County Police SayBaltimore County Police are investigating a shooting in Windsor Mill that left one man critically injured Monday night.
Man Charged With Attempted Murder For Allegedly Shooting Family Member During Dispute, Police SayPolice have arrested a 23-year-old Baltimore man for allegedly shooting a family member during a dispute last month.
March 5 Marks 1 Year Since First COVID Cases Reported In MarylandFriday, March 5 will mark one year since the first COVID cases were reported in Maryland. Katie Johnston reports.
Security Heightened In DC Due To QAnon Conspiracy Theory About March 4U.S. Capitol Police are increasing security in Washington D.C. over a "concerning" far right-wing conspiracy theory that could bring more protesters downtown. Katie Johnston reports.
WJZ Morning News & Weather Update: March 3, 2021WJZ Morning News & Weather Update: March 3, 2021
Weather Blog: A Little Warm UpEnjoy Wednesdays near-60 degrees weather.
Wednesday Morning Weather With Marty BassSunny and milder today. High temperatures will be in the upper 50's.
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Baltimore Buzz: Walters Art Museum ReopeningWhat's trending in Baltimore.
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Canton Residents Stringing Lights Along Dark Streets In Hopes Of Deterring CrimeNeighbors in Canton are stringing cafe lights along dark streets all in hopes of deterring crime.
More Midshipmen Moved To Annapolis Hotel Due To Uptick In Positive COVID-19 Cases, U.S. Naval Academy SaysNearly 100 midshipmen were moved to the Graduate Hotel in downtown Annapolis Tuesday in an effort to provide more quarantine/isolation space in the Naval Academy dormitory, officials said.
Health Officials Detect Elevated COVID-19 Levels In Wastewater Samples From Latrobe HomesAn early warning system to detect COVID-19 in wastewater samples in some Baltimore communities is working.
O's Excited To Welcome Fans To Spring Training After Absence Caused By PandemicOrioles fans are flocking to Sarasota, Florida to see their team in Spring Training.
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