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Monday Morning Weather With Marty BassClouds and sun around with a chance for some light showers in some areas. High temperatures in the upper 70's.
Mental Health Professionals Are Answering Police Calls In Anne Arundel County MarylandThe Crisis Intervention Team is helping to answer some police calls in Maryland.
It's Black-Eyed Susan DayThe day before the Preakness is Black-eyed Susan Day
2 Attacks Caught On Camera Leaves Baltimore Community On EdgeTwo brutal attacks caught on camera, just hours apart and only a few blocks from each other.
Midnight Bourbon, Concert Tour Are Top Preakness ChallengersMidnight Bourdon hopes to take a path to the winner's circle at the Preakness that has successfully been run before — 30 years ago.
Marine Corps Officer Arrested For Assault In Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol RiotAn active-duty Marine Corps officer seen on camera scuffling with a police officer and helping other members of the pro-Trump mob force their way into the Capitol on Jan. 6 has been charged in the riot, federal prosecutors said Thursday.
Judge Rejects Plea Deal For Darknet Child Porn PurveyorA federal judge rejected a plea agreement on Wednesday that called for 15 to 21 years in prison for a man authorities described as the world's largest purveyor of child pornography.
Preakness Is 1st Horse Race To Make Digital Souvenir NFTsAnyone who has ever wanted a personal video copy of Secretariat's 1973 Preakness victory or a digital rendering of the race's Woodlawn Vase — and an actual 28-inch replica of the trophy to go with it — is in luck.
COVID-19 Protections Not Offered To Some Migrant Seafood WorkersFor thousands of miles and over two days in April, 59 workers from Mexico traveled together on a bus — despite the pandemic — to their legal, seasonal jobs as crabmeat pickers and seafood processors in Maryland's rural islands.
Michael Bloomberg Gives Hopkins $150M To Create Diversity STEM ProgramBillionaire Michael Bloomberg gave Johns Hopkins University $150 million to create initiative to diversify STEM program.
COVID-19 In Maryland: May 14, 2021 (AM Edition)The latest on coronavirus in Maryland.
Baltimore Officer Fires At Armed Robbery Suspect Who Was Driving Car Toward Him, Police SayA Baltimore city police officer fired twice at a suspect after the suspect drove at him head-on, police officials said late Thursday.
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Friday Morning Weather With Marty BassA mostly sunny and nice day, with high temperatures in the mid 70's.
WJZ Morning News & Weather Update: May 13, 2021The latest news and weather update
Baltimore City Councilman Zeke Cohen Arrested At CASA Protest In DCA Baltimore City councilman was arrested in Washington D.C.
COVID-19 In Maryland: May 13, 2021 (AM Update)The latest on coronavirus in Maryland.
Actress Phylicia Rashad Named Dean of Howard University's College of Fine ArtsActress Phylicia Rashad on Wednesday has been named the dean of the College of Fine Arts at Howard University following a national search.
Thursday Morning Weather With Marty BassMostly sunny and nice, with high temperatures in the low 70's.
Rocket Launch From Wallops Island Should Be Visible From Maryland, Eastern SeaboardAfter weather postponed it several times, a rocket launch from Wallops Island is expected Wednesday night and will be visible across the Eastern seaboard.
Businessman Mike Rosenbaum Running For Governor In MarylandBusinessman Mike Rosenbaum announced Tuesday that he's seeking the Democratic nomination for governor of Maryland.
COVID-19 In Maryland: May 12, 2021 (AM Edition)The latest on coronavirus in Maryland.
AAA Predicts Jump In Memorial Day Weekend TravelAAA expects an uptick in Memorial Day weekend travel and says it'll mostly be by car.
AAA Says Gas Prices May Go Up Due To Memorial Day Weekend And Colonial Pipeline HackAAA Mid-Atlantic is anticipating Maryland could see prices at the pump spike by up to 7 cents this week. Not only because of the hack, but also the higher summer demand.

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