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Baltimore Public Works Dept. Shifts Recycling Collection To Bi-Weekly ScheduleThe Baltimore City Department of Public Works is shifting its recycling pickup schedule to bi-weekly temporarily due to COVID-19.
One Person Killed In House Fire In Frederick CountyAuthorities say one person was killed in a house fire Wednesday evening in Frederick County.
Investigation Into Baltimore Police's Gun Trace Task Force Wraps UpAn independent investigation into the Baltimore Police Department's Gun Trace Task Force has wrapped up, with investigators releasing a 515-page report detailing how widespread corruption carried on for years unnoticed.
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Meg McNamara Has Your Wednesday Morning ForecastMeg McNamara Has Your Wednesday Morning Forecast
Police Investigating Shooting Death Of Towson StudentBaltimore County police are investigating the homicide of a Towson University student.
Maryland Legislative Session Begins WednesdayThe Maryland General Assembly is kicking off its 90-day legislative session on Wednesday.
Bowie Police Need Help Naming New K-9Are you good at coming up with names for dogs? Then maybe you can help out the Bowie Police Department.
WJZ's Black History Oratory Competition Is UnderwayCalling all students, we're looking for the best up-and-coming orators. The deadline to submit your entry is Jan. 25.
WJZ Morning News & Weather: Jan. 11, 2022The latest headlines and weather from WJZ.
Baltimore Police Officer Keona Holley Being Laid To RestA funeral is being held Tuesday for Keona Holley, the Baltimore police officer who died last month after she was shot in the line of duty.
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Poll Finds Most Marylanders Approve Of Hogan's PerformanceA new poll from Gonzales Polls findings the majority of Marylanders approve of Gov. Larry Hogan's job performance.
Smash-And-Grab ATM Theft Reported In Federal HillA Federal Hill business was targeted in a smash-and-grab ATM theft Monday morning.

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