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Bob Turk Has Your Wednesday Night ForecastBob Turk Has Your Wednesday Night Forecast
Harford County Deputies Won't Be Prosecuted In Fatal Shooting Of Man, Prosecutor Says; State Investigation OngoingThe Harford County State's Attorney will not seek criminal charges against deputies who shot and killed a 53-year-old man in Bel Air last April, according to the Harford County Sheriff's Office.
Man Charged With Dragging Baltimore Officer Had Nearly 20 Prior ArrestsA man who seriously injured a Baltimore Police sergeant Tuesday night has been arrested nearly 20 times before, and now some are asking why he wasn't already behind bars.
Crime Without Punishment: Homicide Clearance Rates Are Declining Across The US. Baltimore’s Is Down To 42%Baltimore has seen so much pain, with more than 1,500 people killed in the past five years. More than half of those killings remain unsolved.
Meteorologist Derek Beasley Has Your Wednesday Evening ForecastMeteorologist Derek Beasley Has Your Wednesday Evening Forecast
Gay Father Creates Nonprofit To Help More Same-Sex Couples Start Families Through AdoptionPart of the ongoing fight for equality for the LGBTQ+ community is the right to become parents. One local dad has made it his mission to help same-sex couples adopt. 
State Officials Urge Boating Safety On Fourth Of July WeekendNatural Resources Police urged residents to brush up on their boating safety before hitting the water this Fourth of July weekend.
Maryland State Police Step Up Impaired Driving Enforcement For Fourth Of July WeekendOfficials said the State Police Impaired Driving Reduction Effort or “SPIDRE” team will be out in full force, ready to get impaired drivers off the road.
Johns Hopkins Student Build Augmented Reality App To Take ClassThe app can help students build their confidence by completing lab assignments.
Star Spangled Celebration: A Preview Of Baltimore's Fourth Of July CelebrationAfter two years away, fireworks and festivities return to Baltimore's waterfront this Independence Day.
Crime Without Punishment: Homicide Clearance Rates Are Declining Across The US. Baltimore's Is Down To 42%Baltimore has seen so much pain, with more than 1,500 people killed in the past five years. More than half of those killings remain unsolved.
BPD Officer Dragged By Car 2 Blocks Is Now In Fair Condition; 36-Year-Old ChargedA Baltimore police sergeant who was dragged two blocks by a car Tuesday night following a traffic stop is out of surgery and in fair condition, Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said.
Meteorologist Derek Beasley Has Your Wednesday Evening ForecastMeteorologist Derek Beasley Has Your Wednesday Evening Forecast
Five Months Left In Grace Period For E-ZPass TollsThe grace period ends December 1.
Maryland Offering Additional Incentives To Employees Who Serve As Election JudgesState employees who serve as election judges will be awarded 16 hours of administrative leave for each day they volunteer.
Fire Breaks Out At Camp Airy For Boys In Thurmont, No Injuries ReportedAbout 100 firefighters and emergency personnel responded to a fire Wednesday morning in the dining hall at the Camp Airy for Boys in Thurmont, Md., according to Frederick County Fire and Rescue.
17-Year-Old Convicted Of Murder, Rape In 2018 Attack Of Elderly WomanA 17-year-old boy has been convicted of murder and rape in the 2018 attack of an elderly woman, Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby said.
Baltimore Police Officer Dragged By Vehicle, On Life Support At Shock TraumaA Baltimore police officer was struck by a vehicle and dragged down a street in Northwest Baltimore Tuesday, according to authorities.
Simulator Helps Researchers Envision Commercial Offshore Wind Farm In MarylandIt won't be long before offshore wind is powering homes in Maryland, but with so few examples of completed wind farms in the United States, it’s hard to fully imagine what a completed project will look like. 
Goucher Poll Finds Franchot, Moore, And Perez Tied In Maryland's Democratic Gubernatorial PrimaryWith Maryland's July primary election a few weeks out, three Democratic candidates for the state's highest elected office are running neck and neck, according to the results of a new poll.
Baltimore Police Investigating A Shooting In West BaltimoreWJZ's Chopper 13 filmed officers responding to a shooting on the westside of the city.
Baltimore City Councilmembers Pledge To Protect Women's Rights Following Supreme Court RulingThe Baltimore City Council pledged on Tuesday to protect the women residing in the city and across the country.
Baltimore Residents Express Distress Over Continuous Violent CrimesThe relentless pace of killings in Baltimore has not let up.
MTA Cuts Light Rail Schedule Due To Shortage Of Operators, Decreases In RidershipWeekday Light Rail schedules will be reduced starting next month due to a shortage in train operators and a decrease in ridership, the the Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration said.

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