Baltimore Volunteers Support U.S. Troops With Care Packages
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Witness Describes Violent Carjacking That Injured Baltimore Trauma DoctorA witness to a violent carjacking that injured a trauma doctor on Friday is speaking out.
Two People Arrested For Allegedly Killing A Man In DundalkBaltimore County Police announced Saturday that they arrested two people who allegedly shot and killed a man in Dundalk.
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Man Shot Outside West Baltimore Corner Store On SaturdayDetectives are investigating a shooting that occurred outside of the New York Fried Chicken in West Baltimore on Saturday, according to authorities.
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Johns Hopkins Surgeon Shot In Attempted Carjacking In BaltimoreA Johns Hopkins doctor was hospitalized Friday morning after he was shot in an attempted carjacking in Northeast Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Medicine said.
Lamar Jackson Scooters Around Morgan State, Apprentices At Chick-fil-AMorgan State University students got a big surprise on campus Friday.
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Impact of Baltimore Violence: Repeat Offenders Being Charged In Killings, Carjackings Soar More Than 60 PercentBaltimore police are dealing with a rise in carjackings and shootings.
Johns Hopkins Doctor, 38, Shot In Attempted Carjacking In BaltimoreA Johns Hopkins doctor was hospitalized Friday morning after he was shot in an attempted carjacking in Northeast Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Medicine said.
Johns Hopkins Doctor Wounded In Northeast Baltimore ShootingA Johns Hopkins doctor was hospitalized Friday morning after he was shot in Northeast Baltimore, WJZ has learned.
Columbia Named No. 7 Best Place To Live In The U.S.Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: Columbia is one of the best places in the country to live.
Sens. Cardin And Van Hollen Tout $1.5M Investment In Three West Baltimore ProjectsSens. Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen appeared in West Baltimore on Friday to tout $1.5 million in federal funding for three community projects.
Maryland Voters Will Decide On Recreational Marijuana Legalization This YearMaryland lawmakers on Friday approved House Bill 1, which establishes the ballot referendum to legalize recreational marijuana for adult use, effective July 1, 2023.
Hogan, Ferguson And Jones Sign $1.86B Tax Cut Package Into LawMarylanders are due to receive $1.86 billion in savings after Gov. Larry Hogan, House Speaker Adrienne Jones and Senate President Bill Ferguson signed into law a package of tax cuts, including a bill that eliminates the income tax for most retirees in the state.
Federal Prosecutors Oppose Motion To Delay Marilyn Mosby’s TrialEight weeks after Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby called for her federal trial to begin immediately, her defense is now asking that it be delayed until September.
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Maryland Judge Defers Decision On New Congressional MapThe map ruled unconstitutional last week was the first map drawn by Democrats to be struck down by a court this redistricting cycle.
Burlington Donates $5K To William Paca/Old Post Road Elementary In AbingdonA brand-new Burlington store in Bel Air is celebrating its new location by giving back, donating $5,000 to William Paca/Old Post Road Elementary School.
Johns Hopkins Doctor, 38, Wounded In Northeast Baltimore ShootingA Johns Hopkins doctor was hospitalized Friday morning after he was shot in Northeast Baltimore, WJZ has learned.
Marty Bass Has Your Friday Afternoon ForecastMarty Bass looks at the afternoon weather for Friday, April 1.
HealthWatch: U.S. Reaches New Record Low Of Weekly COVID-19 Deaths In Nursing HomesThe CDC said there were 67 COVID-19 deaths among residents last week. The previous pandemic low was last June.
1914 Rookie Card Of Babe Ruth Headlines New Exhibit At The Baltimore MuseumThe exhibit opens April 15.