Ravens, Former Raiders Wide Receiver Seth Roberts, Agree To One-Year Deal
The Baltimore Ravens have signed wide receiver Seth Roberts to a one-year deal, the team announced on Friday. Ken Molestina reports.

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10K Children Attended 12th Annual WJZ Weather Day At Camden YardsIt's another WJZ Weather Day and this year nearly 10,000 area children learned about the weather ahead of an Orioles game at Camden Yards.
Baltimore Delegation Request FBI Briefing On Baltimore Ransomware AttackU.S. Senators Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin and Representatives Elijah E. Cummings, Dutch Ruppersberger, and John Sarbanes requested a briefing Thursday from the FBI on the Baltimore ransomware attack once their investigation is completed.
2 Arrested In Severn Drug Bust With More Than $2K Worth Of Cocaine, Crack And HeroinTwo men were arrested in a drug bust in Anne Arundel County Wednesday. They had drugs worth more than $2,000 in street value.
Michelle Wilson No Longer Joining Baltimore Police DepartmentAfter Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison made an announcement about new police leaders Tuesday, the department now says one of the leaders announced will no longer be joining the department.
16-Year-Old Charged As Adult In Murder Of 17-Year-Old Berlin BoyA 16-year-old boy is in custody for the murder of a 17-year-old boy after the teen's body was found behind a Berlin apartment complex Wednesday evening.
DC Residents Warned Of 15-Week Metro ShutdownOfficials of the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Area Transit Authority say part of the transit train system is set to shut down for 15 weeks, affecting an estimated 17,000 riders per day.
ATF Announces Baltimore Program To Get Guns Off StreetsThe Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) launched a new program to curb gun violence in Baltimore City. The initiative, which began Monday, will target violent, repeat offenders.
62,000 Pounds Of Raw Meat Recalled, Just Days Before Memorial DayIf you’re planning on firing up the grill this Memorial Day weekend, you may want to double check your meat products before you get a very un-festive surprise. Matt Yurus reports.
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Ocean City Officials Warn About Counterfeit MoneyAuthorities in Ocean City warned businesses to look out for counterfeit cash ahead of memorial day weekend.
Coffee With: Weather DayWJZ's Tim Williams and Meg McNamara preview this year's Weather Day at Camden Yards.
Weather Blog: Thunderstorms In The ForecastI received the following from our weather partners at Accu-Weather this morning, "Any thunderstorm will have the potential to bring damaging wind gusts and hail.."
Marty Bass Thursday Morning WeatherA nice morning but thunderstorms are expected later in the afternoon.
New Scent Kit Helping Police Track Down Missing People FasterBloodhounds and search dogs are routinely called in when someone disappears, but the trail can go cold quickly. But a new kit could help police find missing people faster with a simple swab.
Parents Of UMD Student Who Died After Getting Adenovirus Take Steps Toward Legal Action Against SchoolThe UMD freshman died in November after the strain of adenovirus attacked her respiratory system. The virus sicked more than 40 students at College Park last fall- and Paregol believes the school is to blame.
District Asks In Survey If Baltimore County Public Schools Start After Labor DayIn the survey BCPS asks should schools start on August 26 or September 3?
Student Throws Unknown Substance While Graduating At Towson University's SECU ArenaA Towson University student threw an unknown during commencement at SECU Arena Wednesday, leading the university to call local officials to investigate out of an abundance of caution.
Coming Up Tonight On WJZComing up tonight on WJZ at 11, school start debates and steps being taken in response to Oliva Paregol's adenovirus death. All this coming up at 11.
Germantown Man Sentenced To Life In Prison On Multiple Rape ConvictionsMarlon Alexander was convicted in February 2019 for raping a 69-year-old woman in Germantown twice, once in 2010 and again in 2011.
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