WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 8-14-19

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O's Celebrate Hunter Harvey's First Big League VictoryThe O's ended their eight-game losing streak with a victory over the Kansas City Royals at Camden Yards on Tuesday night. 
Tips Help Police Identify Walmart Theft SuspectsCharges are pending against two people caught on camera stealing two shopping carts full of items from a Harford County Walmart. 
Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Wednesday Evening ForecastBob Turk Has A Look At Your Wednesday Evening Forecast
Baltimoreans Tried Popeye's Chicken Sandwich. Reaction Was MixedThe verdict is out -- most Baltimoreans are eager to try Popeye's new chicken sandwich but think there are better options in the city.
Police Investigating Two 7-Eleven Robberies In Anne Arundel CountyPolice are investigating two separate armed robberies of 7-Elevens in Anne Arundel County overnight.
Court Blocks Natural Gas Pipeline Construction In MarylandThe United States District Court of Maryland blocked construction of a pipeline under state-owned land in western Maryland on Wednesday, agreeing with Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh that the pipeline company was not allowed to move forward with it.
Woman Accused Of Suffocating Newborn Boy In Plastic Bag Released On BondMoira Akers, accused of suffocating her newborn boy in a zipped plastic bag after her home birth, has been released on bond.
Three Men Arrested In Howard County Undercover Prostitution StingPolice conducted an undercover operation Tuesday and caught the would-be johns for soliciting prostitution at a hotel in the 6700 block of Dorsey Road in Elkridge.
White Marsh Chick-Fil-A Holds Safety DayThe Chick-Fil-A restaurant in White Marsh took part in the chain's safety day Wednesday, encouraging students to be safe as the head back to school in a few weeks.

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Thistle Road Reopens Nearly 15 Months After Major FloodingNearly 15 months after floodwaters wiped out parts of Thistle Road in western Baltimore County, traffic is once again flowing on the two-lane road near Catonsville.
Gov. Hogan, Mayor Young Set To Meet Later This Week To Address Baltimore CrimeGov. Larry Hogan, Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young and Police Commissioner Michael Harrison will meet Friday to talk about the city's out-of-control crime.
Dawnta Harris Sentenced To Life In Prison In Ofc. Amy Caprio's DeathDawnta Harris, the teen convicted in the murder of Baltimore County Police Officer Amy Caprio was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday.
Lightning Strike Causes House Fire In MechanicsvilleA lightning strike caused a fire at a home in Mechanicsville Tuesday evening.
Peter Franchot, Maryland Comptroller, Considering 2022 Gubernatorial BidMaryland Comptroller Peter Franchot, who served in the House of Delegates before running for Comptroller, says he's "strongly considering" running for governor in 2022.
M&T Bank Stadium Adds Two New 'Hometown Favorite' Menu ItemsFootball season is back, and as Ravens fans return to M&T Bank Stadium this fall they will have two new food options to try.
Man Sentenced To Life In Prison For Shooting Spree, Police ChaseThe Baltimore man found guilty of committing a deadly shooting spree and leading police on a chase through west Baltimore in late 2017 was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison without parole, as well as a second consecutive life sentence plus 60 additional years behind bars.
California Woman Charged After Allegedly Biting, Kicking Officers At BWIA 31-year-old Sacramento woman was arrested and charged with assault Sunday after an incident at Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall Airport.
Maryland Ranked No. 27 On Travel Site's Friendliest States ListBig 7 Travel ranked the friendliest states in America and Maryland ranked no. 27 on the list.
Campaign Urges Drivers, Pedestrians To 'Look Up, Look Out' This Back-to-School SeasonAs students get ready to head back to school, educators and highway administrators are teaming up to deliver a safety message to kids, parents and drivers.
Shriners Parade, Orioles Game To Cause Significant Traffic Delays In Downtown Baltimore WednesdayDowntown commuters may experience delays and road closures during the Wednesday night rush hour due to the Shriners parade.
WATCH: Baltimore Police Sgt. Isaac Carrington Released From Shock TraumaBaltimore Police Department Sergeant Isaac Carrington has been released from the hospital after being shot earlier this month.
Thistle Road Washout Drone VideoVideo from the Baltimore County Department of Public Works shows the damage left behind from flooding along Thistle Road near Ellicott City in May 2018.
D.C.'s XFL Team Nickname Revealed As The Defenders Ahead Of 2020 Inaugural SeasonThe XFL revealed the names and logos for its teams Wednesday, including Washington D.C.'s squad, as the league prepares for its February 2020 debut. Katie Johnston reports.
Trial Begins For Baltimore City Police Officer Michael O'SullivanA Baltimore city police officer is on trial for perjury and misconduct in office.
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Bald Eagles To Be Released After Being Nursed Back To HealthThe Wildlife Center of Virginia plans to release three bald eagles into the wild this week after they were nursed back to health. Katie Johnston reports.
Va. Bald Eagles To Be Released After Being Nursed Back To HealthThe Wildlife Center of Virginia plans to release three bald eagles into the wild this week after they were nursed back to health.
Woman Killed In Howard County CrashHoward County police are investigating a fatal collision that happened Tuesday night in Marriottsville.

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