Watch out cat filters and upside down congressmen, a new Zoom snafu happened right here in Maryland.
Maryland Authorizes Pfizer Booster Shots For Eligible AdultsThose eligible include everyone age 65 and older, adults with underlying conditions, adults in congregate living facilities, and adults at increased risk because of their job.
Baltimore Buzz: A New Lamar Jackson BobbleheadPlus other trending topics on Purple Friday.
Off-Duty Bethesda Officer Helps Woman, Teen After Car Crashes Into TreeThe mother and child were taken to the hospital. They are expected to be OK.
Ocean City Prepares For H20i Car RallyThe H20i car rally last YEAR in Ocean City led to more than 100 arrests and over 300 cars towed.
Artist Carlos Alberto Garcia-Hernandez Discusses His Mural In Little ItalyThe mural draws elements from Romes' Trevi Fountain and includes an Oriole bird and raven. The neighborhood is holding a ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil the mural on Sunday.
Prices For Groceries Are Going Up Across The BoardCOVID is the driving force behind the price increases.
Pumpkin Spice Fever ReturnsResearchers at Johns Hopkins University explain why the flavor is so popular.
New Disinfecting Robots Help Keep Classrooms Clean In Prince George's CountyThe robot uses ultraviolet light to kill viruses and bacteria.
Baltimore City Public Schools Announce Plans To Help Students Who Struggled With Online LearningStudents will be able to receive extra tutoring during after-school activities.
Ribbon-Cutting For New Little Italy Mural To Be Held SundayWhile the Little Italy Madonnari Arts Festival is cancelled this year, the neighborhood is celebrating a new mural by Carlos Alberto Garcia-Hernandez on Sunday.
CBP Officers At BWI Marshall Seizing Marijuana, Unreported CashOfficers have reportedly seized marijuana from travelers coming to the U.S. Possessing marijuana is still a federal crime.
Meteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Friday Evening ForecastMeteorologist Meg McNamara looks at the weather for the night of Friday, Sept. 24.
Health Department Distributing Reusable Bags Ahead Of Plastic Bag BanOne week today a ban on plastic bags takes effect in Baltimore City.
Attorney General Frosh Releases Statement On Haitian Migrants.The Biden administration is facing criticism after photos emerged showing Haitian migrants being mistreated by border agents on horseback.
Pedestrian Who Left Rideshare Struck And Killed On JFX OvernightMaryland State Police said the pedestrian, identified as 26-year-old Gleb Volkov of New York City, was walking across the road from the median and was struck by a car traveling south in the left lane.
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Prince George's County Officer Pointed Gun At Driver In Annapolis Road Rage Incident, Police SayA Prince George's County officer was charged and removed from duty after he was accused of pointing his department-issued gun at another driver, authorities said Thursday.
Grand Jury Indicts Three Men In Murder Of 8-Year-Old PJ EvansEach suspect faces charges from first degree murder to conspiracy and other counts
Ravens Player Tests Positive For COVID-19, Reports SayAt least one Ravens player on the 53-man roster has tested positive for COVID-19, reports say.
COVID-19 In Maryland: September 24, 2021The latest on coronavirus in Maryland
Maryland OKs COVID-19 Booster Shots For ‘Anyone Who Needs One’Calling federal approval of COVID-19 booster shots “long overdue,” Gov. Larry Hogan on Friday said Maryland will make the shots available immediately to any residents who need them.
Man Dies After Being Shot Multiple Times In BaltimoreA man died after he was shot multiple times in southwest Baltimore Friday morning, Baltimore Police said. Katie Johnston reports.
WJZ Morning News And Weather: September 24, 2021The latest news and weather from WJZ