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Bob Turk Has One Last Look At Your Monday Night ForecastIt will be mostly sunny but brisk on Tuesday.
Fighting To Be Heard: Maryland Man Talks About His Struggle With A StutterFive to 10% of all children will stutter at one time. For some, it lasts a few weeks or years. For others, it’s a lifetime where they often face ridicule, prejudice and misunderstanding.
7 Years After Disappearance, DC Police Still Searching For Relisha RuddOn the seventh anniversary of her disappearance, police in the nation's capital spread pamphlets calling for information in the case of Relisha Rudd.
One Dead, Two Hospitalized In Pedestrian Crash At Mondawmin MallOne man was killed and another was hospitalized after being hit by a vehicle at Mondawmin Mall in west Baltimore Monday afternoon, city police said. The driver of the vehicle was also hospitalized.
12-Year-Old Boy Injured In NE Baltimore ShootingA 12-year-old boy was injured in a shooting in northeast Baltimore Monday evening, city police said.
Naval Academy Increase COVID-19 Safety Measures Due To Uptick In Positive CasesThe U.S. Naval Academy is tightening some of its COVID-19 mitigation measures starting immediately after an uptick in positive cases within the Brigade of Midshipmen, they announced Sunday evening.
Baltimore Strip Club Owner Sues City Over COVID-19 Restrictions On Adult Entertainment VenuesA Baltimore strip club is suing the mayor and city council over the city's ban on adult entertainment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Baltimore Convention Center Field Hospital To Vaccinate Most Vulnerable PopulationsThe Baltimore Convention Center Field Hospital is launching a pilot program to vaccinate the city's most vulnerable populations.
COVID-19 Pandemic May Permanently Change Maryland's Oyster Industry, Company Leaders SayThe oyster industry in Maryland may never be the same again, according to company leaders.
Baltimore Buzz: Maryland Zoo Helping With New Conservation EffortsRick and Nicole share what's buzzing in Baltimore.
Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Monday Evening ForecastIt will be windy and cold overnight.
Annapolis Restaurant Week Kicks Off March 20Annapolis Restaurant Week Kicks Off March 20
Man Arrested For Allegedly Displaying Gun During Bar Fight At Cancun Cantina, Police SayA 31-year-old Pasadena man was arrested early Saturday morning after police said he lifted his shirt and displayed a handgun during a bar fight at Cancun Cantina in Hanover.
Officials Seize Website Claiming To Sell COVID-19 Treatment Drug RemdesivirOfficials have seized another website purporting to sell a drug used to treat COVID-19, the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Maryland said Monday.
Fatal Crash At Mondawmin Mall Under InvestigationOne person was killed and another person was hospitalized after being hit by a vehicle at Mondawmin Mall in west Baltimore Monday afternoon, city police said.
BARCS Takes Part In Tour For Life Adoption Event; Free Adoptions This WeekNow may be a great time to bring home a new furry friend from BARCS!
Nefertiti Griffin Wins WJZ Black History Oratory Competition 2021WJZ was proud to air the Black History Oratory Competition Saturday where 18 students from across the state gave powerful speeches based on quotes from significant figures in Black History.
DC Cherry Blossom Peak Bloom Predicted For April 2-5The National Mall National Park Service is projecting cherry blossom peak bloom will fall between April 2 to April 5.
Maryland To Get Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Doses This WeekMaryland will receive over 49,000 doses of the third COVID-19 vaccine this week, made by Johnson & Johnson.
Mezcal Mexican Restaurant & Bar Operator Pays More Than $500K After Withholding TipsA Maryland restaurant operator recently paid more than $500,000 in back wages, damages and penalties after a federal court judgement found it withheld tips and violated wage agreements.
Some Maryland Students Head Back To Classroom As Hybrid In-Person Learning BeginsIt was back to school -- in person -- for many Maryland students Monday as hybrid learning begins across most districts.
WEB EXTRA: More On The Film 'My Beautiful Stutter'Maryland filmmaker Ryan Gielen talks about "My Beautiful Stutter."
WEB EXTRA: WJZ Director Tony Scafide Talks About Living With A StutterWJZ Director Tony Scafide talks about overcoming his stutter.
Orioles' Trey Mancini's Family Emotional Following First Baseman's Return To BaseballBaltimore Orioles first baseman Trey Mancini is playing baseball again after a yearlong battle with colon cancer, and his return has made national headlines.

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