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Dunkin', Starbucks Offering Free Coffee To NursesIt's National Nurses Day on Thursday, May 6 and to thank them for all their hard work, several businesses are offering deals and freebies.
Meet Maryland's Dance Teacher Of The YearJenny Mossburg was named Maryland's Dance Teacher of the year.
Baltimore County Public Library Reopening For Public BrowsingThe Baltimore County Public Library will reopen for limited, in-person browsing on Monday, May 17.
Baltimore County Reopening Senior Centers At Limited CapacityThe Baltimore County Department of Aging has announced Thursday plans to reopen senior centers after a 14-month hiatus.
City Restaurants, Taverns, Caterers Can Apply For Additional Financial SupportBaltimore city restaurants can apply for additional financial support.
Appeals Court Hears Challenge To Topless Ban At Ocean CityA topless ban at Ocean City, Maryland is back in court.
Maryland Panel Approves More Funds For Capital Gazette Memorial In AnnapolisMaryland's spending panel has approved funding for a memorial honoring five people killed at the Capital Gazette newspaper in 2018.
Hogan Announces $25M in Funding For YouthGov. Hogan announced Project Bounce Back, a $25 million public-private partnership to help Maryland youth recover from the devastating impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic
Baltimore County Rapper Chad Focus Sentenced To More Than 2 Years In Wire Fraud ConspiracyChad Arrington a.k.a “Chad Focus”, age 33, of Randallstown, Maryland was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison for a federal wire fraud conspiracy in connection with a scheme to use a company credit card to make more than $4.1 million in unauthorized purchases.
Gasper Botteon Charged With Suspected DUI After Alleged Hit-And-Run Involving Maryland State Trooper On I-95A 45-year-old Nottingham man was charged with driving under the influence after he allegedly struck a Maryland State trooper and fled the scene along I-95 in Baltimore County Wednesday.
Route 1 Apparel Releases Cicada-Themed GearRoute 1 Apparel has released Brood X cicada gear
Johns Hopkins Plan To Boost Minimum Wage To $15 An HourMore than 6,000 Johns Hopkins employees will get a bump in their paychecks.
COVID-19 In Maryland: May 6, 2021 (PM Update)The latest on coronavirus in Maryland.
8 Displaced After Owings Mills Townhouse FireA two-alarm fire broke out in an Owings Mills townhome Thursday afternoon.
Woman Killed After She Was Struck By Tractor-Trailer Following Crash On I-95 In LaurelMaryland State Police is investigating a fatal two-vehicle crash in Howard County Wednesday night.
Suspect Arrested For 2020 Baltimore MurderMartinez Armstrong was arrested in a 2020 murder in Baltimore.
Volunteers Put Up Fliers To Help Find Efraim Gordon's KIllerThe Jewish community and volunteers put up fliers around Baltimore to help find an Israeli tourists killer.
WJZ Afternoon News & Weather: May 6, 2021The latest news and weather from WJZ-TV in Baltimore.
Ledo Pizza Is Hiring! They're Looking For More Than 1,000 New EmployeesLedo Pizza is on a hiring spree, they're looking to add 1,000 new employees.
40 Year-Old Sentenced For Racketeering Conspiracy At Jessup Correctional InstitutionA man has been sentenced to 39 months in federal prison with three years of supervised release for a racketeering conspiracy at the Jessup Correctional Institution (JCI), according to the United States Department of Justice.
Orioles Pitcher John Means Throws First Solo No Hitter For Franchise Since Jim Palmer In 1969Orioles pitcher John Means added his name to Major League Baseball's record books on Wednesday throwing a no hitter against the Seattle Mariners in a 6-0 win.
Marty Bass Has Thursday Afternoon ForecastThe latest weather for Baltimore, Maryland
NFL Giving Away Super Bowl Tickets To Vaccinated FansThe NFL is giving away some Super Bowl tickets to vaccinated fans.
Healthwatch: Kidney Disease Patients Face Greater Risk Of DementiaThe latest health news headlines.

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