For the first time in over a year, Maryland restaurants and businesses could open on Saturday without masks and other pandemic restrictions.

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Meteorologist Meg McNamara Has A Look At Your Thursday ForecastMeteorologist Meg McNamara Has A Look At Your Thursday Forecast.
New Scam Targets People Filing Unemployment ClaimsThe Department of Labor is warning people of a new scam targeted at those on unemployment.
5 Injured, 1 Killed In West Baltimore Mass Shooting WednesdayBaltimore Police are investigating after 6 people were shot and 1 person was killed in West Baltimore on Wednesday afternoon. Police said one of the victims was a 16-year-old boy.
Teen Tased By Ocean City Police Speaks; NAACP Calls For Suspension of Officers, Discusses Possible OC BoycottThe NAACP and other civil rights organizations condemned the violent arrests of Black teenagers in Ocean City in several incidents that began when police confronted the teens over vaping, which is prohibited on the Boardwalk.
Baltimore Buzz: What's The Most Misspelled Word In Your State?According to AT&T, the most misspelled word in Maryland is favorite.
Meteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Evening ForecastMeteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Evening Forecast.
Experts: Take Down Bird Feeders, Baths, As Illnesses & Deaths Are InvestigatedExperts are advising people to remove their bird feeders and baths as they investigative the cause of a number of bird deaths.
3 New EVSmart Chargers Installed At Maryland ZooThree new EVSmart Chargers were installed at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore.
Southwest Airlines Still Experiencing Flight Delays & CancellationsSouthwest Airlines said they are working to reschedule flights for those affected by the technical issues.
5 Injured, 1 Killed In West Baltimore Mass Shooting WednesdayBaltimore Police said six people were shot in mass shooting in West Baltimore Wednesday afternoon. One of the victims died, and five are in critical condition.
Baltimore Investigators Seeking Public's Assistance In Identifying Persons Of Interest In Fells Point ShootingBaltimore Investigators are asking for the public's assistance in identifying several persons of interest in connection to the June 6 shooting in Fells Point.
Maryland Reports First Heat Death In 2021The Maryland Department of Health reported the state's first heat-related death this year. Officials said it was a 40-year-old man in Prince George's County.
Meteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Wednesday Night ForecastMeteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Wednesday Night Forecast
FBI Asking Seeking Public’s Assistance In Identifying Jane Doe Found At Catoctin Mountain ParkThe FBI needs the public’s help in identifying a Jane Doe found at a National Park in Maryland. The body was found at Catoctin Mountain Park in Thurmont on Saturday, June 12. Authorities said they were called to the National Park after part of the woman’s body was discovered by hikers.
Howard County Plans 'Pre-Pandemic' 4th Of July CelebrationTo celebrate reaching 70% vaccination, Howard County is amping up this year's celebration.
Mayor Brandon Scott Continues To Take Heat After Continued Fells Point ViolenceMayor Brandon Scott continues to take heat after he did not attend town halls following back to back weekends of violence in Fells Point
How Baltimore Non-Profit Give N Grow Basketball Promotes Mental & Physical Health In KidsUsing the sport of basketball to promote positive physical and mental health. It's what the non-profit Give N Grow (GNG) Basketball set out to do 4 years ago and said that over the past year, their work has become increasingly important.
Locals Pick Up Rock Decoratinh To Spread Smiles, Honor Loved One Lost To CovidSome Baltimore residents are spreading smiles by painting rocks over the pandemic. One family is honoring a mother, wife, and friend.
Harford County Sheriff's Office Utilize Drones To Assist In Crime FightingHarford County Sheriff's office purchased 4 small drones with asset forfeiture money - it has already helped find people.
MLB Hall Of Famer Rick Dempsey Selling Baltimore CondoWho wants to live in the home of an Oriole's legend?
$10 Million In Relief Funding Awarded To Maryland Venues, Promoters Impacted By PandemicMaryland Governor Larry Hogan on Wednesday announced $10 million in relief funding for the state's live music and performance venues and live entertainment promoters that have been affected by the pandemic.
Kevin The Kitten Saved From A Car In Howard CountyA newly adopted kitten crawled behind a dashboard and got stuck there. Luckily, he was extracted safely
Suspected Bank Robber, Getaway Driver Arrested For Woodbine RobberyA bank robbery suspect and his getaway driver are in custody after a robbery last week, police said.
NAACP Calls For Suspension Of Ocean City Officers Involved In Controversial ArrestsThe NAACP Maryland State Conference are calling for the police officers in a now viral video of four teens arrested in Ocean City, Maryland over the weekend to be "removed from their posts" until the investigation is completed.

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