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Rally Held Urging Removal Of Confederate Statue In Talbot CountyTalbot County activists are requesting the removal of a statue with Confederate ties.
Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Saturday Night WeatherMeteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Saturday Night Weather
Baltimore Organizations Collaborate For 2nd Juneteenth Father's Day Bailouthanks to the Job Opportunities Task Force (JOFT), and their partners at Out for Justice, several Black dads, who were previously incarcerated, will be spending Father's Day at home.
Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram Tracking Weekend StormsMeteorologist Chelsea Ingram Tracking Weekend Storms
38-Year-Old Man Killed In West Baltimore ShootingA 38-year-old man died in a West Baltimore shooting Saturday night, Baltimore Police said.
Fells Point Business Leaders Speak With City Officials, Address Crime SpikeAfter shootings in Fells Point over the last two weekends, officials say they have the resources in place to try to prevent more violence this weekend. City agencies also met with neighborhood business owners to try to discuss their concerns.
First Federal Juneteenth Holiday Marked With Celebrations In MarylandFrom City Dock to Maryland Hall, it's a celebration. Car horns are blaring. Music is blasting with hundreds of demonstrators in the streets. It's Juneteenth and this one is special. A year when the country has witnessed adversity, America has come to our State Capital for this parade on a day of unity.
Blood Donations Needed As US Faces Severe Blood ShortageThere is a severe blood shortage and donors are needed as the pandemic nears its end.
Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Saturday Evening WeatherMeteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Saturday Evening Weather
Cicadas Could Cause Your Car To Overheat, According To AAAAAA says if left unchecked, cicadas could cause some serious harm to your car.
AFRAM Festival Returns To Baltimore In AugustThe AFRAM Festival, a decades-long Baltimore tradition celebrating black culture, is returning this August.
Protest Held Outside Governor's Mansion Over Unemployment BenefitsGovernor Hogan announced Maryland is opting out of unemployment benefits beginning July 3, meaning residents on the program will lose an extra $300 a week
COVID-19 In Maryland: June 19, 2021The latest on coronavirus in Maryland
Historic Panels Commemorate Frederick Douglass' Escape From Slavery In CantonA set of historic panels on Boston Street commemorates the escape of abolitionist Frederick Douglass
Fells Point Business Owners Meet With City Agencies On Recent CrimeThe Fells Point community is looking for solutions to stop crime after two violent weekends.
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Meg McNamara Has Your Updated Forecast 6-19-2021Meg McNamara Has Your Updated Forecast 6-19-2021
Syringe Stabber Enters Plea Deal For Feb. 2020 Grocery Store AttackThe man accused of stabbing a woman in an Anne Arundel County grocery store with a semen filled syringe has entered a plea deal. He will be sentenced in August.
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Baltimore Officials Say Resources In Place To Prevent Fells Point ViolenceAfter gunfire each of the past two weekends and three people shot, Baltimore city officials said they have the resources in place to try to prevent more violence this weekend in the popular neighborhood.