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Best Hospitals In Maryland As Ranked By US News & World ReportThe U.S. News & World Report released its rankings of Best Hospitals this week and in Maryland, Johns Hopkins Hospital ranks no. 1 in the state followed by University of Maryland Medical Center, University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center.
Frederick Police Seeking Public's Assistance In Identifying Suspect In Fraud InvestigationThe Frederick County Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in identifying a suspect allegedly involved in 2 fraud cases.
FBI Needs Help To Identify Jane Doe’s Body Found In Catoctin Mountain ParkThe FBI needs the public’s help to identify a Jane Doe in Maryland. The woman’s body was found in Catoctin Mountain Park in Thurmont on the afternoon of Saturday, June 12.
Aberdeen Police Lift Shelter In Place, Area Has Been Cleared Following Barricade SituationAberdeen Police announced that the active barricade situation has been cleared. The Shelter in Place order has also been lifted.
WJZ Morning News & Weather Update: June 16, 2021The latest news and weather from WJZ in Baltimore, Maryland.
Wednesday Morning Weather With Marty BassPartly cloudy and pleasant, with high temperatures in the low 80's.
Man Shot After Falling Through Car's Sunroof In Ocean City, Police Arrest 2 SundayOcean City Police are investigating an early morning shooting at a downtown hotel Sunday.
Laurel Man Convicted For Filing False Tax ReturnsAn Anne Arundel County man was convicted of filing a false tax return.
Police Investigating Theft Of ATM At Baltimore HotelBaltimore Police are investigating an ATM theft early Monday morning.
24-Year-Old Found Shot To Death Outside Of His Somerset HomeMaryland State Police are investigating after a man was found shot to death outside his Somerset County home Sunday evening.
Study: Covid-19 Public Health Efforts Linked To Dramatic Drop In COPD HospitalizationsAccording to a new study published in The American Journal of Medicine, hospital admissions for COPD decreased by 53 percent following the public health measures used to reduce the spread of Covid-19.
Mayor Brandon Scott Responds To Class-Action Lawsuit, Assembles Task Force To Address Baltimore's Past ADA NoncomplianceMayor Brandon Scott has responded to the class-action lawsuit filed in regards to the city's past noncompliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act by assembling a multi-agency task force.
Southwest Airlines Begins Resuming Flight Operations After Data Issues Grounded PlanesSouthwest Airlines said it is beginning to resume flight operations after the airline's third-party weather data provider experienced intermittent performance issues Monday evening, grounding planes and delaying travel across the US.
WJZ Morning News & Weather Update: June 15, 2021The latest news and weather from WJZ in Baltimore.
Tuesday Morning Weather With Marty BassPartly sunny today with high temperatures in the low 80's.
US Attorney’s Office Partners With State, Nonprofits To Help Combat Elder Financial AbuseThe Maryland U.S. Attorney's office announced Friday it is partnering with Project SAFE and the PROTECT Week Coalition to help prevent financial exploitation of Maryland's senior citizens.
New Plasma Donation Center Opens In TowsonBioLife Plasma Services opened a new plasma donation center in Towson Saturday. It's the company's third in Maryland and part of the company's expansion to support what they say is an urgent patient need for plasma.
Virginia County Plans To Rename Lee Highway For AbolitionistA northern Virginia county near the nation’s capital is paving the way to rename a major highway that currently shares a name with Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.
WJZ Morning News & Weather Update: 6-14-21The latest news and weather from WJZ.
Monday Morning Weather With Marty BassA mild and humid start to the day, with storms expected this afternoon. High temperatures in the mid 80's.
Baltimore Man Among 3 Arrested On Weapons Charges In Ocean City, After Police Break Up Disorderly CrowdA Baltimore man was among three people arrested after Ocean City police officers allegedly saw him actively loading a semi-automatic weapon at the scene of an argument early Thursday morning.
Howard County Man Sidhartha Mathur Pleads Guilty To Lying To Federal Agents After Making Threats Against CongressmanThe Department of Justice said Thursday that Sidhartha Kumar Mathur pleaded guilty to lying to U.S. Capitol Police in relation to death threats he sent a congressman.
Gov. Larry Hogan Speaks To Air Force Veteran, COVID-19 Survivor Gerard Dupree On Getting VaccinesAmong the recent winners of Maryland's vaccine lottery is Air Force veteran and COVID-19 survivor Gerard Dupree.
$3 Million In Grant Awards Available To Protect Maryland Nonprofits Vulnerable To Hate CrimesThe Governor’s Office of Crime Prevention, Youth, and Victim Services announced Wednesday that applications are open and $3 million in funding is available for the Protecting Against Hate Crimes Grant program.

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