Maryland Finalizes $577M Settlement For HBCU Federal LawsuitMaryland has finalized a $577 million settlement to end a 15-year federal lawsuit relating to underfunding at the state's four historically Black colleges and universities, state officials announced Wednesday.
Vice President Kamala Harris To Visit M&T Bank Stadium Mass Vaccination SiteVice President Kamala Harris To Visit M&T Bank Stadium Mass Vaccination Site
75 Baltimore-Area Kids Getting Vaccinated As Part Of Moderna TrialSeventy-five Baltimore-area children participated in a clinical trial at the University of Maryland School of Medicine to make sure the Covid-19 vaccines are safe for other children. Vaccinating children is necessary to reach herd immunity, according to doctors and public health experts.
Police Caution Bicyclists, Motorists To Share Road After CrashPolice Caution Bicyclists, Motorists To Share Road After Crash
Baltimore County Police Release Body-Worn Camera Footage, 911 Call In Shooting Of Suspect Samuel Andrew ArnoldBaltimore County Police released a video Wednesday in the March 17 officer-involved shooting of 21 year-old Samuel Andrew Arnold in southwest Baltimore. Arnold survived the shooting and is now being charged in the case.
COVID Latest: Maryland Lifts Outdoor Mask Mandate, All Outdoor Dining RestrictionsCOVID Latest: Maryland Lifts Outdoor Mask Mandate, All Outdoor Dining Restrictions
Meterologists Meg McNamara and Chelsea Ingram Have The Latest Weather ForecastMeterologists Meg McNamara and Chelsea Ingram Have The Latest Weather Forecast
State Aims To Tackle Education Achievement Gap For Black BoysA task force formed by the Maryland State Board of Education laid out recommendations to close the education achievement gap among black boys.
Gov. Larry Hogan Lifts Outdoor Mask Mandate, Masks Still Required Indoors In Public VenuesGov. Larry Hogan Lifts Outdoor Mask Mandate, Masks Still Required Indoors In Public Venues
Bob Turk Has Your Tuesday Night ForecastBob Turk Has Your Tuesday Night Forecast
MCHC Invites Marylanders To "Step Into History" With Interactive Photo DisplaysMCHC Invites Marylanders To "Step Into History" With Interactive Photo Displays
Maryland Board Of Education Wants Schools To Offer Full In-Person Learning For 2021-22 School YearThe Maryland State Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday to pass a resolution for all schools to reopen for in-person instruction, five days a week, this fall.
COVID Vaccine Trailblazer To Give Keynote At Johns Hopkins School Of Public Health ConvocationShe is one of the doctors behind the Moderna vaccine.
Mass Vaccination Site At The Mall In Columbia Set To Open ThursdayMass Vaccination Site At The Mall In Columbia Set To Open Thursday
Outdoor Face Covering Order Still In Place In Baltimore, Maryland While They Weigh CDC GuidanceSo, what does the new mask guidance from the U.S. Center Disease Control and Prevention mean? For Baltimore, Mayor Brandon Scott said no final decision has been made on whether or not to change anything, and that he's waiting for Gov. Larry Hogan to make the first move before lifting any restrictions or issuing new guidance.
New Partnership Between Guinness, Black Marylanders Helping Local CommunitiesThe Guinness Open Gate Brewery in Baltimore County is now working with African American Marylanders to create new limited-edition beers that benefit social justice efforts.
Study: Marylanders Google Backing Up I-Phone The MostStudy: Marylanders Google Backing Up I-Phone The Most
"Parks and People" Non-Profit Open Three New Parks in Baltimore"Parks and People" Non-Profit Open Three New Parks in Baltimore
Mayor of Salisbury Welcomed Home By Two Daughters After Year DeploymentMayor of Salisbury Welcomed Home By Two Daughters After Year Deployment
Baltimore Buzz: Design Your Own Salt BoxBaltimore Buzz: Design Your Own Salt Box
Daughter Of Former Laurel Police Chief Turned Alleged Arsonist David Crawford Speaks OutThe daughter of a former Laurel police chief arrested and charged in connection with a series of arsons is speaking out for the first time. 
Bob Turk Has Your Tuesday Night ForecastBob Turk Has Your Tuesday Night Forecast
State Board Of Education Wants Full In-Person Learning For 2021-22 School YearAfter a year of hybrid learning, Maryland's Board of Education said come fall, school districts should offer in-person classes.
Meet Rev. Pamela Conrad, Who Brings Worlds Of Science, Religion Together At Glen Burnie ChurchAs a scientist, she’s worked for NASA since 1999 and is currently a scientific investigator for the 2020 Mars Perseverance Rover Mission. Helping develop commands and experiments to send to Mars.

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