Bodies Of 2 Dead Children Discovered During Maryland Traffic Stop, Police SayThe bodies of two deceased children were discovered during a traffic stop in Essex late Wednesday night. Geoff Petrulis reports.
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Pop-Up Block Parties Disrupt North Baltimore NeighborhoodCity Police are investigating numerous complaints of teen pop-up parties in North Baltimore, some drawing more than 300 people.
Health Officials Push For More To Get Vaccinated During Summer SurgeLess than half of people in Baltimore City are fully vaccinated. Dondrick Ford said he is one of those who remains hesitant. “I’m not even going to lie to you, I’m not vaccinated, but I am going to get vaccinated,” Ford told WJZ Investigator Mike Hellgren.
As Coronavirus Infections Rise In Maryland, Hogan Says ‘Breakthrough’ Infections Under 1%Less than half of people in Baltimore City are fully vaccinated. Dondrick Ford said he is one of those who remains hesitant. “I’m not even going to lie to you, I’m not vaccinated, but I am going to get vaccinated,” Ford told WJZ Investigator Mike Hellgren.
Photography Exhibition In Annapolis Library Features Surviving Family Of Capital Gazette Shooting Victims"Journalists Matter: Faces of the Capital Gazette" is a photo exhibition in the Michael E. Busch Annapolis Library that features surviving family members of the Capital Gazette mass shooting.
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Chaotic Pop-Up Block Parties Disrupt North Baltimore NeighborhoodPop-up block parties full of teens in north Baltimore have been disrupting the neighborhood for the past few Saturdays
Hue Cafe And Apothecary Brings Delicious Plant-Based Food To Owings MillsWho said eating healthy can't be tasty? Hue Cafe and Apothecary is bringing healthy, delicious plant-based food to Owings Mills
Baltimore County Staple Milton Inn Reopens Under New OwnershipA 281-year-old Baltimore County staple has returned with new owners after closing at the onset of the pandemic
Photography Exhibition In Annapolis Library Honors Capital Gazette Shooting Victims, SurvivorsA photographer who survived the mass shooting that killed five at the Capital Gazette in 2018 is exhibiting a project honoring survivors and victims of the shooting.
Fraudsters Claimed $2 Billion In Unemployment Benefits, Comptroller Peter Franchot SaysMaryland state Comptroller Peter Franchot on Wednesday estimated that about $2 billion in federal and state unemployment funds distributed during the pandemic were fraudulently obtained.
Baltimore City Employees Should Get Vaccinated For COVID-19 Or Face Weekly Testing, Comptroller SaysCity Comptroller Bill Henry on Wednesday urged Mayor Brandon Scott to implement what would amount to a vaccine mandate for city workers.
Paddle Boarding Comes To Baltimore's Inner HarborB'more Sup has been in development for years and is now a reality.
Harford County Restaurants Can Keep Delivering Cocktails, Liquor Board SaysThe Harford County Liquor Control Board on Wednesday voted to keep allowing licensed restaurants to sell and deliver carry-out cocktails.
Child Assaulted, Grand Mother Held At Gunpoint By 3 Suspects In Anne Arundel County Home Invasion, Police SayAnne Arundel County Police are investigating a home invasion in Friendship early Wednesday morning.
15-Year-Old Shot In West Baltimore WednesdayA teenager is in critical condition after being shot in west Baltimore Wednesday
Health Officials Combat Vaccine Hesitancy As Covid Rates Reach Highest Since MayOfficials are imploring Marylanders to get vaccinated as cases skyrocket
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Baltimore Repeat Offender David Kelly Guilty Of Second-Degree RapeA Baltimore man described as a repeat offender was found guilty of second-degree rape for an attack from 2019, Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby said in a statement.
Katie Ledecky Wins Gold In First Women's 1500m Freestyle At Tokyo Olympics, Making HistoryKatie Ledecky, an Olympic swimmer from Bethesda, Maryland, won gold Wednesday morning at the Tokyo Olympics in the first-ever women's 1,500-meter freestyle.
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Essex Daycare Teacher Caught On Camera Yanking Child To The GroundA teacher at a Baltimore county daycare was caught on camera aggressively grabbing a child, and the parents said they were never notified about it.