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1 Maryland ‘Drivers Should Proceed As Normal,’ Officials Say Don’t ‘Panic Buy’ Gas After Colonial Pipeline Hack
2 ‘We Just Woke Up With A Loud Bang’ Neighbors Remember Victims Of Woodlawn Tragedy
3 COVID-19 In Maryland: Positivity Rate Below 3%, 5.3M Vaccine Doses Administered
4 Man Arrested In Connection With Attack Of Two Korean American Women At Baltimore Liquor Store
5 Slain Delmar Police Cpl. Keith Heacook Remembered By Colleagues, Family And Friends
6 Bob Turk Celebrates 48 Years With WJZ
7 WJZ Morning News & Weather Update: May 12, 2021
8 Maryland Boy Remains Critical, After Gunman Kills His Parents Inside Their Laurel Home
9 Gov. Larry Hogan Posthumously Pardons 1885 Teen Lynching Victim Howard Cooper, 34 Others In Maryland
10 Videos Show Troubling Past Behavior Of Woodlawn Gunman; Victims’ Families Mourn ‘Unimaginable Loss’
11 WJZ Morning News & Weather Update: May 10, 2021
12 WJZ Exclusive: Maryland Rep. Jamie Raskin Talks About Powering Through His Pain
13 Gov. Hogan, Mayor Scott To Meet Next Week After Days Of Verbal Sparring Over How To Handle Baltimore Violence
14 COVID-19 In Maryland: Hospitalizations Drop As 1.2K New Cases Added
15 Baltimore County Man Says He Was Kicked Off Southwest Flight For Not Wearing Mask While Eating Twizzlers
16 Maryland To Receive $90M+ In Emergency Federal Funding For COVID Response
17 Country Music Star Jimmie Allen To Hold Fundraiser For Cpl. Keith Heacook’s Family
18 COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 600 New Cases Reported Monday, Hospitalizations Jumped Over The Weekend
19 Baltimore Mayor Announces Pilot Program To Direct Some 911 Calls To Mental Health Professionals
20 COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 4M First Doses Administered, 1.8K Fully Vaccinated
21 Don’t Bug Out About Cicadas: University of Md. Expert Answers Questions
22 Orioles Pitcher John Means Throws First Solo No Hitter For Franchise Since Jim Palmer In 1969
23 COVID In Maryland: 985 New Cases, Hospitalizations Slightly Down Monday
24 COVID Latest: Maryland Lifts Outdoor Mask Mandate, All Outdoor Dining Restrictions
25 You Can Now Access Your COVID-19 Vaccination Records Online In Maryland
26 Ravens Will Open 2021 Season Against Raiders On Sept. 13
27 COVID In Maryland: More Than 1K New Cases Added As Hospitalizations Continue To Increase
28 4 Men Shot By At Least 2 People While Playing Dice Game Tuesday Afternoon In East Baltimore, Police Say
29 COVID-19 In Maryland: 10 Deaths Reported Sunday As Hospitalizations Continue To Decline
30 Century-Old Ladew Topiary Gardens Keeps Spirits High With Its Breathtaking Views
31 Aaron Anthony Cepeda Charged In Glen Burnie Rape
32 Nick Mosby Introduces Bill To Increase Work Opportunities For Baltimore City Residents
33 ‘For Me, It Was A Celebration’ | Maryland Woman Wears Wedding Dress To Get Vaccinated
34 COVID-19 In Maryland: Positivity Rate Under 4%, Hospitalizations Drop
35 COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 1K New Cases & 17 Deaths Reported Sunday
36 Maryland AG Says In-Custody Death Reports Of Former Medical Examiner David Fowler Will Be Reviewed After Derek Chauvin Trial Testimony
37 ‘Tommy Was With Me’ | How Rep. Jamie Raskin Powered Through His Pain To Lead Impeachment Trial Weeks After Losing His Son
38 Fire Still Not Completely Out At Domino Sugar Plant In Baltimore, No Injuries Reported, Officials Say
39 Towson University Cap & Gown Vendor Reports Possible Cyber Breach Of Credit Card Information
40 Maryland U.S. Attorney’s Office Seizes Website Claiming To Provide Covid Vaccines
41 WJZ Morning News & Weather Update: May 6, 2021
42 Anne Arundel County, City Of Annapolis To Provide Transportation To Mass Vaccination Site
43 WJZ Afternoon News & Weather: May 6, 2021
44 Ocean City, Maryland Lifts Mask Mandate On Boardwalk, Outdoor Public Spaces
45 ‘Roll Cyrus Roll’ Children’s Book Tells The Tale Of Colt Who Couldn’t Roll
46 Baltimore Ravens Planning For Fans At Full Capacity At M&T Bank Stadium For Upcoming Season
47 Anne Arundel County Will No Longer Require Masks Outdoors In Public Spaces, Unless In Event Venues, Concerts Or Public Transportation
48 Witnesses Say Suspect Started Fire To Lure People Out Before Woodlawn Shooting, Police Investigation Continues
49 SEE IT: Good Samaritan Recalls Moment He Jumped Into Bay To Rescue Toddler After Ocean City Crash
50 Body Found In NW Baltimore, Police Investigating
51 Rocket Launch From Wallops Island Should Be Visible From Maryland, Eastern Seaboard
52 WJZ Morning News & Weather Update: May 3, 2021
53 WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update: May 3, 2021
54 Video Shows Good Samaritan Rescuing Baby Who Fell Off Ocean City Bridge After Crash
55 Documentary ‘Bastard’s Road’ Follows Maryland Veteran’s Healing After Coming Home From Iraq War
56 Anne Arundel County Officials Ready To Vaccinate Children 12 And Older After FDA Approves Use Of Pfizer
57 Maryland Weather: Tornado Warnings, Storms Brought Wind, Rain Across Maryland With More Expected Tuesday
58 WJZ Morning News & Weather Update: April 30, 2021
59 WJZ Morning News & Weather Update: April 28, 2021
60 WJZ Morning News & Weather Update: April 29, 2021
61 Pause In Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Could Delay Maryland’s Goals As Baltimore City Emerges As Potential New Hotspot
62 Agustin Arellano-Ayon Killed In Head-On Crash In Frederick, Police Say
63 Police Searching For Missing Teen In Essex
64 ‘What A Crazy Birth Story’: Maryland Mom Shares How She Delivered Her Baby While COVID Positive
65 WJZ News & Weather Update: April 21, 2021 (PM Edition)
66 WJZ News & Weather Update: April 19, 2021 (PM Edition)
67 WJZ Morning News & Weather Update 4-14-2021
68 WJZ News & Weather Update: April 15, 2021 (AM Edition)
69 COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 2.4M Marylanders Fully Vaccinated
70 WJZ Weather Team Has Your Tuesday Afternoon Forecast
71 13-Year-Old, 16-Year-Old Charged In Fabian Mendez’s Fatal Carjacking In SE Baltimore
72 Baltimore Sanitation Worker Killed, Another Injured In Shooting On York Road
73 People May Elect To Wear Masks Even After Mandates Are Lifted, Experts Say
74 One Injured In Essex Shooting Wednesday
75 Novavax Announces Early Results Of Combination Flu, COVID-19 Vaccine
76 Maryland Weather: Severe Thunderstorms, High Wind Warnings For Friday
77 COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 2.3M Fully Vaccinated As Coronavirus Numbers Continue To Fall
78 Howard County Officer Rescues Injured Bald Eagle
79 ‘Don’t Be A Scaredy Cat, Get Vaccinated’: Maryland Officials Launch Efforts To Help Get Nursing Home Staff & Residents COVID-19 Vaccinated
80 3 Women, 1 Teen, Shot In West Baltimore On Monday
81 Couple Find Human Foot In West Baltimore Dumpster, Police Say
82 COVID In Maryland: Hospitalizations Jump Again As More Than 900 New Cases Added Tuesday
83 Medina Spirit Permitted To Enter Preakness, Maryland Jockey Club Says
84 Local Mom Starts Fundraiser For Face Shields As Students Return Back To In-Person Learning
85 UMMS Receives Nearly $3 Million To Expand COVID-19 Mobile Vaccination Opportunities
86 State Prosecutor Investigating City State’s Attorney Office Employee
87 Hippodrome Theatre Preparing To Welcome Back Fans This Fall
88 Efraim Gordon’s Family Still Searching For Answers About His Murder As More Violence Reported Tuesday In Baltimore
89 EF-1 Tornado Reported In Frederick County Monday, NWS Confirms
90 Maryland AG Joins Coalition Calling For Facebook To Not Launch Instagram Kids
91 Maryland Health Officials Hold Mobile Vaccination Clinic At Pimlico Ahead Of Preakness
92 Baltimore Fourth Of July Fireworks At Inner Harbor Canceled For Second Year In A Row
93 Passenger Traffic At BWI Airport Hits Highest Level In More Than A Year Over Mother’s Day Weekend
94 DC Michelin Star Restaurant Little Pearl Temporarily Closing In Part Due To Cicada Season
95 Mother, Son Baking Up Sweet Treats To Raise Funds For Maryland Food Bank
96 WJZ Mourning The Loss Of Two Longtime Employees: Editor Deb Kelly And Photojournalist Eric ‘HeavE’ Scott
97 Maryland Will Be Epicenter Of This Year’s ‘Cicada-Palooza’
98 Oh Baby! Six New Additions To WJZ Family In 2020 Give Station A Reason To Smile
99 WJZ Meteorologist Meg McNamara Got Married Saturday