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1 Man, 34, Suspected In Series Of Fairfield Pellet Gun, Pepper Spray Attacks
2 70-Year-Old Woman Pepper-Sprayed On Sacramento Bike Path
3 South Florida Doctors Say Healthcare Worker Mom Passed COVID Antibodies To Baby During Pregnancy
4 Steelers Safety Terrell Edmunds & His Brothers Write Children’s Book
5 Ayo Dosunmu Named USA Today’s National Player Of The Year As Illini Prepare For NCAA Tournament
6 City Paying Homeless People To Clean Up After Themselves — And It’s Working!
7 Georgia Election Investigations: GBI Releases Cobb County Signature Audit Results
8 Pittsburgh Pirates’ Season Opener At Wrigley Field Will Have Fans
9 How Will Spending Cryptocurrency Online Work?
10 O’s Hopeful Young Arms Will Have Breakout Year, Carry Team Forward
11 Cooking With The Crew On Christmas Day: Santa-Politans And Breakfast Casserole
12 Starting April 15, Californians 16 And Older Will Be Eligible For COVID-19 Vaccine
13 Jim Nantz Says Central Indiana Is Ready To Host NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament
14 Ravens Cornerback Marlon Humphrey Will Play Sunday Against The Patriots, Taken Off Reserve/COVID-19 List
15 Pittsburgh Penguins Will Hold Scrimmage Tonight After Reportedly Canceling Saturday Practice
16 Former Theology School Administrators Charged In $12 Million Fraud
17 ‘Excited This Is Happening’ | Anne Arundel County Teachers, School Staff Members Receive COVID-19 Vaccinations
18 Columbus Blue Jackets Could Soon Have Fans At NHL Games
19 Lots Of Money Headed To Pennsylvania, As White House Official Says Pres. Biden Kept Promise
20 Officials: Lenape High School Will Be Closed Friday After 2nd Confirmed Coronavirus Case
21 California Closes In On 3 Million COVID Cases
22 Federal Officials Warn Winter Weather Could Cause COVID-19 Vaccine Shipment Delays
23 Sacramento Region Stay-At-Home Order Will Not Expire On New Year’s Eve
24 As COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts Ramp Up, Baltimore County Looks To Address Transportation, Racial Disparities
25 Department Of Health Urges Pennsylvanians To Cancel Unneeded Duplicate COVID-19 Appointments
26 Washington Football Team Replacing Cheerleading Team With Coed Dance Team
27 Penguins Place Defenseman Jack Johnson On Unconditional Waivers, Will Buyout His Contract
28 COVID-19 In West Virginia: State Reports 5 Additional Virus-Related Deaths
29 COVID-19 Relief Bill Includes $15B For Independent Theaters, Music Venues
30 Maryland House Passes Extensive Police Reform Measure
31 Rozier Scores 27 Points, Leads Hornets Past Wizards 114-104
32 Carlo Released From Hospital; Wilson Suspended 7 Games
33 The Fake Commute: People Working From Home Finding Ways To Discover Normalcy
34 Howard County Schools Postpone In-Person Programs, Citing ‘Unfavorable’ COVID-19 Rates
35 President Biden To Direct States To Make All Adults Eligible For COVID-19 Vaccine By May
36 Penguins Name Katerina Wu As Data Scientist
37 Weather Blog: Nuts & Bolts On Snow
38 FDA Says Temperature Scanning Devices Used To Detect Coronavirus Are Not Always Accurate
39 Pennsylvania State Police Teams With Local Law Enforcement To Prepare For Possible Protests Before Inauguration Day
40 Casey DeSmith To Start In Goal For Penguins-Capitals Game
41 ‘Fire Is Everyone’s Fight’: After 3 Fatal Fires This Week, Philadelphia Officials Urging Residents To Check Smoke Alarms
42 Audit Finds Problems With State’s Purchase Of COVID-19 Tests From South Korea
43 COVID-19 Hospitalizations Below 200 In Riverside, San Bernardino; Ventura Reports 57
44 Phillies’ Pitching Staff Under Microscope This Spring As Bullpen Looks To Improve On Disastrous 2020
45 Southland To Experience Weather Whiplash, With Fire Weather Followed By Cold Weekend
46 COVID: FDA Panel OKs Johnson & Johnson Single-Dose Vaccine; California Expects 1.1M Doses In 3 Weeks
47 MDOT MTA Police Looking For Person Of Interest In Strong-Arm Robbery
48 CDC Updates In-School Social Distancing Guidelines For Students
49 Dr. Dave Hnida’s Message To Those Unsure About Vaccine: Follow The ‘COVID Golden Rule’
50 COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Police Issue 3 Warnings To Pittsburgh Businesses Not Following Coronavirus Orders
51 COVID-19 Latest: Dollar Or Less Days Canceled In Baltimore
52 Mexican Restaurant Threatened With ICE Calls For Not Ending Mask Policy, Owner Says
53 Maryland Cancer Survivor Pays It Forward, Sends More Than 1K Care Kits To Patients Battling Disease
54 Maryland Awarded Nearly $3M in COVID-19 National Dislocated Worker Grant Funds
55 Steelers Rule Out Kicker Chris Boswell, Two Other Players For Sunday’s Game
56 Josh Jackson Scores Season-High 31 Points, Pistons Rout Wizards
57 Baltimore County Officials Lay Out This Week’s COVID-19 Vaccine Doses, 7 Clinics Set Up For Healthcare Workers, First Responders
58 Lady Gaga To Sing Anthem, J-Lo To Perform At Inauguration
59 Gov. Larry Hogan To Undergo Surgery Friday To Remove Skin Cancer
60 Pennsylvania Senate Republicans Won’t Fast-Track Child Sex Abuse Lawsuit Window
61 Jim Nantz, Calling His 30th Final Four, Says Opportunity To Call Games At Hinkle Fieldhouse ‘Blew Me Away’
62 Orioles Beat Boston 4-2 For 2nd Straight Win
63 WATCH: Sixers Head Coach Doc Rivers Condemns Riots Outside US Capitol In Washington, D.C.
64 COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Allegheny County Council Passes Motion To Create Statewide Vaccine Registry
65 Dr. Jill Biden Campaigns In Delaware, Montgomery Counties, Where ‘Women Will Decide The Future Of This State’
66 Pirates Avoid Arbitration With Pitcher Joe Musgrove, 8 Other Players
67 COVID-19: Marin County Tells Restaurants, Other Businesses To Reduce Indoor Capacity Amid Rising Cases
68 ‘An Adult Game Of Whack-A-Mole:’ Many Frustrated At Lack Of Appointments For COVID-19 Vaccinations
69 UCLA Forecast: Stimulus Dollars To Fuel Recovery, But Jobs Outlook Still Cloudy
70 Pittsburgh Public School Board To Vote On Transitioning To Hybrid Learning Model
71 COVID: CA Allows Camping To Resume On State-Owned Lands
72 COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: UPMC Employee Made Drastic Moves Early On To Save Lives
73 Pittsburgh-Area County Commissioners Say Lack Of Local Health Department Has Limited Access To Vaccines
74 Disney To Reopen Buena Vista Street Stores, Restaurants On Nov. 19
75 Coronavirus In West Virginia: Virus Deaths Fall Amid Vaccination Push
76 Penguins Activate Mike Matheson From Injured Reserve
77 Gov. Larry Hogan Says He Hasn’t Seen Any Evidence Of Widespread Voter Fraud, That President Trump Should Concede
78 Maryland Women’s Basketball Beats Northwestern, Moves Closer To Big Ten Crown
79 Watch: Wilmington Creative Officer Steve Merino Discusses Most Memorable Super Bowl 55 Commercials
80 Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: Bridgeville Rehabilitation And Care Center Battling COVID-19 Outbreak
81 Average Life Expectancy In U.S. Drops By A Year Due To Coronavirus
82 Senate President Emeritus Mike Miller To Lie In State In Maryland State House
83 49ers Still Alive In Playoff Hunt Despite Loss To Bills Monday Night
84 COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Health Dept. Announces 5,338 New Coronavirus Cases, 193 New Deaths
85 AAA: Gas Prices Dip In Western Pennsylvania As National Average Drops For 1st Time Since November
86 COVID Vaccine Site Coming To Bell Next Week
87 Gut Health Through Proper Nutrition
88 Lundy’s 31 Points Boosts Penn St. Over Maryland 66-61
89 Temple Law Professor: Democrats Using Forensics To Prove Case In Donald Trump Impeachment Trial
90 Johnson & Johnson’s Coronavirus Vaccine Is Fourth To Begin Phase 3 Trials In The United States
91 Police: 15-Year-Old Boy Injured In SE Baltimore Shooting Saturday Night
92 Kevin Bacon & Aldis Hodge On ‘City On A Hill’: ‘It’s An Interesting Time To Be Making A Show That Has A Lot To Do With Race’
93 ‘We’re Trying To Get Into October’: Phillies Look Forward In 2021 As They Begin First Day Of Full-Squad Workouts
94 Ravens Continue Virtual Gatherings Tuesday After More Members Test Positive For COVID
95 Steelers, Browns Ready For Wild Card Weekend Matchup At Heinz Field
96 Open Enrollment For ‘Pennie’ Pennsylvania’s State Health Insurance Program Ends Friday
97 COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Pitt Hosts Vaccination Clinic For Students, Health Care In Phase 1A
98 COVID-19 Latest: 460K Marylanders Sign Up For Exposure Notifications In First 2 Days Of Program
99 Maryland General Assembly Passes $1B Pandemic Relief Measure
100 COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Clarion University Plans To Fully Reopen For Fall 2021 Semester