Here's what's in the Senate stimulus plan

HERE'S WHAT'S IN THE SENATE STIMULUS PLAN

Lawmakers made several changes to the House's version.

BPD: 15-year-old boy shot in northwest Baltimore

BPD: 15-YEAR-OLD BOY SHOT IN NORTHWEST BALTIMORE

A 15-year-old boy was shot Thursday night in northwest Baltimore, police said.

 
 
 
One year later: Health care workers reflect on impact of coronavirus in Maryland

ONE YEAR LATER: HEALTH CARE WORKERS REFLECT ON IMPACT OF CORONAVIRUS IN MARYLAND

One year ago, this week, the first patients with COVID-19 were hospitalized in Maryland. It's been quite the ride for health care workers...

Lawmakers work to legalize marijuana, citing economic, social benefits to state

LAWMAKERS WORK TO LEGALIZE MARIJUANA, CITING ECONOMIC, SOCIAL BENEFITS TO STATE

Supporters making their case to legalize marijuana explain how it will provide both economic and social benefits to Maryland.

 
 
 
Sunny, but breezy and chilly Friday

SUNNY, BUT BREEZY AND CHILLY FRIDAY

Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer explains how the week will end breezy and chilly in Maryland.

Some children suffering inflammatory syndrome after COVID-19

SOME CHILDREN SUFFERING INFLAMMATORY SYNDROME AFTER COVID-19

Doctors are trying to determine why some develop multi-system inflammatory syndrome and others do not.

 
 
 
17-year-old boy shot in west Baltimore, police say

17-YEAR-OLD BOY SHOT IN WEST BALTIMORE, POLICE SAY

A 17-year-old boy was shot Thursday afternoon in west Baltimore, police said.

Dog rescued from hurricane among 2 new K-9s in Harford County

DOG RESCUED FROM HURRICANE AMONG 2 NEW K-9S IN HARFORD COUNTY

The Harford County Sheriff's Office has two new K9s, including a dog that was abandoned during a hurricane.

 
 
 
WATCH LIVE: Hogan holds presser on vaccine equity

WATCH LIVE: HOGAN HOLDS PRESSER ON VACCINE EQUITY

Gov. Larry Hogan and Brig. Gen. Janeen Birckhead hold a news briefing on vaccine equity.

Here's what happens next as the Senate prepares to debate the $1.9 trillion relief bill

HERE'S WHAT HAPPENS NEXT AS THE SENATE PREPARES TO DEBATE THE $1.9 TRILLION RELIEF BILL

We know of a few big ways the Senate bill will look different than what the House passed.

 
 
 
February ends with just over 12,000 new unemployment claims

FEBRUARY ENDS WITH JUST OVER 12,000 NEW UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIMS

New unemployment claims stayed around the same during the final week of February from the week before.

Windy, sunny Thursday morning

WINDY, SUNNY THURSDAY MORNING

Meteorologist Ava Marie says Thursday morning is sunny with a breeze.

 
 
 
Texas power grid CEO is fired following widespread outages during winter storms

TEXAS POWER GRID CEO IS FIRED FOLLOWING WIDESPREAD OUTAGES DURING WINTER STORMS

Following widespread power outages that left many in the dark for days, the head of the organization overseeing the state's power grid...

Adult venues can reopen in Baltimore City on Friday

ADULT VENUES CAN REOPEN IN BALTIMORE CITY ON FRIDAY

Strip clubs will be able to reopen in Baltimore City starting on Friday.

 
 
 
Mississippi told to pay $500,000 to wrongfully imprisoned man

MISSISSIPPI TOLD TO PAY $500,000 TO WRONGFULLY IMPRISONED MAN

A judge is ordering Mississippi to pay $500,000 to Curtis Flowers, who was wrongfully imprisoned for more than two decades.

Former Laurel police chief charged in multiple arsons since 2011

FORMER LAUREL POLICE CHIEF CHARGED IN MULTIPLE ARSONS SINCE 2011

A former Laurel police chief faces charges for multiple arsons that span a decade, according to the Prince George's County Fire Department.

 
 
 
Van Hollen calls Maryland's COVID-19 vaccine equity numbers 'unacceptable'

VAN HOLLEN CALLS MARYLAND'S COVID-19 VACCINE EQUITY NUMBERS 'UNACCEPTABLE'

One of the big topics in Maryland is getting attention on the federal level as well: Vaccine equity and access.

Breezy, chilly Thursday in Maryland

BREEZY, CHILLY THURSDAY IN MARYLAND

Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer explains how Thursday will be breezy and chilly in Maryland.

 
 
 
Some Marylanders still have trouble reporting out of state unemployment fraud

SOME MARYLANDERS STILL HAVE TROUBLE REPORTING OUT OF STATE UNEMPLOYMENT FRAUD

They didn't apply for unemployment, but some Marylanders are getting notices they've been approved for benefits from the state of Kentucky.

Hotel Revival unveils new concept for first-floor dining space

HOTEL REVIVAL UNVEILS NEW CONCEPT FOR FIRST-FLOOR DINING SPACE

Hotel Revival's first-floor restaurant space - in use as a ghost kitchen for much of the pandemic - will become a cafe later this year.

 
 
 



Body believed to missing Kentucky man found in Grand Canyon

Body believed to missing Kentucky man found in Grand Canyon

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James, Durant choose their teams for Sunday's All-Star Game

James, Durant choose their teams for Sunday's All-Star Game

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One year later: Health care workers reflect on impact of coronavirus in Maryland

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NBA All-Star rosters 2021: Full results, draft picks for Team LeBron vs...

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Lawmakers Expel Colleague for Pattern of Harassment

Lawmakers Expel Colleague for Pattern of Harassment

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Villanova loses Gillespie to season-ending knee injury

Villanova loses Gillespie to season-ending knee injury

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Cuomo accuser says governor's national profile emboldened him

Cuomo accuser says governor's national profile emboldened him

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Dana White to meet with Khabib again, let lightweight division unfold before...

Dana White to meet with Khabib again, let lightweight division unfold before booking title fight

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‘Cuomo did it': Majority believe Gov. sexually harassed aides after ‘apology'

‘Cuomo did it': Majority believe Gov. sexually harassed aides after ‘apology'

No Emmy Award here. Embattled Gov. Andrew Cuomo's partial “apology” over sexual harassment claims leveled against him by three women bombed. A majority of New York voters - 54... Read more ...

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