Report says fake coronavirus-related products are being listed online

REPORT SAYS FAKE CORONAVIRUS-RELATED PRODUCTS ARE BEING LISTED ONLINE

Amid the confusion of the coronavirus outbreak, sellers online are offering fake coronavirus vaccines and masks marked up 20 times...

Coronavirus halts Class of 2020 from participating in rites of passage

CORONAVIRUS HALTS CLASS OF 2020 FROM PARTICIPATING IN RITES OF PASSAGE

Everyone is adjusting to the changes and uncertainty due to the coronavirus pandemic, and for high school seniors, this is a particularly...

 
 
 
Another Baltimore school staff member tests positive for coronavirus

ANOTHER BALTIMORE SCHOOL STAFF MEMBER TESTS POSITIVE FOR CORONAVIRUS

Another Baltimore City Public Schools staff member has tested positive for the coronavirus.

Some Maryland nursing homes report confirmed cases of coronavirus

SOME MARYLAND NURSING HOMES REPORT CONFIRMED CASES OF CORONAVIRUS

More Maryland nursing homes have reported cases of coronavirus.

 
 
 
Will partly cloudy skies clear up Thursday?

WILL PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES CLEAR UP THURSDAY?

Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer shows how Thursday will be breezy and cool in Maryland.

Baltimore Restaurant Relief Fund to raise money for hospitality industry

BALTIMORE RESTAURANT RELIEF FUND TO RAISE MONEY FOR HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY

A new effort to raise money for Baltimore's struggling restaurants and their displaced workers will get a boost from one of the city's...

 
 
 
Where to get tested for coronavirus in Maryland

WHERE TO GET TESTED FOR CORONAVIRUS IN MARYLAND

Three Maryland Vehicle Emissions Inspection Program locations officially opened Wednesday to test residents for the coronavirus.

Beloved volunteer for Special Olympics Maryland dies from coronavirus

BELOVED VOLUNTEER FOR SPECIAL OLYMPICS MARYLAND DIES FROM CORONAVIRUS

As the number of coronavirus deaths continues to rise in Maryland, the Special Olympics Organization was stunned to learn a longtime...

 
 
 
City's BOE approves plan to allow surveillance planes to assist in crime fight

CITY'S BOE APPROVES PLAN TO ALLOW SURVEILLANCE PLANES TO ASSIST IN CRIME FIGHT

Following a long and lively discussion Wednesday morning, the Baltimore City Board of Estimates approved a plan to allow surveillance...

AACPS works to get Chromebooks to students, distributes packets in interim

AACPS WORKS TO GET CHROMEBOOKS TO STUDENTS, DISTRIBUTES PACKETS IN INTERIM

Anne Arundel County is taking a critical step to help make at home learning go a little smoother.

 
 
 
Light jacket needed Wednesday afternoon

LIGHT JACKET NEEDED WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON

Meteorologist Tony Pann says you will need a light jacket Wednesday afternoon if you have to leave your house.

ShopRite parent company hiring hundreds across mid-Atlantic area

SHOPRITE PARENT COMPANY HIRING HUNDREDS ACROSS MID-ATLANTIC AREA

Wakefern Food Corp. and its cooperative members have kicked off a major hiring push to fill a variety of positions at both retail stores...

 
 
 
Elliot Stabler is back in a 'Law & Order: SVU' spinoff

ELLIOT STABLER IS BACK IN A 'LAW & ORDER: SVU' SPINOFF

It's been nine years since audiences have seen Elliot Stabler. Now, the character is back in a "Law & Order: SUV" spinoff.

How Census Bureau is reacting during coronavirus pandemic

HOW CENSUS BUREAU IS REACTING DURING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

The 2020 Census counting is still going on, although most of it is online for now.

 
 
 
Maryland Food Bank continues to operate during coronavirus pandemic

MARYLAND FOOD BANK CONTINUES TO OPERATE DURING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

While a lot of things are closed right now because of the coronavirus, a lot of agencies that help those in need are still up and running,...

Carnival seeks $6 billion as impacts of coronavirus devastates cruise industry

CARNIVAL SEEKS $6 BILLION AS IMPACTS OF CORONAVIRUS DEVASTATES CRUISE INDUSTRY

The cash should keep the company afloat for the next 12 to 13 months.

 
 
 
Westbound work on Bay Bridge complete, lanes reopen

WESTBOUND WORK ON BAY BRIDGE COMPLETE, LANES REOPEN

Early Wednesday, all three lanes on the westbound span were reopened to traffic.

Cool, cloudy Wednesday

COOL, CLOUDY WEDNESDAY

Meteorologist Ava Marie says Wednesday is cool and cloudy.

 
 
 
It's time to stop believing these 6 sleep myths

IT'S TIME TO STOP BELIEVING THESE 6 SLEEP MYTHS

No, you can't make up for lost hours with extra coffee - but there's plenty you can do to guarantee better sleep.

12 fascinating facts about people born in April

12 FASCINATING FACTS ABOUT PEOPLE BORN IN APRIL

It's Aries and Taurus season!

 
 
 



FDA Says Zantac Should Be Pulled From Market, Citing Cancer Risk

FDA Says Zantac Should Be Pulled From Market, Citing Cancer Risk

Major pharmacies had already pulled the popular heartburn drug and its generic equivalents due to a contaminant. Now the Food and Drug Administration says definitively they... Read more ...

Wimbledon tennis tournament canceled over coronavirus concerns

Wimbledon tennis tournament canceled over coronavirus concerns

The grass-court grand slam was due to begin on June 29, but a decision was made to scrap the event for the first time since World War II. Read more ...

New York City nurse says she worked for a week while infected with coronavirus

New York City nurse says she worked for a week while infected with coronavirus

She said her diagnosis went undetected because the hospitals where she worked have not been testing staff. Read more ...

Toilet paper spills onto Texas highway after truck catches fire

Toilet paper spills onto Texas highway after truck catches fire

No, this is not an April Fools' prank. A Texas interstate was closed early Wednesday morning after a tractor-trailer carrying a load of toilet paper crashed and caught fire. Read more ...

LIVE: Gov. Beshear gives update on COVID-19 outbreak across Kentucky

LIVE: Gov. Beshear gives update on COVID-19 outbreak across Kentucky

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear is expected to give an update on the COVID-19 outbreak across the Bluegrass. Read more ...

FDA Requests Heartburn Drug Zantac To Be Pulled From Market Immediately

FDA Requests Heartburn Drug Zantac To Be Pulled From Market Immediately

The US Food and Drug Administration is requesting that manufacturers pull all prescription and over-the-counter ranitidine drugs, known by the brand name Zantac, from the... Read more ...

Target, Trader Joe's and other stores close on Easter Sunday to give...

Target, Trader Joe's and other stores close on Easter Sunday to give employees break

Grocery store workers have been working around the clock to make sure shelves are stocked during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more ...

Virus forces Wimbledon cancellation for 1st time since WWII

Virus forces Wimbledon cancellation for 1st time since WWII

For the first time in its nearly century-and-a-half history, Wimbledon was canceled for a reason other than war, scrapped in 2020 on Wednesday because of the coronavirus pandemic. Read more ...

Florida Governor Issues Coronavirus Stay-At-Home Order

Florida Governor Issues Coronavirus Stay-At-Home Order

After mounting COVID-19 cases and public pressure, GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis finally took a step he previously said he was waiting for the White House to order. Read more ...

Rangers vet Choo giving $1K each to 191 Texas minor leaguers

Rangers vet Choo giving $1K each to 191 Texas minor leaguers

Rangers veteran Shin-Soo Choo is helping out financially strapped minor league players with the season on hold, giving $1,000 each to 191 of them who are in the Texas organization. Read more ...