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 2020-10-01 23:09 

WJZ

[ CBS Baltimore ]

Free Fall Baltimore To Show Case Arts & Culture For Residents, Visitors...

The Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts has kicked off the start of Free Fall Baltimore....

 2020-10-01 23:05 

WMAR

[ ABC Baltimore ]

Trump cancels Wisconsin rally amid surge in COVID-19 cases...

President Donald Trump canceled a planned appearance in western Wisconsin amid calls from the city's mayor and the state's governor, both Democrats, that he not hold a rally amid a surge in coronavirus cases....

 2020-10-01 23:05 

WBAL-TV 11

How Black Women Build Baltimore is restoring homes for the future...

One house at a time, one homeowner at a time...

 2020-10-01 22:51 

WBOC

[ Salisbury ]

Cambridge 16 Year-Old Receives Ballot, Company Says It's No Mistake...

With just about a month left before the November election, some voters in Cambridge recently received a surprise in the mail....

 2020-10-01 22:47 

WJZ

[ CBS Baltimore ]

Health Officials Remind Marylanders To 'Answer The Call' From COVID-19 Contact Tracers...

For the first time since the pandemic began, Maryland has reported zero COVID-19 deaths in the last 24 hours....

 2020-10-01 22:47 

Baltimore Sun

Maryland allows child care centers to expand capacity as part of economic recovery plan...

The Maryland State Department of Education will allow child care centers to operate at pre-pandemic capacity to support the state's economic recovery....

 2020-10-01 22:47 

WMAR

[ ABC Baltimore ]

Ohio police officer charged with filming nude child...

The officer faces two criminal felony counts....

 2020-10-01 22:45 

Maryland Daily Record

Rethinking regional train service...

Back in the early 1970s, while a relatively new member of the staff of the Regional Planning Council (a predecessor to today's Baltimore Metropolitan Council), I had occasional interaction with the chairman of the council, Milton H. "Mickey" M...

 2020-10-01 22:39 

Maryland Daily Record

Md. needs more entrepreneurs for COVID-19 recovery...

Contrary to what you may expect, the COVID-19 pandemic has not slowed down entrepreneurial activity in America. This is good news, because states heavily affected by the pandemic need more entrepreneurs to boost economic recovery. According to the D.C.-ba...

 2020-10-01 22:39 

WBAL-TV 11

Amazon removes 'stand back and stand by' merchandise...

Amazon has pulled merchandise featuring the words "stand back" and "stand by."...

 2020-10-01 22:37 

WBOC

[ Salisbury ]

DE Relief Grants Launch Second Round of Applications...

WBOC TV 16 is Delmarva's number one source for breaking news, local news, weather, sports, education and traffic information. WBOC covers Delaware and the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia....

 2020-10-01 22:37 

WBOC

[ Salisbury ]

Students in Salisbury Sign Petition to Receive Rent Forgiveness from Off-Campus Housing During the Pandemic...

Its the first day of the month which for many renters this means its time to pay rent. However, due to the pandemic, this has become more difficult for students in our area. We spoke to students who s...

 2020-10-01 22:29 

WMAR

[ ABC Baltimore ]

Allstate announces plan to lay off 3,800 employees...

Allstate Insurance announced on Wednesday that they are planning to lay off 3,800 employees....

 2020-10-01 22:29 

WBAL-TV 11

Restaurants prepare for statewide styrofoam ban...

There are several new laws that are now in effect across the state Thursday; one of the laws is a statewide ban on polystyrene in Maryland, the first of its kind in the nation....

 2020-10-01 22:28 

WJZ

[ CBS Baltimore ]

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Resumes Practice With COVID-19 Safety Precautions In Place...

In July, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra canceled all concerts through November 29 due to the coronavirus pandemic....

 2020-10-01 22:26 

WBAL-TV 11

Timeline: Coronavirus in Maryland...

Here's what you need to know about the coronavirus in Maryland....

 2020-10-01 22:25 

WBFF

[ FOX Baltimore ]

New IG report indicates BLM Patterson Park artwork removed due to 'miscommunication'...

BALTIMORE (WBFF) A new report from the city's watchdog showed there was not malicious intent behind the removal of a Black Lives Matter art installation that sparked racism-concerns over the summer. The artwork was installed in Patterson Park but was ...

 2020-10-01 22:24 

Capital Gazette

U.S. House passes up to $92 million in Chesapeake Bay cleanup funding; advocates expect Trump to sign...

The House of Representatives unanimously passed a conservation bill Thursday that would reauthorize up to $92 million in annual funding through 2025 for the Chesapeake Bay cleanup program....

 2020-10-01 22:24 

Baltimore Sun

U.S. House passes up to $92 million in Chesapeake Bay cleanup funding; advocates expect Trump to sign...

The House of Representatives unanimously passed a conservation bill Thursday that would reauthorize up to $92 million in annual funding through 2025 for the Chesapeake Bay cleanup program....

 2020-10-01 22:20 

WBAL-TV 11

Police investigate double shooting in West Baltimore...

Baltimore police are investigating a shooting that spans three crime scenes....

 2020-10-01 22:16 

WBAL-TV 11

19 indicted in drug-trafficking investigation possibly linked to killing of Gerald Brown...

A group of 19 people in Baltimore City and Baltimore County face charges for their supposed roles in a large drug trafficking ring....

 2020-10-01 22:14 

The Cumberland Times-News

Allegany County launches text 911 service...

CUMBERLAND — Allegany County's emergency center now has the capability to receive 911 calls through text messaging....

 2020-10-01 22:12 

Capital Gazette

Harford County high school sports seasons won't start until February; 'virtual athletics' to begin Oct. 12...

Harford County Public Schools won't start competitive high school sports seasons again until February, the school system announced Thursday, but it will begin "virtual athletics" on Oct. 12....

 2020-10-01 22:12 

Baltimore Sun

Harford County high school sports seasons won’t start until February; ‘virtual athletics’ to begin Oct. 12...

Harford County Public Schools won't start competitive high school sports seasons again until February, the school system announced Thursday, but it will begin "virtual athletics" on Oct. 12....

 2020-10-01 22:10 

WMAR

[ ABC Baltimore ]

Conservative hoaxers face charges over false voter robocalls...

Jacob Wohl, 22, and Jack Burkman, 54, each were charged Thursday with four felony counts in Detroit....

 2020-10-01 22:09 

Capital Gazette

With clock ticking on decision for kids to return to school, Harford parents still have plenty of questions...

An FAQ was scheduled to go out to elementary school parents Thursday night so they have more information as they make their decision Friday about whether to send their children back for hybrid classes, school system officials said....

 2020-10-01 22:09 

Baltimore Sun

With clock ticking on decision for kids to return to school, Harford parents still have plenty of questions...

An FAQ was scheduled to go out to elementary school parents Thursday night so they have more information as they make their decision Friday about whether to send their children back for hybrid classes, school system officials said....

 2020-10-01 22:09 

WBAL-TV 11

Historic Lexington Market undergoes renovations, new vendors wanted...

The historic Lexington Market is undergoing a major renovation and the marketplace is looking for new businesses to set up shop inside once those developments are complete....

 2020-10-01 22:08 

Capital Gazette

Maryland House workgroup debates potential policing bills, including requiring body cameras, regular mental health checks...

A package of bills that would increase regulation of policing is beginning to take shape within a Maryland House of Delegates workgroup....

 2020-10-01 22:08 

Baltimore Sun

Maryland House workgroup debates potential policing bills, including requiring body cameras, regular mental health checks...

A package of bills that would increase regulation of policing is beginning to take shape within a Maryland House of Delegates workgroup....

 2020-10-01 22:05 

WBAL-TV 11

Maryland gets earliest start in nation to count mail-in ballots...

Maryland is getting the earliest start in the nation when it comes to canvassing ballots....

 2020-10-01 22:03 

WBAL-TV 11

President Trump opposes changing debate rules but will still attend...

"There shouldn't be any changes," said Trump campaign communications strategist Jason Miller. "We don't want any changes."...

 2020-10-01 22:00 

Capital Gazette

Review: Was there humor in the chaos? How late-night TV handled the Trump-Biden debate....

The late-night network hosts, watching what passed for a presidential debate Tuesday night, had to be regretting their decision to go live with their comedy shows afterward....

 2020-10-01 22:00 

Capital Gazette

Cocktail of the Week: Orange Cardinal...

Orange Cardinals are strong and pack a powerful punch, making it the perfect one-drink jolt to get the Friday rolling....

 2020-10-01 21:58 

WBFF

[ FOX Baltimore ]

Robbery suspect attacked woman, stole cellphone and wallet, say Baltimore Police...

BALTIMORE (WBFF) - Baltimore City Police say are looking for the person they say attacked a woman in Fells Point and stole her wallet and cellphone. Police say an image of the suspect was captured on video. The attack happened on September 23, 2020 at abo...

 2020-10-01 21:56 

Capital Gazette

Conservative hoaxers face felony charges over Michigan robocalls that said voting by mail could lead to arrest, debt collection and vaccination...

Notorious conservative operatives are charged with felonies in connection with false robocalls that aimed to dissuade residents in Detroit and other cities from voting by mail....

 2020-10-01 21:55 

Baltimore Sun

Westminster man allegedly sought child porn from 15-year-old girl he met at church camp...

A 41-year-old Westminster man is accused of soliciting child pornography from a 15-year-old girl he met while working as a church camp counselor in Pennsylvania....

 2020-10-01 21:53 

WBAL-TV 11

Ravens lock 5-year deal with Marlon Humphrey...

The Baltimore Ravens have locked up All Pro cornerback Marlon Humphrey with a five-year contract extension....

 2020-10-01 21:50 

WBAL-TV 11

Morning showers to give way to sunshine...

Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer says showers will end Friday morning and give way to some sunshine in Maryland....

 2020-10-01 21:48 

WMAR

[ ABC Baltimore ]

Rock band AC/DC is back and ready to rock...

AC/DC is "Back in Black." The Australian rock band announced on social media Wednesday that they are reuniting....

 2020-10-01 21:48 

WBAL-TV 11

Universities form social justice alliance in memory of Richard Collins III...

The University of Maryland and Bowie State University launched a historic social justice alliance....

 2020-10-01 21:47 

WBFF

[ FOX Baltimore ]

IG report shows DPW wasted $800K in taxpayer money...

BALTIMORE (WBFF) - As trash piles up in Baltimore neighborhoods and streets, so does frustration. A report released by the Inspector General revealed $800,000 in taxpayer money, wasted. RELATED | "With DPW, a lot of times things have just been done a ...

 2020-10-01 21:46 

WBAL-TV 11

Amazon has had nearly 20,000 workers test positive for COVID-19 this year...

The behemoth online retailer Amazon shared Thursday that 19,816 employees within the company have tested positive for COVID-19....

 2020-10-01 21:45 

WBAL-TV 11

CJ's Crabhouse, an Owings Mills favorite, closes after four decades...

CJ's Crabhouse, an icon in the Owings Mills area that has been open more than four decades, shut its doors after struggling financially because of the coronavirus pandemic....

 2020-10-01 21:44 

WJZ

[ CBS Baltimore ]

Lawmakers Introduce Bill To Provide Groups Resources To Respond To Mental Health Crises...

A group of lawmakers is hoping new legislation will move forward providing additional mental health resources in the wake of several police-involved shootings of those in distress across the country....

 2020-10-01 21:42 

WMAR

[ ABC Baltimore ]

September sees increase in COVID-19 cases among young adults...

New CDC research shows that coronavirus infections among people aged 18 to 22 jumped up 55 percent from August to September....

 2020-10-01 21:40 

WMAR

[ ABC Baltimore ]

Ascension Saint Agnes Hospital dedicates COVID-19 time capsule, memorial...

The capsule includes items team members say will help tell their story of caregiving during the pandemic for future generations....

 2020-10-01 21:39 

WMAR

[ ABC Baltimore ]

First Celebree School franchisee breaks ground...

The Owings Mills location is scheduled to open in June of 20-21....

 2020-10-01 21:38 

WMAR

[ ABC Baltimore ]

Airbnb invites you to stay in the underworld in Hell, Michigan to celebrate Halloween...

For $31, a family can rent the "Mayor's Lair," which promises to be spooky....

 2020-10-01 21:38 

Capital Gazette

Baltimore to restructure park rangers program after Inspector General report on removal of Black Lives Matter murals...

The city's investigation, which stemmed from a complaint relating to the murals' removal, took a deeper look at the city's park ranger program. It uncovered other incidents of misconduct, for which at least two Recreation and Parks employees w...

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