Police identify suspect in Towson hit-and-run and car theft as a 19-year-old manBaltimore County Police identified the suspect in an incident Monday afternoon that resulted in the Towson University campus being locked down.
School bus routes canceled in Anne Arundel County as bus drivers’ strike continuesBus drivers told WJZ they plan to return to work tomorrow, but will continue to push for better conditions.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott remains in quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19Mayor Brandon Scott would feel good and continue to work from home.
Columbia ranked America’s safest city by WallethubBaltimore ranked 164th out of 180 cities.
Baltimore, one of four pilot cities to test postal banking programBaltimore is one of four to test the USPS banking program.
New legislation to introduce digital billboards in parts of downtown BaltimoreHow about the feel of Times Square but downtown Baltimore?
“Fall, Family, Fun”: Beachmont Corn Maze Open for Business in Kingsvilleit’s all in the air and the Corn Mazes are open to business across Maryland.
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Anne Arundel County school bus drivers on strike, demanding better working conditionsAccording to Anne Arundel County Public Schools, 80 routes are affected by the strike.
Judge orders Jeffrey Burnham’s extradition to Maryland to face charges in 3 murdersJeffrey Burnham, the Allegany County man suspected of killing three people, including his brother and sister-in-law, will be extradited to Maryland to face charges, a West Virginia judge said on Tuesday.
COVID-19 in Maryland: over 8 million doses administeredMaryland takes another step forward in its fight against the coronavirus.
Former Governor Hogan’s chief of staff Roy McGrath on charges of fraud and embezzlementFormer Gov. Larry Hogan chief of staff Roy McGrath was charged with federal fraud and embezzlement on Tuesday after receiving severance pay of more than $ 200,000 for stepping down as CEO of the Maryland Environmental Service for the governor’s office, and would have represented that Hogan had approved it. Katie Johnston reports.
Suspect charged with road rage, assault officer in TowsonTowson University campus was closed Monday afternoon after the incident
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County manager Anne Arundel says drivers must earn living wages on second day of bus drivers’ strike“We will not solve the driver shortage problem in this county until we solve the fact that these jobs do not pay a living wage,” said county manager Steuart Pittman.
Woman injured in face in south Baltimore, police sayA 48-year-old woman was shot in the face early Tuesday morning in south Baltimore, police said. Katie Johnston reports.
WJZ Morning News and Weather: October 5, 2021The latest news and weather from WJZ
Anne Arundel County school bus drivers on strike, demanding better working conditionsDozens of school buses are not operating in Anne Arundel County on Tuesday due to a strike by bus drivers.
Weather blog: October fog is comingMarty’s blog
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