• 10-Year-Old Mastiff Abandoned At Post Office Looking For Furever Home

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A 10-year-old mastiff is looking for a new family after he was abandoned at Baltimore post office.
    Durango, who was featured on WJZ Friday, is available for adoption through the Maryland SPCA.
    He was adopted before, but he was returned.
    He’s still looking for his furever family.
    He’s sweet, friendly gentle giant and he’s good with children.
    Durango was abandoned at the post office. The 10-year-old Mastiff is a wonderful, friendly dog who is really good w
  • Man Fatally Shot At Carryout In Windsor Mill

    BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) — A 27-year-old man was fatally shot Thursday night in Windsor Mill.
    An officer was flagged down by a person who directed him to the victim lying in the parking lot of a carryout food business in the 8000 block of Liberty Road at 11:56 p.m.
    The victim, who was identified as Artis Dewayne Holt, appeared to suffer from multiple gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
    Detectives from the Baltimore County Police Homicide say that minutes before the offi
  • New England Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Charged in Florida Prostitution Ring Bust

    New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is charged in Palm Beach County after being caught in a sex sting, according to police.
  • Mother, 9-Year-Old Son Killed, 5-Year-Old Girl Hospitalized After Crash

    WOODLAWN, Md. (WJZ) — A mother and her 9-year-old son were killed in a single-vehicle crash in Woodlawn Thursday. The woman’s 5-year-old daughter remains hospitalized in critical condition.
    According to Baltimore County Police, 29-year-old Tanja Tanesha Shields of Lochern, was driving in a 2017 Nissan Altima westbound on Gwynn Oak Avenue approaching Park Drive when she lost control of the car around 11:05 p.m.
    The Nissan drove over the median, crossed the eastbound lanes, struck a tr
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  • Computer Glitch Causes Delays For Southwest Customers

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A computer outage grounded flights across the country and at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport early Friday morning, creating delays for passengers.
    The problem has been fixed and flights have been taking off from BWI as of 6 a.m.
    Hi there, Michael. We're truly sorry for the delays this morning. Our Network Operations Control Team is aware of the issue and are working diligently to get you on your way as quickly as possible. We appreciate your patience while we work through t
  • ‘I’m Having Nightmares’ | Frederick Douglass High Coach Recovering After Shooting

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A high school assistant basketball coach said he’s still having nightmares after he was shot by man outside Frederick Douglass High School.
    “How am I feeling? Well, I’m very sore. I’m having nightmares,” said Michael Marks.
    Frederick Douglass High Staffer Hospitalized After Confronting Armed Suspect At The School’s Entrance
    “How am I feeling? Well, I’m very sore. I’m having nightmares.” The staff member and assis
  • A Weekend Guide To Baltimore Maryland

    Home to over 200 eclectic neighborhoods, the city of Baltimore is bustling with a significant contemporary subculture marrying the ultra modern with pre-existing old world charm. This transatlantic melting pot is filled to the brim with world-renowned museums, high-quality restaurants, and welcoming locals. Steeped in history, Baltimore was once called home by the likes of Edgar Allen Poe, Billie Holiday, Frederick Douglass, and the lyricist of our National Anthem, Francis Scott Key. You can see
  • 62-Year-Old Woman Missing For 2 Weeks In Baltimore

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A 62-year-old woman has been missing for two weeks and police are hoping the public can help locate her.
    Evelyn Boyd was last seen on Feb. 8 in the 2100 block of Mount Holly Street.
    She is 5-foot-6 and weighs 224 pounds.
    Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Evelyn Boyd is asked to call 911.
    Follow @WJZ on Twitter and like WJZ-TV | CBS Baltimore on Facebook
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  • Marylanders Think This Movie Should Win Best Picture At The Oscars

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Maryland’s top pick for the Oscars Best Picture award is Marvel’s Black Panther.
    As the 91st Oscars airs this Sunday, DirectTV tracked Google Trends and created a map that shows each state’s top pick for the Oscars Best Picture award.
    Black Panther is the biggest box-office hit of all nominees, pulling in $700 million. It’s also the first superhero movie to get a Best Picture nomination.
    Other honorable nominees include Bohemian Rhapsody, A St
  • Enoch Pratt Free Library Central Location Temporarily Closing

    BALTIMORE, Md. (WJZ) — The Enoch Pratt Free Library Central Library location will be closing from the public temporarily due to construction.
    The Central Library, located at the 400 Cathedral Street, is set to close from Friday, March 1 to Sunday, March 10.
    The closure is a part of the library’s $115 million dollar renovation project, which is expected to be complete in Fall of 2019.
    The library will reopen back to normal operating hours on Monday, March 11.
    Feel free to contact
  • Man Stabbed Multiple Times In What Police Call ‘Targeted Attack’

    BROOKLYN PARK, Md. (WJZ) — A man was stabbed in what police say was a “targeted attack” Thursday night in Brooklyn Park.
    Anne Arundel County Police responded to an adult male suffering from stab wounds around 8:50 p.m. on the 200 block of Doris Avenue.
    The victim was taken to a local hospital and is currently in stable condition.
    While officers were unable to find the suspect, detectives believe this was a targeted attack.
    If you have any information, please call the North
  • Violence Continues Overnight In Baltimore: 14 Shot, 5 Killed In 24 Hours

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — It’s been a violent 24 hours in Baltimore with 14 people shot; five of those victims died.
    Two more people were shot overnight.
    ‘It’s A Very Violent Day’ | 12 Shot, 4 Killed In Baltimore Thursday
    The first incident happened Feb. 21 at 8:30 a.m. in the 1700 block of North Longwood Street.
    A 20-year-old man was found unresponsive in his car with a gunshot wound to his neck. He was pronounced dead.
    Then at 11:08 a.m. officers responded to a Baltimore
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  • Gov. Hogan: No Trump Primary Challenge Without Major Shift

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he’s not launching a primary challenge against President Donald Trump unless the president’s political standing within his own party weakens dramatically.
    Hogan has emerged as the new best hope of a small group of so-called Never Trump Republicans seeking a prominent GOP official to take on Trump in 2020. He raised serious concerns about Trump’s leadership in a Thursday interview but said he had no interest in a “kamik
  • MICA Apologizes For Whites-Only Admission Policy That Barred Black Students In The Past

    BALTIMORE (AP) — The Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore has apologized for a past admission policy that barred black students.
    The Baltimore Sun reports school President Samuel Hoi publicly apologized Thursday in a memo that detailed some of the school’s racist history. The memo says the school was forced by “legal appointment” in 1891 to admit its first black student, which reportedly led to about 100 students dropping out.
    In 1895, the school adopted a white
  • Best Fits For NFL Free Agent Quarterbacks: Where Will Nick Foles, Teddy Bridgewater End Up?

    (CBS Local/CBS Philly) — The NFL’s new league year begins on Wednesday, March 13th, and teams can begin officially signing free agents at that point (though they can start negotiating on March 11th). As happens every year, some big names will be hitting the market. So over the next few weeks, we’ll be looking at the top free agents available at each position, while trying to pair them with the teams that need them the most.
    Today, we start with the most important position in th
  • Some Southwest Airline Passengers At BWI Delayed After Nationwide Computer Glitch

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A computer outage grounded flights across the country and at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport early Friday morning, creating delays for passengers.
    The problem has been fixed and flights have been taking off from BWI as of 6 a.m.
    Hi there, Michael. We're truly sorry for the delays this morning. Our Network Operations Control Team is aware of the issue and are working diligently to get you on your way as quickly as possible. We appreciate your patience while we work through t
  • ‘The Green Book’ Is More Than An Oscar-Nominated Film. It Was A Reality For Blacks In The 1960s.

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The film “The Green Book” is up for 5 Oscars, including Best Picture. It’s the story of a black musician and his white bodyguard traveling the Jim Crow South in the 60’s.
    They use ‘The Green Book’ to navigate.
    The film “The Green Book” is up for 5 Oscars
    That book cataloged where a black person was welcome to stop to eat or sleep — it also let blacks know where they weren’t welcome.
    The Green Book was real; and B
  • Weather Blog: Warmer Air Is On Its Way

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A nearly perfect Thursday after our winter storm passed through Wednesday.
    We warmed up to the mid and upper 50’s, which quickly eradicated most of the snow!
    Overnight, some clouds may produce a sprinkle or a shower, mainly across southern regions. Then, cooler air will make its way into the area on Friday.
    A cooler start to the weekend, with clouds which will give way to a period of rain later in the day, which could give us up to one-half inch of rain.
    By Sun
  • Charles Scored 31 As No. 8 Maryland Beats Minnesota 71-69

    COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Kaila Charles made a buzzer-beating layup to cap a furious comeback by No. 8 Maryland, which never led until that final basket sealed a 71-69 victory over Minnesota on Thursday night.
    The Terrapins trailed 54-38 in the third quarter, by 11 with 8:59 remaining and 67-60 with 1:58 to go before closing with an 11-2 run against the stunned Golden Gophers.
    Maryland (24-3, 13-3 Big Ten) began the day tied atop the conference with Iowa, which played a late game at Indiana
  • Md. Man Hits It Big At Maryland Live

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Maryland man is celebrating following a night of winning at Maryland Live Casino.
    Wendell Holmes, 55, of Bowie, Md., turned a $5 wager into a $686,142 win.
    Holmes hit the Super 4 Blackjack Progressive jackpot Feb. 15, at Maryland Live Casino with just a $5 wager.
    The Super 4 Progressive jackpot for Blackjack and Baccarat features a top jackpot starting at $50,000 and a must-hit jackpot guaranteed to hit by $500, all from a $5 wager.
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  • Caregiver Sentenced For Stealing, Fraudulently Using 88-Year-Old’s Credit Card

    UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (WJZ) — A Prince George’s County caregiver was convicted Thursday for stealing tens of thousands of dollars from a patient, according to officials.
    Paula Medley, 50, was sentenced to 10 years in prison and five years of supervised probation.
    Medley was previously found guilty by a Prince George’s County jury of obtaining property from a vulnerable adult between the amount of $10,000 to $100,000, theft scheme of $10,000 to $100,000 and identity fraud.
    In
  • ‘It’s A Very Violent Day’ | 12 Shot, 4 Killed In Baltimore Thursday

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore City Police say that 12 people have been shot, four people of whom were killed Thursday night.
    “It’s a very violent day,” Michael Harrison, acting Baltimore City Police Commissioner, said.
    Violence Continues Overnight In Baltimore: 16 Shot, 5 Killed In 24 Hours
    Police also say that four people were injured, and one person was killed in a single incident in west Baltimore.
    5 victims shot on 500 block of Bloom street – Baltimore police
  • Baltimore City Police Confirm Triple Shooting

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore City Police have confirmed a triple shooting at Pennsylvania Ave. and Bloom St., and Pennsylvania Ave. and School St.
    Police have also confirmed that all injuries are non-life threatening.
    This is a developing story, continue to stay with WJZ for the latest. 
    Follow @WJZ on Twitter and like WJZ-TV | CBS Baltimore on Facebook
  • 12 Shot, 4 Killed In Baltimore Overnight

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore City Police say that 12 people have been shot and four people have been killed Thursday night.
    “It’s a very violent day,” Michael Harrison, acting Baltimore City Police Commissioner, said.
    Police also say that four people were injured, and one person was killed in a single incident in west Baltimore.
    5 victims shot on 500 block of Bloom street – Baltimore police say 1 victim died @wjz#Baltimoreno suspects & no description at this
  • Maryland Legislators Seeks To Reintroduce Bill Arming School Officers

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The shooting at Frederick Douglass High School this month put a bill to have City School Police carrying weapons in school buildings back in play.
    On Feb. 8, an armed intruder wounded a staff member and was caught by school police supervisors who happened to be in the school at the time.
    “If they were not here and our unarmed police officer would have had to confront this gunman, what would we have had?” asked School Police FOP president, Clyde Boatwright.
    Bal
  • Chris Davis Ready To Move Past 2018 Struggles, Looks To New Campaign

    SARASOTA, Fl. (WJZ) — Chris Davis’ 47 home run season earned him a $161 million contract from the Baltimore Orioles, but since signing that contract he has struggled to produce at the plate.
    In 2016, Davis struck out 219 times, and in 2018, he hit just .168. Davis’ 2018 batting average was the worst of any hitter in Major League history.
    “I’m glad it’s over with,” Davis said. “I obviously went through a lot of things that tested me. Really tested m
  • Survey Calling Baltimore Motorists ‘Nation’s Worst Drivers’ Sees Local Reactions

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimoreans are reacting to a survey by Allstate insurance which said Baltimore motorists are the worst drivers in the nation in rain and snow.
    A lot of people sounded off in front of Miller’s Deli in Pikesville.
    “I think they need to take driving lessons,” said Debra Braffman of Randallstown. “I don’t think they know how to drive in the snow or in the rain.”
    Eric Pulley of Pikesville disagrees.
    “I don’t think so becau
  • Ruth Travis Inspires Breast Cancer Survivors, Dreams Of Opening Think Pink House

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore has seen Dr. Ruth Travis serve the community that she loves for many years, but she believes that her best work has yet to come.
    Travis has had a vision from the beginning. After retiring from being a Pastor for 25 years, she has a plan to build a Think Pink House for Breast Cancer survivors.
    “It was a calling because I found myself going to church for a passion for the Think Pink House,” she said. “Going to bed at night, thinking about th
  • 2 Women Accuse R. Kelly Of Sexual Misconduct At Baltimore After-Party In 1990s

    NEW YORK (AP) — Two women say singer R. Kelly picked them out of a crowd at a Baltimore after-party in the mid-1990s when they were underage and had sex with one of the teens although she was under the influence of marijuana and alcohol and could not consent.
    The women joined lawyer Gloria Allred in New York City on Thursday.
    Their accusations come six weeks after a Lifetime documentary series, “Surviving R. Kelly,” looked at old sexual misconduct allegations against Kelly.
    Lat
  • Roger Stone Gag Order Tightened Over Instagram Post

    The gag order imposed on longtime Trump confidante Roger Stone was tightened during a court hearing Thursday, a consequence of an image posted to Stone's Instagram account Monday depicting Judge Amy Berman Jackson with a symbol that resembled crosshairs behind her head. 
  • 1 Dead, 1 Injured After Shooting Near Pimlico

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore City police have confirmed that one of two people who walked into an area hospital Thursday afternoon for treatment following a shooting has died.
    Officers were called the hospital for a reported shooting victim.
    There, they found a man and woman suffering from gunshot wounds.
    The man died from his injuries. The 27-year-old woman is being treated for her own injuries.
    Investigators believe that both people were in the 5100 block of Chalgrove Ave. when they
  • Police Release Names Of Officers Who Fatally Shot Machete-Wielding Man In Aldi

    RANDALLSTOWN, Md. (WJZ) — Baltimore County Police have released the names of the officers who shot a machete-wielding man inside a Randallstown Aldi’s.
    Officer First Class Sands, a two and a half year veteran of the department, and Officer First Class Waugh, a three year veteran of the department, were the officials involved.
    Machete-Wielding Man Dies After Police-Involved Shooting At Aldi
    Neither officer had been involved in any previous shooting incidents in their careers.
    Acc
  • Baltimore Community Organization Calls On Mayor Pugh To End Marijuana Arrests With New Billboard

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A new rolling billboard rolled up to city hall, sponsored by a group that no one wants to belong to.
    Because membership costs everything.
    “My son Jaycee was murdered in 2017,” said Giselle Morch “So now I’m in the club, Mothers of Murdered Sons and Daughters.”
    What they’re asking the Mayor for is a change in policing, away from Marijuana busts, to increased murder investigations.
    “A lot of time and energy and resources are spent o
  • Parents of Slain Teacher Ask State Legislators To Change Laws Protecting Pregnant Women, Unborn Children

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — For the second time, the parents of a murdered teacher are asking state legislators to change laws aimed at protecting pregnant women and their unborn children.
    They want prosecutors to be able to charge for the murder of a child at any stage of development.
    “What we’re trying to do is be sure there are tools at the prosecutors’ disposal to have justice for both victims and their families,” said district 5 senator Justin Ready.
    For the Wallen
  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Kevin Smith And William Shatner Guest Star On An All-New ‘The Big Bang Theory’

    The Big Bang Theory returns with an all-new episode tonight at 8:00 PM ET/PT, only on CBS. Tonight’s episode features a litany of guests stars including Joe Manganiello, Kevin Smith, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and the show’s great white whale – William Shatner.
    Check out the clip above for a behind-the-scenes look at the series’ latest episode and be sure to tune in tonight to see Leonard, Sheldon, Penny and the gang mix it up on screen with these massive stars. Check you local
  • Police: Man Wearing Gorilla Suit Accused Of Breaking Into Home

    SULPHUR, La. (CBS Local) — A Louisiana man allegedly broke into a home while wearing a gorilla suit and is under arrest, authorities said.
    Jeremie Moran was found Feb. 13 wearing a black gorilla suit and hiding under a mattress in a home in Sulpher, according to police.
    Officers had responded to a call about a suspicious person in an all-black costume, who was looking through windows of homes and sneaking through yards, KPLC reported.
    Okay, then. https://t.co/Othhh5zptu
    — KNOE 8 News
  • Battle Over Comptroller’s Powers Centers On Regulation, Health

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — An ongoing battle between Maryland’s comptroller and lawmakers is focusing on the office’s regulatory powers over alcohol, tobacco, and gasoline and what’s best for the health of state residents.
    Comptroller Peter Franchot and sponsors of a measure to transfer regulatory powers to a commission held dueling news conferences Thursday.
    Franchot says the bill is political retribution for trying to help small craft brewers. He cited a Bureau of Revenue Es
  • Woman Arrested For Allegedly Shooting Pet llama That Attacked Her

    OPELOUSAS, La. (CBS Local) — A woman in Louisiana charged with animal cruelty said she shot her pet llama three times in self-defense.
    Madeline Bourgeois of Opelousas said she was working in her pasture Feb. 15 when her pet llama, Earl, attacked her, CBS affiliate KLFY reported.“Bourgeois stated she hit the llama repeatedly in an attempt to stop the attack,” the St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office said. “Once at the gate, she was finally able to exit the pasture, the
  • ‘The Twilight Zone’ Drops Official Trailer For New Series On CBS All Access

    Earlier today CBS All Access premiered the first official trailer for their new series, The Twilight Zone. This modern take on the classic series will feature Academy Award winner Jordan Peele as the host, filling the shoes of iconic original Rod Sterling. 
    See the trailer above for a sneak peak at the show and prepare to dive into the dimension of imagination when The Twilight Zone begins streaming April 1st, only on CBS All Access.
  • Customers Angry That Walmart Greeter With Cerebral Palsy May Lose His Job After Policy Change

    SELINSGROVE, Pa. (CBS Local) — A disabled Walmart employee in Pennsylvania fears he’ll soon be out of work after he was told his job description was changing to include tasks he is unable to do.
    Adam Catlin, who suffers from cerebral palsy, has been greeting customers at the Walmart in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania for about a decade. He loves his job and he is a customer favorite.
    “When the customers come in, I greet the customers. And then if they have a return, I scan it and put
  • Judge Orders Coast Guard Lt. Accused Of Terror Plot To Be Held, Gives 14 Days To File More Charges

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A judge has ordered the man accused of a domestic terror plot to be held, and has given prosecutors 14 days to file more charges that reflect terror plot allegations.
    The judge acknowledged the defense counsel’s argument that there is only one misdemeanor and felony charge, but no terror charges, but evidence currently weighs in favor of the government.
    The judge gave prosecutors 14 days to file more charges that reflect terror plot allegations.
    #Breaking Judge orde
  • Maryland State Government Hiring For Over 380 Job Openings

    MARYLAND (WJZ) — The Maryland State Government announced Thursday afternoon that it has over 380 job openings throughout the state in a wide variety of career fields.
    The positions range from administrative, to clerical, law enforcement to health care, and positions in automotive and human services.
    Those wishing to apply can visit the State of Maryland Job Openings webpage.
    Potential applicants can also create “interest cards” which will email them of openings in specific
  • 1 Injured In Essex Shooting

    ESSEX, Md. (WJZ) — Baltimore County Police are investigating after one person was brought to a local hospital with a gunshot wound Wednesday night.
    Police were dispatched to the hospital around 8:17 p.m.
    Police are working to determine the circumstances of the shooting, which was believed to have happened in a field near Kings Mill Apartments and Townhomes in the 1400 block of Hadwick Drive in Essex.
    The victim suffered a non-life-threatening gunshot wound to a lower extremity, police said
  • WWE Roster Changes, As NXT Takes Over Raw And SmackDown

    By Chuck Carroll
    (CBS NY/CBS Local) — WWE is in the midst of a major roster shakeup, the likes of which are typically only seen during the period shortly after WrestleMania. But in this new era of sports entertainment, Vince McMahon and company have pulled the trigger nearly two months early.
    Viewers of Monday Night RAW this week were surprised to see four of NXT’s biggest names hit the ring, including current NXT Champion, Tommaso Ciampa, and North American Champion, Johnny Gargano.
  • Olszewski Appoints New Baltimore County Administrative Officer

    TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) — County executive Johnny Olszewski announced at a press conference that Stacy Rodgers would serve as County Administrative Officer, a position responsible for the day-to-day operations of Baltimore County.
    A graduate of Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government Executive Leadership Institute, Rodgers has more than 28 years of experience in working with federal, state, and local government agencies and non-profit organizations.
    She also successf
  • Man Found Shot In The Neck In Southwest Baltimore Homicide

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Police are investigating a Thursday morning homicide after a man who had been shot in the neck was found in southwest Baltimore.
    Officers were called to the 1700 block of North Longwood St. at 8:30 a.m. for a non-responsive man inside of a car.
    There, the officers found the 20-year-old man with a gunshot wound to his neck.
    Medics who responded to the scene pronounced the man dead at the location.
    Detectives are urging anyone with information on the shooting to call t
  • Man Fatally Shot In The Neck In SW Baltimore

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Police are investigating a Thursday morning homicide after a man who had been shot in the neck was found in southwest Baltimore.
    Officers were called to the 1700 block of North Longwood St. at 8:30 a.m. for a non-responsive man inside of a car.
    There, the officers found the 20-year-old man with a gunshot wound to his neck.
    Medics who responded to the scene pronounced the man dead at the location.
    Detectives are urging anyone with information on the shooting to call t
  • Margaret Brennan On Hosting Face The Nation, President Trump & 2020 Election

    (CBS Local)– 2018 was one of the craziest years of Margaret Brennan’s life.
    She became the host of Face The Nation, a new mother and found herself in the middle of one of the most action-packed presidencies in American history. Each Sunday morning, Brennan talks with the top newsmakers from around the country and has even been one of the few network news anchors to interview President Donald J. Trump. She is still trying to get the hang of balancing everything in her life.
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  • Heart Attacks Are On The Rise Among Young Women, Study Shows

    (CNN) — The risk of having a heart attack appears to be rising among young women, according to a new study, and researchers are trying to figure out why.
    When analyzed across five-year intervals, the overall proportion of heart attack-related hospital admissions in the United States attributable to young patients, ages 35 to 54, steadily climbed from 27% in 1995-99 to 32% in 2010-14, with the largest increase observed in young women, according to the study, published recently in the journa
  • Reba McEntire On The ACM Awards: ‘Like A Big Old Family Reunion’

    Reba McEntire will celebrate her very own Sweet 16 this April as she hosts the ACM Awards for a record 16th time. This year’s awards will mark the show’s 54th anniversary and will feature performances from the biggest names in country music, including Ms. McEntire herself.
    CBS Local spoke with McEntire to discuss what makes Las Vegas such a special place for the awards to be held, her new album and what it means to her to be welcomed back to the ACMs stage year after year.
    CBS: This

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