• Weather Blog: Blast Of Winter Closes Out Week

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A cold end to the week with a snowfall that averaged about three quarters of an inch to about an inch or more in a few spots.
    Due to the cold temperatures, any untreated roadways and sidewalks are ice and snow covered Friday night, so caution is advised.
    Tomorrow, and for the next 5 days, we will see much warmer air flood into the region.
    Most of today’s snow, will be gone by the end of the weekend. We may reach into the 50’s next week!
    Have a nice weekend, bu
  • Suspect In Deadly Virginia Car Attack Faces Upgraded Charge

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — The man accused of driving into a crowd protesting a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville faces a new charge of first-degree murder after a court hearing Thursday in which prosecutors presented surveillance video and other evidence against him.
    Prosecutors announced at the start of a preliminary hearing for James Alex Fields that they were seeking to upgrade the second-degree murder charge he previously faced in the Aug. 12 collision in Charlottesville tha
  • Maryland Agency Announces Oyster Restoration Plan

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland has announced a new plan for oyster restoration.
    The Maryland Department of Natural Resources released the plan Friday. It intends to recommend Breton Bay and the upper St. Mary’s River as the fourth and fifth tributaries to satisfy the state’s commitment to restoring native oyster habitat and populations in five tributaries by 2025.
    The department says the selection complements ongoing large-scale oyster restoration activities in Harris Creek, th
  • Baltimore Police Arrest ‘Shooting Spree’ Suspect After Pursuit Through City

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– An active shooter with an assault-style rifle and a handgun led police on a pursuit through West Baltimore for at least 20 minutes, ending with a man being arrested Friday. 
    “I don’t know what was going through this guy’s mind. I don’t know if he’s just a reckless criminal — hell bent on harming other people — I don’t know if he’s mentally ill, I don’t know if he’s both,” said Baltimore City Polic
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  • SportsLine’s Top Weekend Picks: Can Cowboys Win A Must-Win?

    Boise State Broncos vs. Oregon Ducks (Las Vegas Bowl)Saturday, December 16, 3:30 pm ET
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    In what’s the top bowl game of the opening Saturday of the bowl season, Oregon will announce to the world that the Ducks of old are back, and will be as good as ever under new permanent head coach Mario Cristobal. The Ducks were 6-1 with quarterback Justin Herbert healthy, averaging 52.1 points per game in the process. Boise State has been decent against the pass this year (44th nationally),
  • Howard Co. Student Wins Congressional App Challenge For Md’s 7th District

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– When congressional leaders asked high school students to develop a meaningful and useful computer program, over 4,000 high school students responded.
    A Howard County student has been chosen as the winner of the 2017 Congressional App Challenge for Maryland 7th District for his disaster mapping app.
    “It shows the areas that had the greatest difference in the amount of infrastructure before and after the storm,” said 16-year-old app creator Luke Mann.
    M
  • Baltimore Veterinarian Charged With Animal Cruelty

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Baltimore veterinarian has been charged with multiple counts of animal cruelty and witnesses intimidation while working at an animal hospital.
    Baltimore Police say Gregory Burbelo, 57, was involved in several incidents at the Boston Street Animal Hospital in October and November. On Nov. 3, Burbelo allegedly used his hands to attack a dog inside the hospital. On the same day, Burbelo is accused of using a clipboard to attack another dog. On Oct. 28, authoritie
  • Is ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ Romantic Or Example Of Rape Culture?

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The seasonal duet “Baby It’s Cold Outside” has been the topic of debate in recent years because of modern contextual interpretations of the popular song written by Frank Loesser in 1944.
    For some, the song portrays a man — identified as “Wolf” — badgering and ignoring the protests of a woman — identified as “Mouse” — which may be interpreted as sexual coercion. The lyrics can be alarming to a modern au
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  • Snow Covers Region; Icy Conditions Expected Overnight

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– A Winter Weather Advisory has been canceled after snow and sleet moved across Maryland Friday afternoon, creating a messy rush hour commute.
    Drivers were met with icy road conditions during the evening commute with snow accumulations of one to two inches. Low temperatures allowed snow to stick to the roads, causing slick spots.
    Traffic was gridlocked much of the afternoon, and several minor accidents were reported.
    A salt truck’s load overturned on I-95 North near La
  • Civilian oversight panel required by Baltimore consent decree behind schedule amid internal dissension - Baltimore Sun

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    A panel of local residents tasked with reviewing civilian oversight of Baltimore's police department as part of the city's consent decree with the U.S. Department of Justice has fallen behind schedule and is in the process of requesting more time to ...
  • Another 8-Planet Solar System Discovered 2,500 Light Years Away

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Since the demotion of Pluto from planet to dwarf planet, our solar system is made up of eight planets. It turns out that number is no longer unique.
    Another eight-planet solar system has been discovered orbiting a star 2,500 light years away called the Kepler-90 System. It was first believed to be made up of seven planets. Like all other exo-planets discovered, these have never been directly seen.
    Instead the Kepler Space Telescope infers their existence by measuring the s
  • Former Liquor Board Official Pleads Guilty To Bribery-Related Charges

    GREENBELT, Md. (AP) — A former Prince George’s County liquor board commissioner has pleaded guilty to charges related to bribery.
    The Maryland U.S. Attorney’s Office said Anuj Sud pleaded guilty Friday in U.S. District Court in Greenbelt.
    Authorities say Sud traveled to Washington, D.C., in July 2015 to hold a meeting at which he intended to create a future bribery relationship. In September, authorities say he solicited bribes from a person who had been present at the July mee
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  • Winter Weather Advisory In Effect Today; Up To 2 Inches Expected

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from 1 p.m. Friday afternoon to 7 p.m.
    On #WJZ advisory in effect till 7pm tonight. Watch for slick untreated roads. pic.twitter.com/E1TrJkaAvx
    — Bob Turk WJZ-TV 13 (@TurkWJZ) December 15, 2017The counties included in the advisory include Anne Arundel, Carroll, Central and Southeast Howard, Central and Southeast Montgomery, Frederick, Northern Baltimore, Northwest Harford, Northwest Howard, Northwest Montgomery, Prince Georges,
  • Former On-Air Personality Says ESPN Was Hostile Workplace

    BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) — A former ESPN personality is accusing the network of trying to silence her and other women who assert they were subjected to a sexually hostile work environment.
    Adrienne Lawrence made the accusation in a tweet Friday after ESPN published a friendly text message exchange between her and an anchor she had accused of misconduct.
    Lawrence, who served a fellowship at ESPN, filed a complaint this summer with the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportun
  • Need to Know: Browns hope banged up secondary can play vs. Baltimore - ClevelandBrowns.com

    Need to Know: Browns hope banged up secondary can play vs. Baltimore
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    Cornerbacks Jamar Taylor (foot) is questionable and Briean Boddy-Calhoun (knee) is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Ravens, according to the team's final injury report. Cleveland could also be without backup Darius Hillary (knee), who is ...and more »
  • MAP: Baltimore fire fatalities in 2017 - Baltimore Sun

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    MAP: Baltimore fire fatalities in 2017
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    Baltimore has experienced more fatal fires in 2017 than at any point in the past five years, and is nearing the end of one of the worst years on record for fire deaths. The city has reported 28 fire-related deaths through Friday, after the cause all ...
  • Ravens defense seeking to play tighter coverage on tight ends - Baltimore Sun

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    Ravens defense seeking to play tighter coverage on tight ends
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    Jesse James #81 of the Pittsburgh Steelers makes a catch in front of Eric Weddle #32 of the Baltimore Ravens in the second half on Sunday. (Joe Sargent / Getty Images). Edward LeeContact ReporterThe Baltimore Sun. Among the myriad of factors that ...
    Chilly, possibly rainy for Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens Sunday game at FirstEnergy stadiumcleveland.com (blog)
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  • Cops: Suspect opened fire at random during Baltimore police chase ... - CBS News

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    Cops: Suspect opened fire at random during Baltimore police chase ...
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    The chase was captured on dramatic live video by a news helicopter; two people were shot and a police officer wounded.
    Baltimore police arrest driver after car chase, shootings that ended ...Baltimore Sun
    Baltimore shooting suspect captured ending high-speed chase through area; 2 arrestedWJLA
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  • Former Liquor Board Official Expected To Plead Guilty

    GREENBELT, Md. (AP) — Court filings say a former Prince George’s County liquor board commissioner is scheduled to plead guilty to violating the travel act to collect cash kickbacks.
    The Washington Post reports that court documents filed by federal prosecutors this week say Anuj Sud is expected to admit Friday to violating the travel act by going between Maryland and Washington, D.C., to collect kickbacks that he allegedly referred to as “wedding gifts” in exchange fo
  • Grand Jury: Penn State Showed ‘Shocking Apathy’ To Drinking

    BELLEFONTE, Pa. (AP) — A grand jury’s report in the wake of a fraternity pledge’s drinking death said Friday that Penn State officials displayed “a shocking apathy” to dangers from excessive drinking and that its inaction allowed criminal acts to occur.
    The report was released by a district attorney in Pennsylvania and recommends a series of changes that the school should undertake in the wake of the death of 19-year-old Tim Piazza in February.
    A Penn State spokesma
  • Did Baltimore really 'unfreeze' 225 police officer positions? - Baltimore Sun

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    Did Baltimore really 'unfreeze' 225 police officer positions?
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    When she came into office a year ago, Mayor Catherine Pugh says one of the first things she did was instruct the police department to unfreeze 225 officer positions. Pugh had inherited the frozen positions from former Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake ...and more »
  • Baltimore Police Arrest ‘Shooting Spree’ Suspect After Pursuit Throughout City

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– A high-speed chase throughout West Baltimore that lasted for at least 20 minutes ended with a man being arrested Friday.The suspect was arrested in the 1800 block of Gwynns Falls Parkway.
    The suspect’s car sped through traffic lights, narrowly missing pedestrians and collided with at least one vehicle.
    A police officer ran to the car when it finally came to a stop at an intersection. The officer pulled the driver out and wrestled him to the ground.
    BPD spokesman T.J.
  • Fire Officials Release Cause Of Death In Fire That Killed Baltimore Mother, 2 Daughters

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Friday, fire officials say a Baltimore mother and her two daughters died from thermal injuries and smoke inhalation.
    Wednesday, Baltimore City Fire officials say just after 1 a.m., firefighters responded to the fire in the 700 block of E. Coldspring Lane.
    Four-year-old Layla, was in critical condition at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where she was on life support and in a coma, but died Thursday, a day after her mother, Alicia Even, and her 5-year-old sister Amani.
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  • 'Those girls just loved her': Baltimore woman, daughters killed in house fire are remembered as happy family - Baltimore Sun

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    'Those girls just loved her': Baltimore woman, daughters killed in house fire are remembered as happy family
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    Alicia Evans and her two daughters, Layla Mullen and Amani Mullen, died of injuries sustained in a Wednesday morning house fire. (Photo courtesy of Rodney Middleton.) Talia RichmanContact ReporterThe Baltimore Sun. Alicia Evans loved animals, Taco Bell ...and more »
  • WATCH: Car leads police on high-speed chase through Baltimore - WHIO

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    WATCH: Car leads police on high-speed chase through Baltimore
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    Baltimore, Maryland — Police have arrested a shooting suspect who attempted to flee officers by initiating a lengthy chase through the city according to the Baltimore CBS affiliate. The suspect was eventually arrested in the 1800 block of Gwynn Falls ...and more »
  • College Basketball Games To Watch: UNC Takes On UT In Knoxville

    By Steve Silverman
    Teams are preparing for their conference schedule at this point of year, but the next couple of weeks will see a menu of notable interconference games and holiday tournaments.
    Once the conference schedules begin in earnest, the games become more competitive and entertaining, but interconference games may be the most informative when making end-of-season judgments about which teams belong in the NCAA tournament and where they should be seeded.
    Saturday, December 16
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  • Baltimore Police Arrest Shooting Suspect After Pursuit Throughout City

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– City police have arrested a shooting suspect who attempted to flee from officers throughout Baltimore City in a vehicle.
    The suspect was arrested in the 1800 block of Gwynns Falls Parkway.
    .@BaltimorePolice in pursuit of suspect wanted in shooting. Active situation. We’re gathering details.
    — T.J. Smith (@TJSmithMedia) December 15, 2017BPD spokesman T.J. Smith said the incident originated in Northwest Baltimore.
    This originated in the NW District near Wabash an
  • Winter weather postpones Friday's athletic events throughout the area - Baltimore Sun

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    Winter weather postpones Friday's athletic events throughout the area
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    A Baltimore city snow plow truck is loaded with salt at the city transportation lot on Falls Road. (Barbara Haddock Taylor / Baltimore Sun). Glenn GrahamContact ReporterThe Baltimore Sun. Privacy Policy. The anticipated winter weather has caused all ...
    Weather Decision From Baltimore County Public Schools On Dec 15Patch.comall 9 news articles »
  • Police investigating after woman's body found in Northwest Baltimore trash can - Baltimore Sun

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    Police investigating after woman's body found in Northwest Baltimore trash can
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    Baltimore Police are investigating the discovery of a woman's body wrapped in a blanket in a trash can outside a vacant home in Northwest Baltimore on Thursday, police said Friday. Police were called to the 5400 block of Jonquil Ave., in the city's ...
  • Police Recover Loaded Gun, Shrooms From Baltimore Man - CBS Baltimore / WJZ

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    Police Recover Loaded Gun, Shrooms From Baltimore Man
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    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– City police arrested a man after finding shrooms and a semi-automatic gun in his home Wednesday. Baltimore officers executed a search and seizure warrant in the 300 block of South Payson Street, where they recovered a loaded 9 mm semi ...
  • Police Recover Loaded Gun, Shrooms From Baltimore Man

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– City police arrested a man after finding shrooms and a semi-automatic gun in his home Wednesday.
    Baltimore officers executed a search and seizure warrant in the 300 block of South Payson Street, where they recovered a loaded 9 mm semi-automatic handgun and two plastic bags with psilocybin mushrooms (shrooms).Authorities arrested 28-year-old William Bradds, who lives in the home.Bradds, who is prohibited from possessing firearms, was taken into custody and has been den
  • Baltimore police waiting for reply from FBI in unsolved killing of detective - Police News

    Baltimore police waiting for reply from FBI in unsolved killing of detective
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    BALTIMORE — Federal authorities have yet to respond to the Baltimore police commissioner's request that the FBI take over his department's investigation of the homicide of a city detective who was shot the day before he was to testify before a federal ...and more »
  • Fantasy Football Week 15 Starts And Sits

    By Matt Citak
    If you are reading this, that means your fantasy football season is still alive. You are one win away from making your league’s championship, and CBS Local Sports is here to help you make it to the big game. The NFL came out of Week 14 relatively healthy, with the injury to Carson Wentz being the only significant one to occur (for fantasy purposes). For those fantasy owners who had been riding Wentz’s stellar play all season, don’t fret. There should be several so
  • Ready the home bar for the holidays; roast the Christmas goose - Baltimore Sun (blog)

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    Ready the home bar for the holidays; roast the Christmas goose
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    4:55: Want to skip the turkey and roast a Christmas goose instead? Longtime Baltimore restaurateur John Shields tells us how it's done — with some assistance from the city's newest restaurateur, the British celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. Dan meets ...and more »
  • CBS Sports’ Bill Cowher On Week 15 Patriots-Steelers Matchup

    By Matt Citak
    Week 15 provides us with one of the best matchups of the season, as the New England Patriots will take on the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field. This late-season clash between the AFC’s top two teams has a lot riding on it, as the winner will likely get home-field advantage and the No. 1 seed in the conference. New England enters this game with a 10-3 record after the Miami Dolphins upset the AFC East-leading Patriots, 27-20, on Monday night, snapping an eight-game winning s
  • Chiropractor Who Claimed Zero Income Convicted Of Tax Fraud

    BALTIMORE (AP) — A jury has convicted a Maryland chiropractor of filing years of fraudulent tax returns and attempting to obstruct internal revenue laws.
    Dr. Warren Gregory Belcher of Salisbury filed tax returns for seven years reporting zero business income. The U.S. Attorney’s office in Baltimore says the 59-year-old chiropractor testified that that he submitted returns showing no income based on a theory he read in a book authored by a married couple convicted of tax crimes.
    Durin
  • Police Recover Large Amount Of Cocaine In Baltimore Drug Bust

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– City police arrested two suspects after finding a large amount of cocaine and other drugs and paraphernalia Wednesday.
    Baltimore officers arrested Thomas Dixon, 26, and Jakwon Gupton, 21, in the 2800 block of Monument Street after executing a search and seizure warrant.
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    Detectives recovered 742 grams of rock cocaine, 48 grams of heroin, 471 jugs of rock cocaine, 18 Sub-Oxone strips, 3 digital scales, packing materials and cash.Both Dixon and Gupt
  • Dustin Hoffman Accused Of New Incidents Of Sexual Misconduct

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — More women are accusing Dustin Hoffman of sexual misconduct, including an incident in which a playwright says the actor exposed himself to her in a New York hotel room when she was 16 years old.
    Playwright Cori Thomas described the 1980 incident in a story published Thursday by the trade outlet Variety. She confirmed the story in an email to The Associated Press.
    Thomas was a classmate of Hoffman’s daughter when she says she met the actor, who invited her to his ho
  • Weather Blog: Afternoon Snow Expected

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    Simply put, it’s going to snow some this afternoon. As a low moving up from the Carolina’s passes just by to our east, and as a ‘clipper’ passes just by to our north we are expecting some “cause and effect” to the tune of 1 to 2 inches of snow. This would happen over a six-hour period, right now figure 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. The reality is that is a long period of time to get such a small amount of snow. Clearly not “Snowmagedden.&rdquo
  • Aaron Murray: Georgia’s Best Defense Against Oklahoma Will Be Their Offense

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    The college football bowl season kicks off this Saturday afternoon with the Celebration Bowl, featuring Grambling and North Carolina A&T. After that, the 39 bowl games featuring FBS teams kick off and it’s two-plus straight weeks of postseason college football action. Football will be played on every day of the week (outside of New Year’s Eve) leading up to the College Football Playoff semifinal games that will take place on New Year’s Day.
    There will be plenty o
  • How a trash incinerator — Baltimore's biggest polluter — became 'green' energy - Baltimore Sun

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    How a trash incinerator — Baltimore's biggest polluter — became 'green' energy
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    Dante Swinton, an organizer with The Energy Justice Network, leads college students on a "toxic tour" of polluting sites in Baltimore. The Energy Justice Network always starts the tour at the Wheelabrator incinerator, which was long known as BRESCO ...
  • When planes landed in Baltimore Harbor - Baltimore Sun

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    When planes landed in Baltimore Harbor
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    Overseas passenger air service arrived in Baltimore in the 1930s at a piece of land where Colgate Creek met the Patapsco River. Baltimore's airport, known as Harbor Field, replaced a primitive landing strip at Logan Field in Dundalk. On Sept. 13, 1937 ...
  • Winter Weather Advisory In Effect Today

    Baltimore (WJZ)– A winter weather advisory is in effect from 1pm this afternoon to 7pm.
    #WJZ #FIRSTWARNINGWX Good morning! But a problematic afternoon. 1-2 inches of snow possible later this day. pic.twitter.com/3dGtpIowGj
    — Marty Bass WJZ (@MartyBassWJZ) December 15, 2017The counties included in the advisory include Anne Arundel, Carroll, Central and Southeast Howard, Central and Southeast Montgomery, Frederick, Northern Baltimore, Northwest Harford, Northwest Howard, Northwest Mont
  • Maryland Native Shot In Vegas Massacre Is Home

    Baltimore (WJZ)– Las Vegas shooting victim and Maryland native Tina Frost is out of hospital and continues making major strides on her road to recovery.
    For the first time we’re now hearing from Tina’s father.
    George Solis caught up with Rich Frost at a fundraising event in Gambrills.
    Tina’s father, Rich Frost speaking with #WJZ and other media tonight. Updates us on how Tina is doing and what outpouring of support has meant to family pic.twitter.com/su4nXYPCLq
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  • Fundraiser Held For Md. Woman Shot In Vegas Massacre; Recently Returned Home From Hospital

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Las Vegas shooting victim and Maryland native Tina Frost is out of the hospital and is continuing to make major strides on her road to recovery.
    Thursday, George Solis caught up with Rich Frost, Tina’s father, who spoke with WJZ for the first time at a fundraising event in Gambrills.
    Tina’s father, Rich Frost speaking with #WJZ and other media tonight. Updates us on how Tina is doing and what outpouring of support has meant to family pic.twitter.com/su4nXYPCLq
  • Loyola Blakefield Cancels School After Racial Slur Is Etched Onto Bathroom Stall

    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Loyola Blakefield closed school Thursday after a racial slur was etched onto a bathroom stall.
    The cancellation was to ensure the safety of all students, but officials are working with police to weed out the vandal.
    In an email to parents, the school stated the words “No n-words better come on Thursday” were found etched into a bathroom stall.
    Racist graffiti found etched in a bathroom stall at Loyola Blakefield boy’s prep school in Baltimore County. Scho
  • Baltimore Ku Klux Klan leader, other suspects in Charlottesville rally cases appear in court - Baltimore Sun

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    Baltimore Ku Klux Klan leader, other suspects in Charlottesville rally cases appear in court
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    This undated photo provided by the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail shows Richard Wilson Preston, who is charged with discharging a firearm within 1,000 feet of a school during the Aug. 12, 2017, white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va ...and more »
  • Weather Blog: Cold, Possible Snow Return Friday

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A warmer mostly clear afternoon as we reached a high of 41, which did a good job of melting and disposing of our small snowfall Wednesday evening.
    Clouds and cold temperatures will return overnight Thursday and stay with us Friday.
    In addition, another fast-moving disturbance may in fact create a small window of opportunity for a quick burst of snow by tomorrow afternoon. The high is only expected to reach 34, so if any snow does materialize, it would likely stick.
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  • One killed, three injured in Baltimore shootings Thursday - Baltimore Sun

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    One killed, three injured in Baltimore shootings Thursday
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    A man was shot in the 900 block of Poplar Grove Street at about 4:50 p.m. Thursday and died of his injuries at a local hospital. In the morning, a 22-year-old man was shot near the intersection of Coldspring Lane and Reisterstown Road just before 9:30 ...
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  • Surgeon Admits To Burning Initials Into Patients’ Livers

    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A British doctor has admitted to burning his initials into the livers of two patients during organ transplant surgery. Dr. Simon Bramhall has now been charged with assault, years after another surgeon discovered the branding.
    Bramhall pleaded guilty to two counts of assault on Dec. 13 in a case that prosecutor Tony Badenoch called, “without legal precedent in criminal law.” The prosecution added that the 2013 assaults were carried out, “with a disregard

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