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Marty Bass Has Your Monday Morning WeatherMarty Bass Has Your Monday Morning Weather

Vaccine Mandate In Effect For Baltimore City EmployeesAnyone employed by the city that does not have a medical or religious exemption who is not vaccinated will face weekly testing

Double Shooting Reported In West Baltimore OvernightTwo men were injured in a double shooting in west Baltimore overnight, police said.

Northrup Grumman Workers Protest Upcoming Federal Vaccine MandateThis morning hundred of Northrup Grumman workers demonstrated outside the Hanover facility

Gov. Hogan Remembers Late Colin PowellGovernor Hogan on Monday released a statement honoring the Colin Powell, the first black U.S. Secretary of State. He died of complications from COVID-19.

WJZ Morning News And Weather: October 18, 2021WJZ Morning News And Weather: October 18, 2021

Colin Powell, Military Leader And First Black US Secretary Of State, Dies After Complications From COVID-19Powell is survived by his wife, Alma Vivian (Johnson) Powell, whom he married in 1962, as well as three children.

Ravens Fan Gets His Fifth Ravens Victory TattooAfter the Ravens win over the Chargers Sunday, this dedicated fan got his fifth tattoo.

Coffee With: The NewsboysChristian rock band Newsboys is landing in the area – we catch up with them in this Coffee With

Marty Bass Has Your Monday Morning WeatherMarty Bass Has Your Monday Morning Weather

Baltimore’s Mandate Requiring City Employees To Be Vaccinated Starts MondayIt’s the latest stringent approach to fighting the COVID-19 pandemic and reaching the vaccine-hesitant population.

Baltimore’s Mandate Requiring City Employees To Be Vaccinated Starts MondayIt’s the latest stringent approach to fighting the COVID-19 pandemic and reaching the vaccine-hesitant population.

Meg McNamara Has Your Updated Forecast 10-17-2021Meg McNamara Has Your Updated Forecast 10-17-2021

Lamar Jackson’s No. 8 Retired At The University Of LouisvilleLamar Jackson thought today was going to be another meeting with the media, but he was overjoyed when he realized his college number was getting retired.

First African American To Lead The National Guard Was Honored After 38-Years Of ServiceMajor General, retired Linda Signh, the 29th adjutant general of Maryland and the first African American and the first woman to lead the Maryland national guard had her official portrait unveiled at the brand new readiness center in Sykesville.

Major Delays At Reagan National After Plane Blows Tires On LandingThe airport was shut down for hours as a result. Passengers were taken to the terminal.

Baltimore Man Shot And Killed Friday Night At Timonium Bowling Alley48-year-old Anthony Cooper was shot once and died at the scene.

Bob Turk Has Your Evening ForecastBob Turk Has Your Evening Forecast

Baltimore County Urges People To Get Vaccinated With Super Weekend Flu ClinicThe flu season is fast approaching, and health officials are warning of a possible “Twindemic” of both COVID-19 and the flu, especially during the winter months, making vaccination against both diseases more important than ever.

Meteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Saturday Morning ForecastMeteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Saturday Morning Forecast

Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has A Look At Your Saturday ForecastMeteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has A Look At Your Saturday Forecast

Capitol Police Officer Told Jan. 6 Rioter To Scrub Evidence, Prosecutors Say(AP) — A U.S. Capitol Police officer has been indicted on obstruction of justice charges after prosecutors say he helped to hide evidence of a rioter’s involvement in the Jan. 6 insurrection.