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Westminster Residents Hold Prayer Vigil For Victims Of Texas School ShootingOfficers and neighbors held signs with the names of each of the 21 victims and lit candles before praying.

Baltimore’s Violent Crime Woes Part Of National Trend, Expert SaysBaltimore is experiencing the same pressing issue of violence as many other cities across the country.

Baltimore Teen Co-Hosts Season Of PBS NewsHour Podcast On Youth Mental HealthA teenager from Baltimore has a national platform to host a podcast series about mental health for teens, by teens.

WJZ Mourns The Loss Of Longtime Photojournalist Rich SayersRich Sayers, who retired in 2019, worked as a photojournalist at WJZ for over 35 years. He passed away after a tragic cycling accident.

Baltimoreans Hit Snowball Stands To Beat The HeatAs temperatures soar, Baltimore residents are flocking for another local delicacy: snowballs.

Star Wars Pushes Back Against Racist Backlash To New Character Played By Baltimore Native Moses IngramThe official “Star Wars” accounts fought back Tuesday morning, condemning backlash against its most recent addition to the franchise, Baltimore native Moses Ingram.

Rosedale Man, 31, Charged With Murder In Memorial Day Home Invasion & ShootingA Rosedale man is under arrest on murder charges in the Memorial Day shooting that killed a man in Bel Air, authorities said Tuesday.

Bob Turk Has Your Tuesday Evening ForecastBob Turk Has Your Tuesday Evening Forecast

Paddlers To Return To Inner Harbor In Baltimore Floatilla FundraiserCome one paddler, come all paddlers. The annual Baltimore Floatilla is returning to the Inner Harbor for its fifth year in June!

Serial Number Requirement For ‘Ghost Guns’ Starts Wednesday, Deadline To Comply In 2023, Police SayStarting Wednesday, serial numbers are required on all “ghost guns” and unfinished firearms that are sold or transferred in the state, the Maryland State Police said.

Baltimore Police Make More Than 100 Arrests Over Memorial Day WeekendBaltimore police made more than 100 arrests for various crimes ranging from robbery to attempted murder over the Memorial Day Weekend, according to authorities.

Sandy Point State Park Drowning Victim Identified As Hyattsville ManThe man who drowned at Sandy Point State Park in Annapolis on Sunday has been identified as William Enrique Villa Toro of Hyattsville, Maryland, according to authorities.

Baltimore Schools Without Air Conditioning Send Students Home Early TuesdayTwo dozen Baltimore City Public Schools that did not have air conditioning released students early on Tuesday.

Anne Arundel County Touts Expanded SNAP Benefits For Students’ Families Over The SummerThousands of Anne Arundel County students will receive additional financial aid to help their families make ends meet over the summer, county officials announced Tuesday.

Marty Bass Has Your Tuesday Afternoon ForecastMarty Bass Has Your Tuesday Afternoon Forecast

HealthWatch: Heart Disease Likely Worsens Without ‘Gold Standard’ TreatmentResearchers say cardiac disease likely worsens when patients do not receive ‘gold standard’ care. That treatment, they say, was not given at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Baltimore Schools Without Air Conditioning Send Students Home Early TuesdaySeveral schools in Baltimore that do not have air conditioning will be releasing students early on Tuesday.

Where’s Marty? Checking Out The National Capital Radio & TV MuseumMarty visited the National Capital Radio and TV Museum in Bowie to see how far TV and radio have come over the years.

First Alert Meteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Tuesday Morning ForecastOur Tuesday is shaping up to be hot and muddy with an afternoon high of 95 degrees that will feel even warmer. First Alert Meteorologist Meg McNamara has your forecast.

Previewing Hampden Family Center’s Annual Hats Off To Hampden Maskerade BallAshley Wilkes, executive director of the Hampden Family Center, joins WJZ at 9 to talk with Meg and Denise about the organization’s Hats Off To Hampden Maskerade Ball.

Where’s Marty? The National Capital Radio & TV MuseumMarty Bass goes back in time to see the history of broadcast with a visit to the National Capital Radio and TV Museum in Bowie.

FDA Investigating Links Between Strawberries & Hepatitis A OutbreakThe Food and Drug Administration is investigating a possible link between fresh, organic strawberries that were sold nationwide and an outbreak of hepatitis A.

Two Dozens Baltimore Schools Dismissing Students Early Due To Lack Of A/CTwo dozen schools within Baltimore City Public Schools are letting students out early Tuesday due to the stifling heat and a lack of air conditioning in their buildings.

Coffee With: Ocean City Beach Patrol Gears Up For SummerThe Ocean City Beach Patrol is gearing up to keep millions of visitors safe at its beaches this summer. Hear from Lt. Ward Kovacs, director of training for the lifeguards, in this edition of “Coffee With.”