Man charged with murder of Little Italy restaurant manager Chesley Patterson

Tree falls on Annapolis home, killing at least one personA fallen tree killed one person after falling on a home in Annapolis on Monday, authorities said.

Bob Turk has your Monday night forecastBob Turk has your Monday night forecast

The Ever Forward advanced towards AnnapolisA freighter that has been stuck for more than a month is finally floating again. But what are the next steps in the investigation?

557 people were killed on Maryland roads in 2021, officials sayMore than 550 people died on Maryland roads last year, state officials said Monday, and the top causes remained constant: speeding, impaired driving, distracted driving and not wearing of the seat belt.

Professor Loyola encourages Marylanders to follow COVID-19 protocolsPhiladelphia reinstated its indoor mask mandate on Monday after COVID-19 cases there rose 50% in two weeks.

Federal judge in Florida overturns national travel mask warrantTravelers will no longer have to put on a mask before boarding a plane.

WJZ’s Furever Friend: AlfieAlfie was found wandering. He is a small guy about 17 pounds and 1-2 years old. Alfie is very sweet and adorable with tons of energy. It can be a Jack Russell Terrier or a Jack Russell mix. He is now in foster care with Animal Allies Rescue Foundation (AARF).

Back River Wastewater Treatment Plant Water Quality QuestionsIn a three-page statement Friday, the Maryland Department of Environment used the phrase “no raw sewage” five times.

6 suspects in custody for murder in Dundalk last FebruaryBaltimore County Police are arresting several people believed to be linked to the death of Rosario “Tony” Valenti.

Bob Turk has your Monday night forecastBob Turk has your Monday night forecast

Mormon Temple launches historic public opening, first in nearly 50 yearsFor the first time in nearly 50 years, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Kensington will open its doors to non-Mormons for an extended open house.

Maryland mayor pleads guilty in revenge porn caseFormer Cambridge Mayor Andrew Bradshaw pleaded guilty on Monday to five counts of distributing revenge pornography, the state attorney’s office said.

HealthWatch: Join study confirms smoking shortens lifeA joint study by Georgetown University and the University of California-Riverside once again confirms that smoking shortens people’s lives, finding that the death rate of current smokers was three times higher than that of people who have never smoked.

Marty Bass has your Monday afternoon forecastMarty Bass has your Monday afternoon forecast

‘NCIS’ star Wilmer Valderrama sheds light on his character and the hit CBS seriesDenise Koch is joined by actor Wilmer Valderrama, star of the hit CBS series “NCIS,” on WJZ at 9 a.m.

Where’s Marty? Tour of Ladew Topiary Gardens in County HarfordMarty Bass admires the landscape and greenery of Ladew Topiary Gardens in this edition of “Where’s Marty?”

#ICanHelp explains how teens can use social media to protect their mental healthMaya Tarantino with #ICanHelp talks with Meg McNamara about how this organization helps teens use social media properly to protect their mental health and self-esteem while minimizing the toxicity commonly found online.

Where’s Marty? Admire the sights of the Ladew Topiary GardensMarty Bass checks out what’s in bloom and all the beautiful sights to be found at Ladew Topiary Gardens in this edition of “Where’s Marty?”

Baltimore City Police are investigating at least 7 shootings on Easter SundayBaltimore police had their hands full on Easter Sunday with at least seven different shootings reported across the city.

Ever Forward heads to Annapolis after being released from the Chesapeake BayCrews successfully refloated the freighter Ever Forward over the weekend, more than a month after it ran aground in the Chesapeake Bay.

Baltimore Buzz: Don’t Know Tavern is hosting a clothes swap, plus a new twist on an Utz classicBack by popular demand, Don’t Know Tavern in Federal Hill is hosting their DK Spring Into Summer clothing swap on May 14-15.

Coffee with: 13-year-old prospects run to raise money for deceased first respondersRunners lined up in Towson on Saturday to honor Maryland’s fallen first responders. A 13-year-old boy named Zechariah Cartledge led the way.

Maryland Weather: Day Alert, Pouring Rain After Freezing StartThe First Alert Weather Team declared Monday an alert day due to the threat of driving rain.

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