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Monday at 5 on WJZ: COVID Modeling

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

Johns Hopkins COVID-19 modellers don’t anticipate big ‘wave’, despite riseCOVID-19 cases continue to pile up in Maryland, and the state’s positivity rate is hovering above 6%. But even as cases increase, the risk of serious illness remains low.

Reward announced for information in January. Woman shot dead in Catonsville parking lotBaltimore County police on Monday announced a $2,000 reward for information about the death of a woman who was shot in a Catonsville parking lot in January.

Maryland Braces for New Wave of COVID-19 InfectionsThe new number of COVID-19 cases reported statewide on Monday is the highest since January, and there are more than 250 hospitalizations for the first time since early March, according to data from the Maryland Department of Health.

A new wave of COVID-19 could sweep the country this fallThe new number of COVID-19 cases reported statewide on Monday is the highest since January, and there are more than 250 hospitalizations for the first time since early March, according to data from the Maryland Department of Health.

WJZ Furever Friend is DahliaDahlia is a 5 year old Pitbull mix. She is good with everyone, including children and other dogs. Dahlia is well-behaved, rather calm, barks very little and wants to be loved more than anything. She loves to play and needs a garden to run around in. Dahlia is now available for adoption by Maryland SPCA

Michelle Obama dons UMBC shirt for college signing day, boosting sales and prideMany students, staff and alumni of the University of Maryland in Baltimore County were shocked this weekend to see former First Lady Michelle Obama wearing an UMBC shirt on College signing day. .

White House warns of ‘violence, threats or vandalism’ after protests outside Maryland Supreme Court justicesThe White House on Monday condemned “violence, threats or vandalism” after protesters staged protests outside the homes of conservative Supreme Court justices over the weekend.

Former Owings Mills PE teacher and Carroll County volleyball coach faces child pornography chargesA Carroll County volleyball coach arrested Monday faces a slew of charges related to child pornography, the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office said. The suspect previously taught at a private school in Owings Mills.

Reward announced for information in January. Woman shot dead in Catonsville parking lotBaltimore County police on Monday announced a $2,000 reward for information about the death of a woman who was shot in a Catonsville parking lot in January.

Man with gunshot wounds found in vacant home in southwest BaltimoreFirefighters found a man with gunshot wounds in a burning house in southwest Baltimore, authorities said.

Community Support Network opens newly refurbished location in DundalkRenovations are officially complete at the Community Assistance Network’s Dundalk location. A grand opening was held at the new facility on Monday.

Derek Beasley has your Monday night predictionsDerek Beasley has your Monday night predictions

Man rescued from fire accident, charged with impaired driving after hitting Maryland State Police vehicle, injuring soldierMaryland State Police say their troopers rescued a man from a burning vehicle in Beltsville overnight after he crashed into a parked police vehicle, injuring a soldier.

Monday at 5 on WJZ: COVID ModelingCOVID-19 has dominated our lives for years. But what is the next step? The work local researchers are doing to save lives — Monday at 5 p.m. on WJZ.

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

Children from low-income households gained more weight during pandemic, study findsNew research shows that pandemic-related weight gain may have disproportionately affected children from low-income households.

CAN opens renovated pantry in DundalkThere is a newly renovated facility in Baltimore County that will provide additional food to families in need.

A massive sinkhole opens into Frederick RoadMonocacy Boulevard in Frederick is closed after a huge sinkhole opened up in the middle of the roadway.

Police on alert for potential safety of Supreme Court justices living in MarylandState law enforcement officials offer assistance to local and federal agencies in the event that it is necessary to enhance the security of Supreme Court justices who live in Maryland.

Where’s Marty? Learn more about the Harford County Barn Quilting TrailMarty visited Boxwood Farms in Bel Air on Monday to learn more about the Harford County Barn Quilt Trail.

Local and proud: need a helping hand? Consider starting your day with Zeke’s CoffeeNothing beats a nice hot cup of coffee in the morning. This edition of Local & Proud takes us to a beloved Baltimore cafe, Zeke’s.

Where’s Marty? Learn about Harford County’s culture and history through its Barn Quilt TrailMarty visited Boxwood Farms in Bel Air on Monday to learn more about the Harford County Barn Quilt Trail.

Body found with gunshot wounds at scene of fire in southwest BaltimoreHomicide detectives are investigating after firefighters found a man with gunshot wounds to a house that was on fire in southwest Baltimore on Sunday.