Antique Automobile Club Of America Holds Auto Show

Coffee With: Howard County Hosts Summer Restaurant and Craft Beverage WeeksIf you’re looking for a way to support local restaurants and bars without putting a strain on your wallet, here’s your chance. Howard County is hosting Summer Restaurant and Craft Beverage Weeks from July 11 through July 24. Nearly 30 restaurants and creators of craft drinks participate in the initiative. Learn more at

Baltimore Buzz: Antique Automobile Club Of America Holds Auto ShowCalling all car enthusiasts: The Chesapeake Area Antique Automobile Club of America is hosting a car show on Saturday. The event is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

First-alert meteorologist Meg McNamara has your Friday morning forecastFirst-alert meteorologist Meg McNamara has your Friday morning forecast

Bob Turk has your Thursday night forecastBob Turk checks the weather for the evening of Thursday July 7th.

Baltimore police release draft map of new ‘data-driven’ districtsBaltimore police released a draft map with the first boundary changes for the department’s nine districts in decades.

Deadly confrontation: Man shot dead after swinging bat at squeegee workerA 48-year-old man was fatally shot at a busy Inner Harbor intersection after he threw a baseball bat at a squeegee worker following an altercation and someone from the squeegee worker group opened fire.

Bob Turk has your Thursday night forecastBob Turk looks at the weather forecast for the evening of Thursday, July 7.

Light rail problems: timetables will be reduced from Sunday“We’ve lost about 26 of the 79 light rail operators we need,” said MTA administrator Holly Arnold.

Early in-person voting begins ThursdayEarly voting will take place over seven days, from Thursday July 7 to Thursday July 14. Each polling station will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, including both weekend days.

“It’s a cane!” : Body camera footage sheds new light on Harford County deputies’ murder of Edgewood manA 53-year-old Edgewood man killed by Harford County deputies during an April confrontation in Forest Hill was holding a cane when deputies opened fire, fatally shooting him, authorities said Thursday .

Montgomery County Police to Allow Peaceful Protests Near Supreme Court Justices’ HomesMontgomery County Executive Marc Elrich said he did not receive a copy of a letter from the U.S. Supreme Court Marshal asking for the protests to end.

Candidate profile: Ivan Bates seeks senior prosecutor position for second time“When you go out and talk to people, they are scared. If you have an illegal firearm, you need to be held accountable,” Bates said.

The ‘Black Lives Matter’ banner at Odenton Church was vandalized for the third time in two months, police sayPolice said the banner of the Ark and Dove Presbyterian Church had been vandalized five times in two years, including three times in the past two months.

West Virginia man charged in Maryland workplace shootingA grand jury has indicted the West Virginia man accused of shooting and killing three co-workers in a Maryland machine shop, then shooting and wounding a state trooper responding to the incident.

Howard Co. Restaurant & Craft Beverages Weeks 7/11-7/24Thirty restaurants are participating.

90-day warning period for speed cameras on JFX ends July 13The grace period for speeding tickets on the Jones Falls Highway ends next week. After July 13, violators will be fined $40.

Parts of North Ave. will remain closed for 4-6 weeks for sinkhole repairsNorth Avenue between Greenmount Avenue and Homewood Avenue will remain closed to pedestrian and vehicular traffic until further notice.

65-year-old woman killed in East Baltimore hit-and-runJust before 3 p.m. Wednesday afternoon, the woman was shot in the 2000 block of N. Broadway. According to witnesses, the woman was hit while crossing the road with her walker. She died at a local hospital.

$8,000 reward offered to identify suspects in fatal shooting in northeast BaltimoreJust before 8 p.m. on June 26, a gray Honda Civic pulled into a parking lot. Four suspects got out and started shooting.

Baltimore police sergeant ‘on the mend’ after being dragged by car, union saysRamberg was among two officers who stopped a Mercedes for a traffic violation in the 5100 block of Park Heights Avenue on June 28. The sergeant, who clung to the driver’s door, clung to the car for two blocks before the driver veered into another lane. and swept over a parked car, knocking him down.

Police: a raclette employee shoots and kills a driver after an altercation in the city centerA man was fatally shot at a busy Inner Harbor intersection after hitting a squeegee worker with a baseball bat and someone from the squeegee worker group opened fire, police said.

Heavy police presence on downtown Light and Conway streetsChopper 13 spotted officers placing evidence markers.

Where’s Marty? Stock up on farm-fresh produce at First FruitsMarty Bass visits First Fruits Farm in Freeland in this edition of “Where’s Marty?”

On the menu: cook a breathtaking brunch with the Sunnyside CaféKristian Knight-Miller, co-owner of Baltimore’s Sunnyside Café with husband Charles Miller, joins WJZ at 9 a.m. to show us how to make shrimp and grits. The restaurant serves family-inspired recipes.

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