Isabel DeMillan, owner of The Mighty Bin in San Diego

Coffee with: Isabel DeMillan, owner of The Mighty Bin in San DiegoMeet Isabella DeMillan, owner of The Mighty Bin, a San Diego grocery store that goes plastic-free by selling merchandise without packaging.

Baltimore Buzz: New Balance Unearths Ancient Moorings in La Crosse BayIs there anything more Maryland than lacrosse? What about Old Bay? New Balance combines these two things with its new limited edition Old Bay Burn X3 mount. The kicks feature classic Maryland colors along with hints of Old Bay, the famous spice produced by the Baltimore-based McCormick Company.

First alert meteorologist Meg McNamara has your morning forecast for WednesdayWednesday is shaping up to be hot and humid with temperatures reaching 90 degrees and a chance for showers and storms in the afternoon and evening.

First alert meteorologist Meg McNamara has your morning forecast for WednesdayFirst alert meteorologist Meg McNamara has your morning forecast for Wednesday

Bob Turk has predictions for Tuesday nightBob Turk has predictions for Tuesday night

Judge Finds Marilyn Mosby Can’t Afford Expert Witnesses, Court Grants Funding in Federal Perjury CaseMosby sought assistance through the Criminal Justice Act, which allows court funding for defendants found “financially unable to obtain expert services necessary for an adequate defense,” the order said.

Many homes in East Baltimore will be demolished over the North Avenue stream, the mayor saysCity officials plan to demolish several homes along the 700th block of North Avenue after a sinkhole compromised its structural integrity.

Boy was shaken after a potential tornado was uprooted, and the power went outA severe storm Tuesday afternoon uprooted trees, knocked out power lines, blacked out electricity, and destroyed homes in its wake in Boi.

Mayor recognizes Baltimore public schools CEO’s accomplishments amid class-limit allegationsOn Tuesday morning, with local and state leaders in attendance, Mayor Brandon Scott surprised another city leader by recognizing their work in Baltimore: Public Schools Executive Director Dr.

Mayor Scott calls Supreme Court decision on gun ‘Asinine’ after mass shooting in Highland ParkThe Fourth of July celebration in Baltimore was safe and peaceful, but terror struck two other Independence Day celebrations across America.

Severe storm drops trees in Bowie, destroys home, during hurricane warningSevere thunderstorms triggered tornado warnings across Maryland and dumped rain Tuesday afternoon across central Maryland.

Meteorologist Derek Beasley has your weather Tuesday nightMeteorologist Derek Beasley has your weather Tuesday night

Many homes in East Baltimore will be demolished over the North Avenue stream, the mayor saysCity officials plan to demolish several homes along the 700th block of North Avenue after a sinkhole compromised its structural integrity.

Bob Turk has your Tuesday alert forecastBob Turk has your Tuesday alert forecast

Meteorologist Derek Beasley has a forecast for TuesdayMeteorologist Derek Beasley has a forecast for Tuesday

4 dead, 9 injured in 11 shootings in Baltimore over Independence Day holiday, police sayBaltimore police responded to 11 shootings that killed four people and injured nine others over the Independence Day weekend, according to authorities.

Hogan ordered the suspension of Maryland’s “good and substantial cause” requirement for concealed carry permitsGun owners in Maryland will no longer be required to prove that they have a “good and essential reason” for carrying a concealed firearm under a new order issued by Governor Larry Hogan in the wake of a recent Supreme Court ruling.

The East Baltimore Stream is pushing the city to close part of North Avenue until further noticeThere is a traffic alert for drivers using East North Avenue.

First alert meteorologist Meg McNamara has your forecast for Tuesday afternoonIt’s alert day and first alert meteorologist Meg McNamara breaks down when storms hit central Maryland, as well as what to expect.

HealthWatch: The number of asthma sufferers is on the riseMore than 260 million people worldwide suffer from asthma, and this number continues to grow. Researchers in Australia have discovered a new way to diagnose the most serious and fatal cases of this condition.

Where’s Sean? Make a splash at J CampsShaun Streicher runs through the starting board at J Camps in this version of “Where’s Shaun?”

Where’s Sean? Presenting good vibes on the tennis courts at G CampsShaun Streicher gives tennis (and other fun activities a chance) at J Camps in this edition of Where’s Shaun?

First alert meteorologist Meg McNamara has your Tuesday morning forecastTuesday is an alert day due to the risk of severe storms this afternoon. The first alert meteorologist Meg McNamara has your forecast.

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