Mike Schuh, WJZ | CBS Baltimore

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Past articles by Mike:

‘I’ve Never Seen Anything Like This’: Coronavirus Pandemic Leads To Shortage Of Entry-Level, Kids’ Bikes

The COVID-19 pandemic has meant a lot of families are looking for something to do, and a way to get their kids to entertain themselves. → Read More

Fitness Instructor Not Letting Coronavirus, Leukemia Stop Her From Helping Clients

A Baltimore fitness instructor isn't letting the coronavirus or leukemia stop her from helping her clients stay healthy amid the pandemic. → Read More

Man Spreads Joy Along NCR Trail Amid COVID-19 Pandemic With His Music

The NCR trail is a place to get away for many. → Read More

Coronavirus Latest: Maryland Company Offering Online Education Videos For Free

With tens of thousands of children staying at home due to the coronavirus, parents are looking for a way to make their free time fulfilling. A Baltimore County company is offering some of its expertise for free to help those parents. → Read More

Coronavirus Latest: Field Hospital At Baltimore Convention Center Opens Monday

The 250-bed field hospital at the Baltimore Convention Center is set to open Monday. → Read More

Maryland Weather: Move Your Cars! Flooding Expected In Low-Lying Areas

With severe weather expected in the region, Maryland forecasters are warning that there could be flooding in low-lying areas. → Read More

Hospital Workers Risk Health, Unknowns To Save Lives Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

There are people working in area hospitals who are worried if they will survive the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

YMCA Of Central Maryland Future Remains Unknown Due To Coronavirus

The YMCA of Central Maryland is one of the largest Y's in the country. → Read More

Officials Break Ground On $5M Renovation Of Cherry Hill Town Center

A historically black neighborhood in south Baltimore that a community leader said has been largely overlooked for community development and improvements is about to see a much-needed upgrade. → Read More

Mild Winter Could Mean Trouble For Maryland’s Bee Population – CBS Baltimore

While many humans are quite content with the lack of snow Baltimore has seen so far this winter, the warmer conditions might cause problems for some of the insects we depend on for food. → Read More

More Than A Toy: Govans Girls Heading To State Lego Robotics Competition

A team of girls from Govans Elementary School is seeing success competing in robotics competitions. → Read More

Person Of Interest In Custody In Shooting Of 2 Decectives In Anne Arundel County

A manhunt is underway for an "armed and dangerous" suspect who police say shot two police officers in Anne Arundel County late Wednesday night. → Read More

Officials Investigating After Annapolis Car Center Catches Fire

A large fire at a used car repair shop caused delays around Annapolis Monday morning. → Read More

Hampden Elementary Middle School Uses ‘Green Wall’ To Clean Its Air – CBS Baltimore

Teachers are always looking for new ways to motivate their students, and at Hampden Elementary Middle School in Baltimore, the solution to a small problem has led to some living teachable moments. → Read More

Flying Free: Local Teen Indoor Skydiver Competes At National Level

One area teen is now excelling at a different activity that until recently wasn't a sport at all. → Read More

‘Part Of Us Went With It’: Family Grieving After Two-Alarm Fire Destroys Historic Kingsville Home

A well-known family is coming to terms with the loss of their historic Baltimore County home following a two-alarm fire Wednesday evening. → Read More

Lanes Close As Tollbooth Removal Begins On Chesapeake Bay Bridge

Construction to remove toll booths on a major bridge linking coastal Virginia to the Delmarva Peninsula has begun as Maryland's transportation department transitions to a cashless tolling system. → Read More

103-Year-Old Bowler Continues To Inspire After Decades Of Knocking Down Pins

A 103-year-old bowler who has been bowling weekly for decades continues to inspire those around him. → Read More

Final Preparations Underway For Inner Harbor New Year’s Eve Fireworks Display – CBS Baltimore

For more than 40 years, Baltimore has welcomed the new year with fireworks at the Inner Harbor. → Read More

Parent Volunteer Program Helps The Greenmount School Cut Tuition, Keep Costs Low

The Greenmount School in Baltimore is keeping its costs down by asking the parents to pitch in and help. → Read More