Jennifer Donatelli, WJZ | CBS Baltimore

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Past articles by Jennifer:

State Highway Administration Asks People To Delay Travel Due To Potential Freezing Rain

Some organizations around Maryland are preparing for the potential of freezing rain Sunday morning. → Read More

Laurel Man Charged In Commercial Armed Robberies in Howard County

A Laurel man was arrested and charged in four commercial armed robberies in Laurel and Savage since December, and a second man was charged as an accomplice in one of the cases, according to the Howard County Police Department. → Read More

Fire Destroys Bel Air Home Under Construction Saturday Morning

A two-alarm fire destroyed a single-family home under construction Saturday morning, according to the Office of the Maryland State Fire Marshal. → Read More

Towson University Groups Create Care Packages For Members Unable To Go Home For Holidays

Recognizing that some members of the Towson University community are unable to go home for the holidays and the winter break, several offices around the campus have created care packages to address needs such as food insecurity, emergency shelter information, health care and mental health services, as well as suggestions for low- and no-cost activities. → Read More

Singing Group That Started At Towson University Releases First EP Of Holiday Songs

A group of friends and students at Towson University that wanted to make music together now has released their first EP of Christmas songs, racked up millions of TikTok followers and been featured on Kelly Clarkson's talk show. → Read More

University of Maryland Students Need To Show Negative COVID Test, Wear KN95 Masks To Class

When students return to the University of Maryland College Park campus for classes between Jan. 3 and 21, they will have to show a negative COVID-19 test before their first in-person class and will have to wear KN95 masks in class amid a surge in cases, according to an email from President Darryll J. Pines and Jennifer King Rice, senior vice president and provost. → Read More

Clinton Man Shot, Killed On Christmas Eve In Front Of His Family

A reward of up to $25,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest and indictment of a suspect who shot and killed a Clinton man in front of his family in a drive-by shooting on Christmas Eve, Prince George's County Police said. → Read More

Baltimore County Library Discontinues In-Person Programs, Events Due To COVID-19 Surge

All in-person programs and events at Baltimore County Public Libraries will be suspended, effective Monday, until further notice due to the COVID-19 surge, Baltimore County officials said Thursday. → Read More

Port Deposit Woman Convicted Of Stealing More Than $250K From Her Employer

A Port Deposit woman was convicted Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Wilmington, Del., for fraudulently obtaining money from her employer, a medical practice in Delaware. → Read More

Baltimore Fraternal Order Of Police Collecting Donations For Officer Keona Holley

The Baltimore City Fraternal Order of Police is collecting donations for Officer Keona Holley, who was shot and wounded in what police are describing as an ambush shooting Thursday in Curtis Bay. → Read More

Maryland State Fire Marshal Alumni Association Helps Family Who Lost Home In Fire

The Maryland State Fire Marshal's Alumni Association stepped up to help a Talbot County family whose home was destroyed in a fire Wednesday. → Read More

Maryland State Fire Marshal Investigating Garage Fires In Woodbine, Havre de Grace

The Maryland State Fire Marshal's Office is investigating the cause of two fires that destroyed a garage attached to a Woodbine home and a garage in Havre de Grace on Friday. → Read More

Bel Air Officials Break Ground On New Police Station, Town Hall Expansion

Officials in Bel Air broke ground Thursday on a new police station that also will expand the town hall. → Read More

Baltimore County Police Searching For Critically Missing 16-Year-Old Boy

Baltimore County Police are asking for the public's help to find a 16-year-old boy who was reported critically missing from Randallstown Saturday morning. → Read More

Florida Man Arrested, Charged With Placing Fake Bomb To Rob Ellicott City Jeweler

Howard County Police are offering a reward of up to $1,500 to help identify the person who tried to rob Sergio's Fine Jewelers in Ellicott City last month. → Read More

Maryland Adds 8,400 Jobs In November As Unemployment Rate Drops To 5.4 Percent

Maryland gained 8,400 jobs and the unemployment rate decreased to 5.4 percent in November, according to jobs and unemployment data the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics released Friday. → Read More

Sheppard Pratt Opens New Center For Autism

Sheppard Pratt held its grand opening Thursday for the Center for Autism, which will offer diagnostic services and subsequent case management for individuals throughout their lifespan. → Read More

Baltimore County To Resume Residential Bulk Trash Pickup In 2022

Baltimore County residents will be able to put out bulk trash in 2022, the first time in nearly 30 years. All single-family and townhomes will have two free prescheduled bulk collections in 2022 with a limit of three items per collection. → Read More

Identity of Joppatowne Man Shot And Killed In His Car Friday Released

The Harford County Sheriff's Office has released the identity of the man found shot in his car Friday night as William James Doran, 29, of Joppatowne. → Read More

Annual Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade Canceled Due To Anticipated High Winds

The annual Eastport Yacht Club Lights Parade has been canceled for Saturday evening due to anticipated high winds, the club said on its website. → Read More