Police Release 911 Calls Of Tragic Malone Family House FireDesperate calls for help. The fear and shock can be heard in the voices of every caller. The calls give a sense of how quickly the fire spread.
Baltimore Co. Man Charged With Vehicular Assault After ArgumentA 38-year-old Baltimore County man is accused of vehicular assault after police say he struck a pedestrian with his vehicle.
Police: Man Shot During Argument On MTA BusThe Baltimore Police Department is investigating a shooting Saturday night after they say the victim was shot after arguing with a woman on a bus.
Viewer Catches Video Of Aftermath Of Baltimore HomicideA WJZ viewer captured video of the minutes after a shooting that turned out to be fatal Saturday afternoon.
Towson Player Shot During Drive-By Honored As Part Of Senior NightTowson men's basketball forward John Davis, who was shot last week, was honored as part of Senior Night on Saturday.
Couple Arrested After Drugs Found At Baltimore HomeA Baltimore couple is behind bars after police report finding drugs, cash, and a loaded handgun at their home.
Police Searching For Suspect In Saturday HomicideThe Baltimore Police Department is searching for the person who fatally shot a man Saturday afternoon.
Community Holds Crime Walk To End Violent Start To 2017Community members are standing up against a violent start to the new year, as they march through the streets of Baltimore to encourage change.
A Chance To Connect With The World In The Baltimore PortalIt's a unique way to connect with people around the world, and it's now here in Baltimore.
Driver Cited After Collision With TrainA driver was issued citations after the vehicle he was driving was struck by a CSX train Saturday afternoon.
ACLU Says Governor Is Censoring Commenters On Facebook PageControversy over the governor's official facebook page. He uses it to communicate with Marylanders, but hundreds have been blocked. The ACLU says that's censorship and that's wrong.
MS-13 Gang Connected To Several Disappearances Of Young Girls In Md.One of the nation's most violent gangs is connected to a rash of kidnappings of young girls in our region, and likely, a murder. Authorities say they're recruiting children as young as 11-years-old.