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Winter storm warnings and advisories are no longer in effect for the Baltimore metro area.
The protests continue in Baltimore City as a result of the decision by a grand jury in Ferguson not to indict an officer who shot and killed an 18-year-old. The protests have left the streets and are now in the classrooms. Wednesday, schools in Baltimore City held assemblies to allow their students to raise their concerns over police brutality and injustice.
Forget a white Christmas—many people across the northeast could be celebrating a white Thanksgiving!
Baltimore’s free bus system, the Charm City Circulator, is millions of dollars in debt. As Tracey Leong reports, how it happened and what the city plans to do.
As a winter storm heads in the Baltimore metro region on one of the biggest travel days of the year, travelers heading home for Thanksgiving can expect delays whether they are driving or flying.
The Baltimore County Police Department is continuing to investigate a homicide that occurred in December 2013. They are asking for the public’s help.
Baltimore city police are asking for the public’s help in getting more information on three shootings which occurred early Wednesday morning within an hour of one another.
The Baltimore City Police Department has arrested and charged a man with attempted first degree murder.
An annual event hosted by Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake will help feed 3,000 people with disabilities or special needs this Thanksgiving
If you plan on traveling this year for Thanksgiving, you could run into some problems Wednesday.
Dangerous hazing: beaten, locked in basements, humiliated and almost killed. New reports WJZ’s news partner, the Baltimore Sun, obtained paint a dark picture of hazing rituals on Maryland college campuses.