Catherine Pugh Plans To Make Streets Safer, 'Grow Baltimore Together'State Sen. Catherine Pugh won Baltimore's Democratic mayoral primary, denying former mayor Sheila Dixon a comeback from an embezzlement conviction that forced her to resign in 2010.
State Police Helicopter Helps Rescue Teen After Cliff FallAuthorities in Cumberland say a 16-year-old boy is recovering after falling 40 feet down a cliff.
Baltimore Courthouse Closed All Week Due To Basement FireThe Baltimore City Circuit Court Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr., Courthouse, located at 100 N. Calvert Street, will be closed Wednesday due to a fire that occurred in the basement of the building.
Unfinished Senior Center Torched During Riots Finally OpensA sign of growth in East Baltimore, as a senior center intentionally set on fire during the unrest a year ago officially opens.
Limited Supply Of New Age-Rye Whisky Coming To Stores In BaltimoreBaltimore-based, Sagamore Spirit says the first batch is ready after aging for at least two years.
Students Reflect On Baltimore Riots Anniversary With Silent DemonstrationPrayer and a silent march is how one high school marked the anniversary of the death of Freddie Gray and the upheaval that followed.
Van Hollen Wins Democratic Nomination For Md.'s U.S. Senate SeatChris Van Hollen is the Democratic nominee for a rare open U.S. Senate seat in Maryland, which is being vacated by Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski after 30 years.
Mayoral Race Comes Down To Last Minute Push For VotersVoters are heading to the polls in one of the most hotly-contested mayor's races. The top candidates have been battling for months in the race to run City Hall---now it all comes down to today.
Donna Edwards Spends Tuesday Connecting With VotersCongresswoman Donna Edwards is in a heated race with Chris Van Hollen to take over for longtime Senator Barbara Mukulski.
State Hopes To Reduce Number Of Deadly CrashesIt was a bad year for Maryland drivers. Tuesday, WJZ got a look at the numbers that show a sharp increase in the numbers of roadway deaths.
Royal Caribbean Extends Contract to Sail Out Of Baltimore Year-RoundThe Royal Caribbean cruise line will continue sailing out of Baltimore year-round through June 2020.
Raise A Glass At Highlandtown Wine FestivalIt started as a small gathering with just friends and family. Now 13 years later, it's one of the biggest events of spring in Baltimore.

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