Officials with the Johns Hopkins University say they will spend $15-million next year to improve safety for bicyclists, joggers and other pedestrians. The project involves the construction of a pedestrian bridge. Rochelle Ritchie has the details.
When does a week actually last sixteen days? Well it’s time for Baltimore County Restaurant Week. Ron Matz has more on the meals and the deals you can enjoy starting on Friday.
The feds are jumping into Baltimore’s Inner Harbor trash. Alex Demetrick reports the EPA is ordering the city and Baltimore County to get litter and garbage off the streets before it floats downstream.
Ravens fans are painting the town purple. Playoff events are going on everywhere. WJZ’s Tracey Leong has the details.
Black flags are flying at fire stations across Harford County after an EMT and volunteer firefighter is tragically killed trying to help a patient. WJZ”s Rochelle Ritchie has the details.
The social media accounts of two news organizations, one in Maryland, were hacked by those sympathetic to the terror group Isis. Mike Schuh has details from the TV station hacked in Salisbury.
Police say the Black Guerilla Family gang sent an armed man into a police precinct. Christie Ileto has the details.
With the flu season hitting epidemic levels, the medication, Tamiflu, is in high demand. Tracey Leong explains why pharmacies can’t keep it on the shelves.
More than 142 accidents were reported in Anne Arundel County Tuesday morning, including some involving teens headed to school.
Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori will handle disciplinary proceedings regarding bishop Heather Cook’s actions after she was involved in a fatal accident.
It started early and fell faster and harder than many expected. Derek Valcourt has the details on how the snow created traffic troubles for some motorists.
Dozens of Ravens fans from the area are gearing up for their trip to Foxborough to see the Ravens take on the New England Patriots. Marcus Washington spoke to some of those lucky fans.