Vehicle Collides With MTA Bus In Downtown BaltimoreAuthorities have responded to a crash involving a MTA bus and a vehicle Thursday afternoon in downtown Baltimore.
Goucher Poll Reveals Marylanders' Position On National IssuesA new Goucher poll shows how Marylanders stand on issues of national debate.
11th Annual ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk Kicks Off SundayThe Zero Prostate Cancer Run and Walk at Towson University is Sunday, and WJZ is proud to sponsor the event, a part of our Continuing Community Commitment.
Ravens Fans Excited As They Head To London For Sunday's GameHundreds of fans are traveling to London to see the Ravens take on the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Back To Back Hurricanes Keeping Maryland Red Cross Volunteers BusyBack to back devastation from hurricanes has thousands of Red Cross volunteers on the move, including many from Maryland.
Maryland Zoo In Baltimore Welcomes Two New Bachelors To Their CrewThe Maryland Zoo in Baltimore has two new additions in its African journey exhibit.
Incentives Offered To New Corrections Officers In MarylandThe Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services is offering new correctional officers $5,000 to join the department.
Hogan Announces $9B Plan To Widen I-270, Capital Beltway, BW ParkwayThree major Maryland thoroughfares that drivers have been complaining about for years may be widened thanks to a $9 billion traffic relief plan.
Teens Charged In Rape Of Classmate; Girl Investigated As Possible MastermindPolice have arrested two teen boys, and are working to identify a third suspect accused of kidnapping and raping one of their female classmates.
Maria Pummels Caribbean; 'Things Look Very, Very Bad'Hurricane Maria slammed into U.S. territory as a category 5 storm.
Mexicans Dig Through Collapsed Buildings As Quake Kills 230Police, firefighters and ordinary Mexicans dug frantically through the rubble of collapsed schools, homes and apartment buildings early Wednesday, looking for survivors of Mexico’s deadliest earthquake in decades as the number of confirmed fatalities stood at 217.
Program Aims To Boost Graduation Rate Of Md. StudentsEvery 26 seconds, another student in the U.S. drops out of high school.