Second chance at life. A local woman wins her battle with Hodgkin’s lymphoma only to be left paralyzed. Now her fight is to find a handicap accessible affordable home.
The New Year brings a pay raise to thousands of the Maryland’s minimum wage workers. Derek Valcourt has more on the increase and what it means to businesses and its workers.
The change in climate could cause blackouts in cities along the eastern coast. WJZ’s Tracey Leong explains why Baltimore is at a greater risk and when we could see power outages.
One of the most successful competitive college teams in the world is based in Baltimore. As Mike Schuh reports, they excel in intellectual, not physical feats.
Ravens fans and cheerleaders are preparing for Saturday’s game, showing their support on land and ice. WJZ’s Tracey Leong reports on this winter tradition.
It appears Maryland’s death row will be empty in 2015.
This has been a rebound year for the auto industry.
Fireworks, a sure highlight of the night as tens of thousands of people welcome in 2015 in downtown Baltimore.
The role of a high-ranking local religious leader in the death of a cyclist has stirred strong emotions and criticism of her church.
The flu has reached an epidemic level in the Unite States. Nearly half the country is seeing a spike.
It’s a big day at the Maryland Science Center. It’s “Midnight Noon.” Ron Matz has more on Wednesday’s early start to the new year.
The investigation continues into the fatal bike accident that took the life of 41-year-old Tom Palermo.