A local middle school social studies teacher was recently named City Schools’ 2015 Teacher of the Year.
He’s been on the job in Maryland for 66 years and he’s the state’s longest serving employee.
Baltimore City students get up close with marine life in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor
Terror in the sky. After a small, one man aircraft lands on Capitol grounds. It sent the nation’s capital into high alert.
A Montgomery County man convicted of sexually assaulting men he met at beer pong events was sentenced to 150 years behind bars on Wednesday.
After several months of searching for suspects involved in nine bank robberies in the Washington metro area, a man has confessed
A low ranking for the Orioles means huge savings for baseball fans at Camden Yards.
Closing the gap. That’s what a proposed billion dollar city school budget is designed to do. The plan includes more money sent to classrooms and cutting top spots at school headquarters.
Nine students graduate from the Maryland Food Bank Culinary Program and WJZ was there as they received their awards.
Two elderly people and a child vanish in the woods in Laurel and search teams launch a massive rescue effort. That’s the scenario of a mock drill for emergency workers this weekend.
The driver responsible for striking and killing a man on the Baltimore Washington Parkway in February has come forward.
Philadelphia Police are investigating after a 21-year-old quadriplegic man was found in a wooded area covered in a blanket on Friday night.