This time of year is when police start seeing pets trapped in hot cars–because what feels good to us, can be deadly to them. Between Maryland’s heat and humidity, cars quickly become death-traps for animals with no way out.
One Baltimore. Bringing the city together in the wake of violence and rioting, helping rebuild communities.
During Baltimore’s state of emergency, law enforcement officers made a point of standing out and being seen–but not the FBI.
An abandoned baby chimpanzee has found a new mother to care for her at a zoo in Tampa, just in time for Mother’s Day.
If you’re a film fanatic, Baltimore is the place to be for the next four days. The 17th annual Maryland Film Festival is underway.
He was an influential religious leader and a respected and popular Towson University professor. But Rabbi Barry Freundel preyed on his female students, secretly videotaping them as they undressed for a ritual bath.
As our city tries to move on from Monday’s riots–WJZ revisits North Chester and Gaye Street, where a huge fire caused major damage.
Community leaders call for calm and police hand over investigation into Freddie Gray’s death to the State’s Attorney’s office.
The police presence is still strong throughout the city.
Thousands of people made their way around the city—some coming from as far as Ferguson—to remember 25-year-old Freddie Gray. Baltimore was certainly in the national spotlight…but for all the wrong reasons.
Following a violent night in Baltimore, Congressman Elijah Cummings reflects on Saturday night’s demonstrations.
A night of violence gave way to a day of mourning Sunday for a man who died after sustaining serious injuries while in the custody of Baltimore police.