Big honors! WJZ’s Ron Matz is inducted into the City College Hall of Fame!
The nationwide shift to hands-only CPR is saving lives. Baltimore County has several cases, and Thursday, it honored medics and firefighters who recently used the technique.
Early voting is underway in Maryland. This Thursday and for the next seven days, voters are casting ballots in the 2014 election, most notably the governor’s race.
If you like designer clothes at bargain prices you need to head to Owings Mills. The annual One Great Thing sale is this weekend.
Big things are happening downtown. For the first time in years, Baltimore is getting a glimpse into the lives of the men behind the Walters Art Museum.
History picks up and moves out of the Inner Harbor—at least for the next few months. The USS Constellation needs some work below the waterline.
Seventh graders at Roland Park Elementary/Middle School spent a semester coming up with a viable business and a plan to make them successful.
It’s the cause of hundreds of deaths and thousands more injuries for drivers. The National Transportation Safety Board looked at the effects of driving while drowsy.
A major phase is wrapping up in the restoration of Baltimore’s Washington Monument.
National figures show that of the 6-8 million animals that find their way to a shelter, only about half get adopted. Shelters are always looking for ways to get more animals into permanent homes.
A Severna Park woman has turned her homemade pasta into big bucks, and she brought her now famous Italian dish to the Inner Harbor on Tuesday.
The recession caused a lot of real estate projects to never get off the ground. Now one long dormant building in Charles Village is being resurrected by a new team.