WJZ general assignment reporter Mike Hellgren came to Maryland’s News Station in the spring of 2004 from KARK-TV, an NBC affiliate station in Little Rock, Arkansas where he worked as a general assignment reporter, as well as fill-in anchor. Solid reporting credentials and a reputation for breaking important news stories characterized Mike’s work both there and at KTAL-TV, another NBC station in Shreveport, La. where he also was a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor.
He also worked as a reporter/producer/photographer for KLAX-TV, an ABC station in Alexandria, La. and started his career in broadcast journalism with a cable news program called First Edition News in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Mike holds a B.S. degree in journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and grew up partly in Chicago and partly in Louisiana.
More Stories by Mike Hellgren
The Trump Administration vows to appeal the ruling by a federal judge in Maryland, which has halted the president’s revised executive order, temporarily banning Muslim immigrants from six Muslim-majority countries.
Maryland was one of three states that heard arguments Wednesday on President Trump’s travel ban.
The Nor’ Easter’s strong winds and snow left their mark on Carroll County and across Maryland.
Gov. Larry Hogan is urging residents to prepare for “a significant winter storm event.”
For the first time, new documents reveal the widespread use of painkillers in the NFL, alleging teams skirted federal law for dispensing powerful drugs. The revelations are part of a lawsuit former players filed against the league and individual teams, including the Ravens.
People are fed up after a group of young people verbally and physically attacked a man and robbed him during the middle of the evening rush hour in downtown Baltimore earlier this week.
Significant changes are coming to the Baltimore Police Department following the indictments of a specialized squad of plainclothes officers.
The Baltimore Police Department has terminated its primary plainclothes enforcement unit, which will send 46 officers to patrol as the fallout continues from the federal racketeering indictment of a high-profile gun squad.
One of seven Baltimore police officers charged in a corruption case will remain behind bars after his attorney failed to sway the judge.
Charges have been dismissed for a suspect whose case was investigated by some of the Baltimore Police Department officers recently indicted for corruption.
Jerome Hersl says he’s still in shock about the accusations facing his brother, Detective Daniel Hersl, who’s been a cop for almost 20 years.
Questions are swirling around the cases for seven indicted Baltimore City Police officers and whether any fellow officers or members of the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office tipped them to the federal investigation.