Ohio Man Pleads Guilty to Army Bribery Scheme in MarylandAn Ohio man has pleaded guilty to paying $800,000 in bribes to a couple working for the U.S. Army at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland.
Army Denies All Claims For Damage Caused By Runaway BlimpIt's been nearly 2 years since an experimental military blimp broke free in Maryland, before crashing down in Pennsylvania. WJZ is learning the U.S. Army is refusing to pay more than a million dollars in damages caused by the balloon during that unexpected voyage.
New Bus From Baltimore to Aberdeen Proving GroundA new commuter bus route is being rolled out from Baltimore to Aberdeen Proving Ground.
Arson Suspected After Aberdeen Playground Goes Up In FlamesA playground goes up in flames near Aberdeen Proving Ground. Investigators believe the fire was set on purpose.
Authorities Investigate Suspicious Vehicle At Aberdeen Proving GroundEmergency personnel have cleared the security gate at the Aberdeen Proving Ground after a suspicious vehicle prompted an investigation.
Army Says Weapon Tests May Be Felt Off-Post Near AberdeenArmy officials at Aberdeen Proving Ground are advising that noise and vibrations from weapons tests might be felt off-post this week.
Black Bear Spotted on Aberdeen Proving GroundAberdeen Proving Ground officials are warning the public after a black bear was spotted near the Route 22 entrance.
Missing Maryland Military Blimp Lands In Pennsylvania, NORAD ReportsA recovery team from Aberdeen is at the site where a surveillance blimp crash-landed following a tense several hours on the loose.
Army Urging Colleges To Tell Students About Defense JobsThe Army is urging colleges and universities in the Mid-Atlantic region to tell students about internship opportunities at Aberdeen Proving Ground.
Second Airship Launched In Test Of Missile Defense SystemThe U.S. military has launched the second of two helium-filled airships near Baltimore to test an East Coast missile defense system.
Demands For Answers After Anthrax Mistakenly Shipped To LabsLive anthrax spores mistakenly shipped to labs across the world, including right here in Maryland. The Department of Defense says the mix-up is far more widespread than initially reported.
Army Post Near Baltimore Breaking Ground For New Power PlantThe Army is breaking ground for a more efficient power plant at the Edgewood Area of Aberdeen Proving Ground near Baltimore.