Uncertainty For Lanvale Towers Residents Displaced By FireMore than 170 people are forced out of their homes, many of them senior citizens, after a two-alarm fire ripped through an apartment complex in East Baltimore.
Blood-Drive Held to Honor Teen Shot Playing Basketball in BaltimoreFamily and friends and the University of Maryland Medical Center are holding a blood drive to honor a teenager who was shot while playing basketball in Baltimore.
Red Cross, Girl Scouts Donating Cookies To Md. National GuardOperation Cookie: A sweet treat for Maryland's armed forces.
WJZ Community Commitment: How You Can Help Oklahoma Tornado VictimsThe monstrous tornado that swept through Oklahoma Monday afternoon left dozens dead and countless without homes. The cleanup and recovery from this disaster will take some time.
Student Shot At Perry Hall HS To Attend Blood Drive At Shooting SiteA Baltimore County high school student shot on the first day of school will attend a blood drive in the cafeteria where the shooting took place.
Sandy Likely Biggest U.S. Relief Effort Since 2005Widespread destruction from Superstorm Sandy will likely make for the largest U.S. relief effort by the American Red Cross and others since Hurricane Katrina.
Storm Damage Closes Western Md. Rescue MissionThe manager of a Cumberland rescue mission says it will be closed for at least three months after strong winds ripped the roof off the building.
Red Cross Seeks Blood Donors During Slow Summer SeasonThe Red Cross is in desperate need of several critical blood types. The news comes just as the slow season for donations kicks in.
Clara Barton's D.C. Office To Be Civil War MuseumAmerican Red Cross founder Clara Barton's Civil War-era office in Washington has survived since her death 100 years ago.
Save 3 Lives With 1 Donation At American Red Cross Blood DriveOn Saturday, we all have a chance to save three lives. That's what just one blood donation can do. WJZ is sponsoring a blood drive with the American Red Cross.
Laurel Apartment Fire Forces 60 Out Of Their HomesAbout 60 people have been forced out of their homes in Laurel after a two-alarm fire erupted in an apartment complex.
Lt. Gov. Brown Encourages Blood DonationTo counteract summertime lows in blood supplies, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown is encouraging Marylanders to donate blood.