Halloween Retailers See Big Boost In OctoberChristmas in October? It surely feels that way for retailers selling Halloween costumes, candy and more. Marcus Washington has more on the booming business.
Still Feeling Impact Of Riots, Baltimore To Host Major Conference In 2016Hotels and restaurants across Baltimore are still feeling the impact of April's riots. But despite the negativity surrounding the city, Baltimore was picked to host the National Urban League in 2016.
Artscape Expected To Draw Hundreds Of Thousands To BaltimoreFriday marks day one of America’s largest free arts festival, welcoming thousands of people, which is a huge boost for our local economy.
RX For Baltimore Economy: More Residents With Money To SpendThe fragility of Baltimore's economy was exposed by Freddie Gray's death from a spinal injury suffered while in police custody.
Gas Prices Are Back Up, But Why?After a quick drop, gas prices are back on the rise.
Deadline For Report On Business Climate ExtendedMaryland lawmakers have extended a deadline for a commission to submit a report on the state's business climate.
Rep. John Delaney To Host Business RoundtableMaryland Rep. John Delaney is hosting a roundtable discussion with business leaders.
WJZ Exclusive: Brown, Hogan, Duel Over Economy In 1st DebateMaryland's gubernatorial candidates put their campaigns on the line in the WJZ studios. The candidates' debate moderated by Vic Carter gives Maryland voters a chance to see what each intends to do as governor.
Orioles Magic Spiking Sales For Area BusinessesOrioles magic is in the air, and it's spiking sales for businesses across the region.
Baltimore Is Booming With Thursday Night Football & Star-Spangled Spectacular Baltimore is sold out! Crowds pack Charm City for the 200th anniversary celebration of the national anthem and the Ravens-Steelers game on Thursday Night Football.
Artscape Provides Major Boost To Baltimore EconomyWhat's a summer in Baltimore without Artscape? Saturday marked day two of America's largest free arts festival, welcoming thousands of people---which is a huge boost for our local economy.
CDC: U.S. Births Up For First Time In 5 Years, Improved Economy CitedThe baby recession may be at an end: After a five-year span in which the number of children born in the United States dropped each year, 2013 saw a minute increase.