Johns Hopkins Testing Drones To Assist With Providing Health CareResearchers at Johns Hopkins hospital think they've found a way to link drones with medical care. Alex Demetrick reports, it's cool in more ways than one.
Sexual Assault Reported On Johns Hopkins CampusPolice are investigating a report of a sexual assault at Johns Hopkins University.
Fire At Johns Hopkins Birthplace Causes Minimal DamageOfficials are investigating what sparked a fire at the Gambrills birthplace of John Hopkins over the weekend.
Children in Baltimore Twice as Likely to Suffer from AsthmaChildren in Baltimore are twice as likely as those in the rest of the country to suffer from asthma. A childhood asthma study will be conducted over the next 4 years.
Gunman Forced Johns Hopkins Student to Withdraw Money From ATMAuthorities in Baltimore are investigating after a Johns Hopkins University student was robbed at gunpoint last night.
Former WJZ Anchor Oprah Opens Up About New Film, Love for BaltimoreOprah Winfrey talks exclusively with WJZ about her new movie and her love for Baltimore.
Bloomberg Makes $300M Donation To Hopkins School Of Public HealthMichael Bloomberg has made a monumental donation to the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.
Johns Hopkins Opens New 'Zika Center'As the threat of the Zika virus continues to grow, doctors in Baltimore are searching for ways to protect expectant moms and their babies.
Johns Hopkins to Offer Dozens of Employees $36K to Buy HomesJohns Hopkins University is offering dozens of its full-time employees $36,000 grants toward buying a house near its east Baltimore medical campus.
Drones Could Be Key Life-Saving Tool During Natural DisastersWhen disasters cut people off from help, it also leaves them vulnerable to disease.
Amy Schumer and Will Ferrell Put Spotlight on Johns Hopkins OrganizationFamous comedians have created a video poking fun at a John Hopkins organization in order to spread awareness.
Hopkins Med Students Will No Longer Train On Live AnimalsStudents at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine will no longer train on live animals, Hopkins announced Wednesday.