Every two seconds, someone in America will need a blood transfusion.
On 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.
The American Red Cross says it’s cutting 17 full-time staff positions across western, central and southern Maryland.
To counteract summertime lows in blood supplies, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown is encouraging Marylanders to donate blood.
Picking up the pieces after a devastating fire in Owings Mills that left 13 families homeless. One organization is leading the way in providing help to those affected.
The American Red Cross says it’s laid off eight workers in the Greater Alleghenies Blood Services Region because of rising costs and slow revenue growth.
Every day, the American Red Cross is called out for some disaster.
Raven Raising Money for Relief!
Don and Marty talked to NBA Hall of Famer Jerry West and Dr. Eric Prystowsky about raising awareness of Afib. Ron Matz was in in Northwest Baltimore talking about the American Red Cross and the Baltimore Ravens teaming up in a joint effort to help the earthquake and tsunami victims in Japan.
It was exactly 10 weeks ago Saturday a gunman went on a shooting rampage in Tucson, Ariz. Nineteen people were shot, including Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.
The Red Cross is holding free CPR classes on Saturday. Also, we have tips on making sure your pets are safe in case of a disaster.
Find out how you can support disaster relief efforts to help those affected by the earthquake in Japan and the Pacific tsunami.