Teen Girl Killed, Downed Trees And Outages Confirmed Following Severe WeatherBaltimore County police confirmed that a 14-year-old girl has died in an accident on Pot Spring Road and Deer Fox Lane in Lutherville, Thursday.
Officers Making Arrests In South BaltimorePolice say a group started attacking officers with rocks and bricks at Patapsco and 9th Street.
Oyster Populations Booming In South Part Of The Chesapeake BayEven good news about the Chesapeake can be overshadowed. In this case, it's oysters.
WEATHER BLOG: Damp MondayThe rain is likely going to reach much of Maryland and Delaware between the hours of 9 a.m. and noon and then its presence will be felt across much of central Pennsylvania and New Jersey Monday afternoon.
Read An Excerpt From 'Whistling Past The Graveyard'In the bestselling tradition of To Kill a Mockingbird and The Secret Life of Bees, Whistling Past the Graveyard is an unforgettable story of friendship's healing powers set against the backdrop of 1960s Mississippi.
Fatal Accident: Tractor Trailer Overturns On I-95 SouthA man was killed with the box truck he was driving overturned on I-95 Monday morning.
BLOG: Cold Temps & Snow Ahead For SundaySince this is a southern passing storm, there will be higher accumulation amounts farther south. The northern fringe of Maryland down into Baltimore may get a trace-1".
Civil War Newspapers Go On View At Newseum In D.C.Historic newspapers from the North and the South showing how the Civil War unfolded are going on display at the Newseum in Washington.
Maryland Home To A Number Of Civil War ScholarsMaryland is home to a number of Civil War scholars.
WJZ Talks To O'Malley During Trip To Asia To Boost Md. TradeMillions of dollars are coming Maryland's way as Governor Martin O'Malley continues his trade mission in Asia.
Maryland Group Marks Confederate Memorial DayMaryland's United Daughters of the Confederacy are holding a special ceremony in Baltimore to mark Confederate Memorial Day.
50 Years Later, Students Retrace 1961 Freedom RideCharles Reed Jr. is skipping his college graduation ceremony to do something much more significant to him: retracing the original 1961 Freedom Ride and paying tribute to those who helped win the civil rights that his generation enjoys.