Hours of brainstorming for a group of Baltimore City students end up with a trip to the White House this week. The invitation came because of a solar-powered science project.
A group of college students from Stevenson University is robbed in South Africa.
Johns Hopkins University officials admit to a serious mistake that put thousands of graduate students at risk of having their identities stolen.
The nation’s next millionaire app creator may be right here in Maryland. That’s what Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger believes. His team is on a quest to discover young app designers.
A “Night at the Museum” will be a reality for students at the Smithsonian this summer.
Sex and social media. Police in two Maryland counties are flooded with child pornography complaints. Turns out, the high school students are posting their own nude photos on public sites.
The NFL asks its teams to promote a healthy lifestyle. One of the Ravens’ largest players met with some of his smallest fans.
There’s a new award for budding artists in Baltimore County. Three extraordinary works of art were chosen as Maryland Masters–an award showcasing up-and-coming talent in local schools.
As part our Continuing Community Commitment, the WJZ Black History Oratory Contest was held Sunday. And once again, it brought out some of Baltimore’s best and brightest students.
A trip to Afghanistan forges a friendship between Ravens head coach John Harbaugh and U.S. troops.
Solving the bully problem with words, not fists. It’s what one Baltimore City school is doing thanks to a partnership with University of Maryland law students.
Can learning physics and geometry be fun? The answer is yes if you’re a student at Frederick Douglass High School in Baltimore City.