A Freeze Warning has expired for parts of Maryland.
Heavy rains closed some roads and downed trees in the mid-Atlantic region overnight, prompting flash flood watches and warnings for several areas in Maryland.
More cases of meningitis and more deaths. WJZ has new details about the outbreak linked to tainted steroid injections: The maker of the drug was warned about the potential for disaster.
The FDA doesn’t review or regulate safety testing for supplements. Some think it should.
Drying up. That’s what’s happening to a number of Maryland streams, as a new drought warning is issued for parts of the state.
Last week’s storm left nothing untouched, including the Bay Bridge. Drivers who were on the bridge during the storm are calling for some sweeping changes to protect them in bad weather.
The World Health Organization recently released new warnings about the dangers of diesel engines.
The Maryland State Highway Administration is making it safer for pedestrians to cross a busy highway at Deep Creek Lake in far western Maryland.
It’s like a tinderbox out there with widespread concern over the possibility of forest fires.
Maryland health officials are warning against using an unapproved medicine called Baczol, which has been found in some Maryland stores.
NORAD is planning to fly three planes over the Washington area in the early morning hours in order to calibrate instruments.
The National Weather Service is predicting flooding along the Potomac River after two days of rain.