Covid-19 In Maryland: Over 500 New Cases Reported SaturdayOver 500 new COVID-19 cases were reported Saturday, according to the Maryland Health Department.
Murder Of Mother And Baby Still Unsolved One Year LaterHoward County Police are asking for information in an unsolved murder of a mother and her baby that happened one year ago today.
Frederick Man Arrested for Domestic AssaultOn July 27, Frederick County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) deputies arrested George Robert Bolden III, 27, a native of Frederick County.
Individual Sought In Murder Of 64 Year-OldBaltimore City Police are asking for help in identifying an individual in relation to the homicide of a 64 year-old man.
Twin Water Main Breaks Forces More Than A Dozen West Baltimore Resident From HomesA large water main break was reported in West Baltimore Friday afternoon.
19-Year-Old Woman Charged After Allegedly Abandoning Newborn Baby In Glen BurnieAnne Arundel County police on Friday arrested a 19-year-old woman for abandoning her newborn baby in a wooded area in Glen Burnie earlier this month.
Meteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Saturday Morning ForecastMeteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Saturday Morning Forecast
Bob Turk Has Your Friday Night WeatherExpect clear and cool temperatures through the night into Saturday morning.
Police Seek ATV Driver In Severna Park Hit-And-RunA man was struck on an ATV. The incident was caught on camera.
DPW Crews Respond To West Baltimore Water Main BreaksMore than one dozen families were displaced after two water main breaks flooded their homes.
Chopper 13 Over The Scene At Water Main Break In West BaltimoreThe water main break is at W. Lafayette Avenue and N. Stricker Street.
Gov. Hogan Press Conference On The Americans with Disabilities ActGov. Larry Hogan announced he will sign an executive order to make every July Visibility Culture and Achievements Month in the state of Maryland.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott Releases 3-Pillar City Crime Plan FridayMayor Brandon Scott unveiled the three-pillar city crime plan Friday morning.
State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby Announced Indictment of MTA Police OfficerState's Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced the indictment of a Maryland Transit Administration Police Officer for offenses that occurred on June 20, 2020.
Bethesda Native Katie Ledecky Wins 800m Freestyle, 2nd Gold In Tokyo OlympicsKatie Ledecky won her second gold in the Tokyo Olympics Saturday morning, Friday night for those on the east coast of America, where Ledecky calls home.
Harvey, Severino Power Orioles To 4-3 Win Over TigersMatt Harvey extended his shutout streak to 18 1/3 innings, and Pedro Severino homered twice, leading the Baltimore Orioles to a 4-3 win over the Detroit Tigers on Friday night.
Baltimore Ravens Coach John Harbaugh Calls Visiting Sick Girl 'A Raven' And SuperstarThe Baltimore Ravens have a new superstar on their team, according to Coach John Harbaugh.
Orioles Deal Infielder Freddy Galvis To PhilliesIn their second deal on the day of MLB's trade deadline, the Baltimore Orioles traded infielder Freddy Galvis to the Philadelphia Phillies.
Orioles Trade Reliever Shawn Armstrong To Rays For CashThe Baltimore Orioles traded reliever Shawn Armstrong to the Tampa Bay Rays for cash considerations, the team announced on Friday.
'I'm Super Proud Of Where Our Sport Has Grown Over The Years': Marie McCool On Athletes Unlimited LacrosseThe women's lacrosse star talks with us about the new professional league and the most exciting thing about playing on national TV.
Art Sound Now Concert Series Return To Walters Art Museum In Baltimore This SummerThe Walters Art Museum in Baltimore has announced the return of summer entertainment with a Thursday concert series, Art Sound Now.
Maryland Ranks No. 26 On List Of Best States, New Survey FindsIt's safe to say, most of us think Maryland is pretty great. We have Ocean City, the Preakness, great sports teams and a lot of history! But how do we compare to the rest of the nation?
New Mural In Annapolis Across From Courthouse Features Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Thurgood MarshallThere's a new mural in Annapolis located in the heart of Maryland's capital city.
'A Hybrid Between A Taco And Quesadilla' | Quesabirria Tacos Taking Baltimore By StormIt's taco Tuesday, and a new kind of taco is taking Baltimore by storm!
Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar Opened Sunday For 44th SeasonIt's predicted to be a sunny and warm Sunday, a perfect opening day for the Baltimore City Farmers Market and Bazaar.
WJZ Exclusive: Take A Sneak Peek Of The New Domino Sugar SignWe all watched as each letter came down from the iconic Domino Sugar sign that's been a part of the city's skyline for more than 70 years.
Cecil County Elections Official Pleads Guilty To Misconduct In OfficeA Cecil County elections official on Thursday pleaded guilty to misconduct in office after failing to get a financial disclosure form from County Executive Danielle Hornberger in time and later altering the paperwork Hornberger submitted, Maryland State Prosecutor Charlton Howard announced on Friday.
Congress Passes Bill To Reimburse Maryland National Guard For Help During Jan. 6 Capitol RiotCongress passed a bill Thursday to reimburse the Maryland National Guard and DC police for their help during the Jan 6 Capitol riot.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg To Visit Port Of BaltimoreTransportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg is due to visit the Port of Baltimore later this week.
President Biden Nominates Erek L. Barron To Serves As Maryland's U.S. AttorneyPresident Joe Biden announced eight nominees for U.S. Attorneys across the country Monday, including here in Maryland where he nominated Erek L. Barron for the position.
Gov. Hogan Says He Doesn't Want Any GOP 'Whitewashing' Of Jan. 6 Capitol RiotGov. Larry Hogan believes some House Republicans are "whitewashing" the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi Says 'Deadly Serious' Jan. 6 Probe To Go Without GOPUnfazed by Republican threats of a boycott, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi declared that a congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection will take on its "deadly serious" work whether Republicans participate or not.