Syringe Stabber, Thomas Stemen, Enters Plea Deal For Feb. 2020 Grocery Store AttackThe man accused of stabbing a woman with a syringe at an Anne Arundel County grocery store plead guilty to assault charges Thursday.
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COVID-19 In Maryland: Hospitalizations & Positivity Rate Decline SaturdayMaryland reported 62 new COVID-19 cases and four more deaths Saturday as hospitalizations and the positivity rate declined.
‘I’m Terrified’ At Least 20 People Shot This Week In Baltimore; Police Identify Victim of Deadly Mass ShootingAt least 20 people have been shot in Baltimore City this week, and some believe the violence has spiraled out of control.
12-Year-Old Girl Hospitalized After Baltimore Hit & RunBaltimore Police said a 12-year-old girl was injured after a hit and run in northeast Baltimore Friday night.
America To Observe Juneteenth For The First Time As A Federal HolidayThis weekend, America is commemorating its newest federal holiday. Juneteenth marks the moment in 1865 when the last enslaved people in America found out they were indeed free.
Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Saturday Evening WeatherMeteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Saturday Evening Weather
Cicadas Could Cause Your Car To Overheat, According To AAAAAA says if left unchecked, cicadas could cause some serious harm to your car.
AFRAM Festival Returns To Baltimore In AugustThe AFRAM Festival, a decades-long Baltimore tradition celebrating black culture, is returning this August.
Protest Held Outside Governor's Mansion Over Unemployment BenefitsGovernor Hogan announced Maryland is opting out of unemployment benefits beginning July 3, meaning residents on the program will lose an extra $300 a week
Maryland NAACP Addresses Ocean City Police Arrest VideoThe NAACP Maryland State Conference were joined by local leaders and partners from Worcester County to address the police force used the arrest of four teens in Ocean City, Maryland over the weekend.
Gov. Larry Hogan Talks About New Novavax LocationGov. Larry Hogan toured the new Novavax facility in Maryland Thursday morning.
Chopper 13 Over The Scene Of Bay Bridge CrashAll westbound lanes of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge are closed due to a crash with injuries.
Baltimore Officials Announce Indictment In Attacks On Asian American Business OwnersA 22-count indictment was returned Monday against a man who was seen on surveillance camera striking two Asian American women with a concrete block inside their liquor store last month in what city officials are calling a hate crime.
Back Home, Orioles Beat Blue Jays 7-1 Behind Mullins' 2 HrsCedric Mullins swatted his second home run of the game, then took a curtain call as the fans at Camden Yards twirled orange shirts in celebration.
Storm Brewing On Katie Ledecky's Tokyo Olympic HorizonKatie Ledecky is used to slaying her competition, winning not by hundredths but by full seconds. Usually lots of 'em.
Indians Send Orioles To 19th Straight Road Loss, 10-3José Ramírez and Bobby Bradley homered during a three-run first inning and the Cleveland Indians beat the Orioles 10-3 on Thursday, extending Baltimore’s road losing streak to 19 games.
Birdland Summer Music Series To Return Later This SummerThe Baltimore Orioles announced that the Birdland Summer Music Series will return to Oriole Park later this summer.
'It's A Great Day To Be Alive!': Ravens Wrap Minicamp As Team Gears Up For 2021 SeasonThe Ravens' mandatory three-day minicamp flew by this week, and the players got to show off on the field for the first time in over a year. It was the last practice before training camp.
Baltimore Flamingos Create Safe Space For Maryland's LGBTQ Community, While Playing RugbyThe Baltimore Flamingos, Maryland's first gay rugby team, make inclusivity their game. The team includes players who identify as gay and trans, and no rugby experience is required.
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.
Mural Of Frederick Douglass To Be Painted By Michael Rosato In Talbot CountyMichael Rosato is a self-taught painter, a muralist of over 30 years, but he describes himself as a storyteller.
Mayor Brandon Scott Didn't Attend Fells Point Town Hall Because He Was At Another Community MeetingA town hall was held Thursday night to help outline how police would be address recent crime in the Fells Point area.
LGBTQ+ Americans Aren't Fully Counted By The Government, Making It Difficult To Distribute ResourcesGovernment data help policymakers find and fix problems for people in need. But that's tricky if some groups aren't represented in the stats.
Democrat Wes Moore Announces Campaign For Maryland GovernorFormer Robin Hood Foundation CEO and combat veteran, Wes Moore, announced his candidacy to be Maryland's next governor on Monday.
WJZ Exclusive: Howard County Executive Calvin Ball Launches Re-Election Campaign, Talks About Racism He's Faced As County LeaderHoward County Executive Calvin Ball announced Tuesday he will seek re-election.
For Biden, A Deeply Personal Memorial Day Weekend ObservancePresident Joe Biden has marked his first Memorial Day weekend as commander in chief by honoring the nation's sacrifices in a deeply personal manner.
Former Md. Attorney General Doug Gansler Announces Run For GovernorFormer Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler announces he will seek the Democratic nomination for Governor in 2022.