Still Not Seeing WJZ After Rescan? Here's Why
Honoring Everyday Heroes
WJZ's News App
What's Open, What's Closed
WJZ's Virtual Food Drive
Good News Alert
Coronavirus In Md: Latest News
List: Free Meals For Kids
Closings & Delays
WJZ Weather App
Meet The News Team
Baltimore Standing Together
4 Baltimore Restaurants Will Now Have Added Outdoor Dining With The Help Of Downtown Partnership's Parklet
Anne Arundel County Police Investigating Fatal Motorcycle Crash OvernightOfficers on patrol at around 12:31 a.m. found an unattended motorcycle on its side on Telegraph Road at the Route 100 west exit ramp in Harmans, Maryland.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Over 600 New COVID-19 Cases Reported, Hospitalizations Tick DownMaryland reports over 600 new coronavirus cases in 24 hours as hospitalizations slightly tick down as of Thursday morning.
Man's Death In March Ruled A Homicide, Baltimore Police InvestigatingBaltimore Police say a man's death earlier this year has been ruled a homicide.
3 Teens Charged With Allegedly Spray-Painting At Villages Of Urbana Community Pool, Other LocationsThree teens are charged with allegedly vandalizing the Villages of Urbana Community Pool and several other areas last week.
37K Marylanders Filed For Unemployment Last WeekMore than 37,000 Marylanders filed for unemployment last week.
Maryland Officials Outline Details Of Coronavirus Unemployment FraudThe State of Maryland has uncovered a “massive criminal enterprise” involving over 47,500 fraudulent claims totaling over $501 million, leading to a broader investigation.
Crews Respond To Incident At BWI AirportChopper video of the scene shows firetrucks and other first responders near the Spirit Airlines hanger.
Maryland Boy Uses Poetry To Process Racism, Police Brutality, George Floyd's DeathAn 11-year-old boy from Columbia turned to writing after watching the video of the death of George Floyd.
Baltimore Officials Give Latest COVID-19 UpdateBaltimore Mayor Jack Young and city officials give an update on coronavirus.
'We Know LJ Is Going To Secure That Bag' | Ravens Running Back Mark Ingram Says Lamar Jackson Should Get As Much Money As Patrick MahomesKansas City Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes cashed in big last week with a 10-year, $503 million contract.
Longtime Washington Broadcaster Larry Michael Leaves TeamLongtime Washington broadcaster Larry Michael announced Wednesday he's leaving the team after 16 years, the latest in a series of changes within the organization.
Memorial Tournament Is 'The Ultimate PGA Tour Event,' Says CBS Sports' Frank NobiloThe Memorial Tournament welcomes Tiger Woods, Bryson DeChambeau and the world's top-five players for another PGA Tour event at Muirfield Village.
Ravens, Pass Rusher Matthew Judon Fail To Reach Agreement On Long-Term DealThe Ravens top pass rusher from 2019 will play on the franchise tag in 2020 as the two sides couldn't come to a long-term agreement prior to today's 4 p.m. deadline.
Ravens Unable To Host Fans At Training Camp Due To COVID-19 PandemicThe Ravens announced Wednesday that the team will be unable to host fans at training camp this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
'World TeamTennis Comes Down To One Point On Any Given Match': Former USTA President Katrina Adams Discusses Her Role As Analyst With WTT For CBS Sports NetworkThe former President, Chairperson and CEO of the USTA discusses the 2020 World TeamTennis season and what she has liked about it so far.
This Elkton, Maryland Shop Sells Old Bay Beef JerkyThe shop is described as an Oly Bay lover's dream, with Old Bay Hot Sauce, Bloody Mary mix, masks, blankets, pillows and even socks.
Reopening Baltimore: 5 City Pools, Basketball Courts, Playgrounds Set To Reopen MondayA number of pools and playgrounds in Baltimore are set to reopen on Monday after the coronavirus pandemic kept them closed for months.
Maryland Couple Holds Small Home Wedding After Coronavirus Forced Larger Ceremony's CancellationA Maryland couple didn't let the coronavirus stop their wedding.
Maryland Food Truck Week Begins With New Safety PrecautionsIf you're looking for something new for dinner, here's your chance... Maryland's Food Truck Week is now underway!
'Camp Hippodrome' Goes Virtual Amid COVID-19 PandemicThe coronavirus pandemic has impacted many aspects of our lives, and for all the kids out there, that includes summer camps.
Finalists For Janet And Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize Chosen The finalists have been chosen for this year's prestigious Janet and Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Released From Johns Hopkins HospitalThe Supreme Court said Wednesday that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was discharged from a hospital after being treated for a possible infection.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Hospitalized At Johns Hopkins For Possible InfectionJustice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been taken to the hospital and treated for a possible infection, according to a court spokeswoman.
ICE Reverses Plan To Deport Foreign Students Taking Online-Only Courses This FallThe Trump administration on Tuesday rescinded guidance issued by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) earlier this month that would have prohibited foreign students from taking online-only coursework in the fall.
MDOT MTA Wouldn't Get Funding Under Second Coronavirus Stimulus Plan As ProposedThe Maryland Transit Administration will not get federal funding under the second coronavirus stimulus plan passed in the House of Representatives, the state's transportation department said Monday.
Maryland Joins Nationwide Lawsuit Seeking Injunction On New Visa Rules For International StudentsMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh joined a coalition of states filing a lawsuit to stop a new federal rule that could threaten hundreds of international students from remaining in the U.S.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan Says GOP Needs 'Bigger Tent' After President Trump Leaves OfficeHogan, who is rumored to be eyeing a run for the White House in 2024, said Sunday that the GOP needs to be a “bigger tent party" after President Donald Trump leaves office.