Maryland 911 Dispatcher Helps Couple Deliver Baby BoyA Maryland 911 dispatcher's quick thinking and calm demeanor helped a couple when a woman went into labor without medical professionals nearby.
Guinness Open Gate Brewery Spreads St. Patrick's Day Celebrations Over Entire Month Amid PandemicSaint Patrick’s Day is still over a week away, but the Guinness Open Gate Brewery is already gearing up for its first celebration.
First-Ever Annapolis Oyster Fest Kicks OffCrabs may get a lot of attention in Maryland, but if you're looking for some great oysters, you may want to head down to Annapolis.
'Arch Madness' Bracket Challenge To Determine Baltimore's Best Architectural LandmarksIn the spirit of March Madness, the city is honoring its history with a bracket-style competition showcasing some of the city's architectural landmarks.
Maryland Zoo Adds New Live Camera Feed To Watch Zebras, OstrichesThe Maryland Zoo has added a new live camera for people to check out the African Watering Hole exhibit from the comfort of home.
Star-Spangled Banner, Written During War Of 1812 In Baltimore, Celebrates 90th Birthday As National AnthemIt has been 90 years to the day since "The Star-Spangled Banner" became our National Anthem.
For $100, A BARCS Cat Or Dog Can Crash Your Zoom MeetingFor a $100 donation, you can have a cat or dog from the shelter join your meeting for 10 minutes.
Grey Seal Pup Eloise Rescued, Rehabilitating At National Aquarium In BaltimoreThe grey seal pup, less than one month old, was rescued from Cape Henlopen, Delaware on February 12. She
DC Cherry Blossom Peak Bloom Predicted For April 2-5The National Mall National Park Service is projecting cherry blossom peak bloom will fall between April 2 to April 5.
Nefertiti Griffin Wins WJZ Black History Oratory Competition 2021WJZ is proud to sponsor the Oratory Contest held during Black History Month, where students from across the state choose a quote from significant figures in the African American community that spoke to them and explained why it has defined their lives.
WJZ's Black History Oratory Competition Goes Virtual Due To COVID-19 PandemicWJZ continues to celebrate Black History Month with our annual Black History Oratory Competition.
First Maryland Girls Reach Eagle Scout RankBecoming an Eagle Scout takes hard work, and for the first time in Maryland, a group of young women received this honor, the first females ever to do so in the state.
Baltimore School For The Arts Student Mia Dyer Named 2021 Recipient Of Scholastic Art And Writing AwardA Baltimore School for the Arts student recently won a prestigious regional award. Mia Dyer is a junior at the school. She's been named a 2021 recipient of the Scholastic Art and Writing Award.
Owner Of Maryland Market That Sold Winning $731M Powerball Ticket Gets $100K Bonus CheckThe owner of the western Maryland market that sold a winning $731 million Powerball ticket last month has claimed the $100,000 bonus the store earned for selling the winning ticket.
National Aquarium Releases 9 Rescued Sea Turtles In Waters Off Florida's CoastThe National Aquarium's animal rescue team released a group of nine sea turtles -- 8 Kemp's ridley and one green sea turtle -- off the coast of Florida in their natural habitat.