Coronavirus Latest: Some Elderly Residents Moved From Overlea Rehab To Good Samaritan After Contracting COVID-19WJZ has learned that several senior citizens have been transferred from Overlea Health and Rehabilitation Center to Good Samaritan Hospital with COVID-19.
Baltimore Homicides Continue To Pace Ahead Of Record-Breaking 2019, Police SayThe number of homicides in Baltimore in 2020 continues to outpace 2019's record-breaking per capita rate, the latest data from the city's police department shows.
Community Encouraged To Take Survey In Development Of City Schools Relaunch PlanBaltimore City Public Schools is encouraging students, families, employees and members of the community to take a survey ahead of the next academic year.
34-Year-Old Man Killed In East Baltimore ShootingA 34-year-old man was killed in a shooting in east Baltimore Thursday morning, police said.
July 4th Flyover: Here's When & Where You Can Watch ‘Salute To The Great Cities Of The American Revolution’ In BaltimoreAs America celebrates its 244th birthday this weekend, Baltimore residents will be able to see five waves of Air Force and Marine Corps jets flying over the city in honor of Independence Day.
Reopening Maryland: Maryland Science Center Reopens At 25 Percent CapacityThe Maryland Science Center at the Inner Harbor has reopened amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Reopening Baltimore: Pools, Playgrounds, Athletic Courts To Open July 13Baltimore city's pools, playgrounds and athletic courts will reopen July 13 as city officials announced Thursday they would be lifting more coronavirus restrictions.
Ahead Of July 4th, Baltimore Officials Warn Of Dangers With Illegal Fireworks, SparklersAs the July 4th holiday weekend approaches, city officials are reminding people of the dangers of lighting fireworks and sparklers. They also are illegal in the city.
Coronavirus In Baltimore: Mayor Says He Won't Hesitate To Reinstate Restrictions Should COVID-19 Cases SpikeBaltimore Mayor Jack Young says he won't hesitate to close down the city if coronavirus cases should spike again.
More Than 56K Marylanders Applied For Unemployment Last WeekMore than 56,000 Marylanders applied for unemployment insurance last week, about 10,000 more than the previous week.
Antenna Users Will Need To Rescan On July 2 To Keep Watching WJZ. Here's What You Need To Know.Due to a government mandate, WJZ-TV is transitioning to a new physical channel on July 2nd, 2020.
Baltimore Police To Move 70 Specialized Units Members To Patrol, No Officer Layoffs Expected After $22M In CutsBaltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison spoke exclusively to WJZ Investigator Mike Hellgren Wednesday about the movement to defund police, reforms in the department and his own future.
2006 Death Of Rey Rivera In Baltimore Featured In Netflix's Unsolved Mysteries RebootNetflix dropped a reboot of Unsolved Mysteries Wednesday -- and its first episode "Mystery on the Rooftop" talks about the 2006 disappearance and death of Rey Rivera in Baltimore.
3 Canton Restaurants Temporarily Closed Due To Employees Testing Positive For COVID-19Three restaurants in Baltimore's Canton neighborhood have announced they will temporarily close for cleaning after employees tested positive for coronavirus.
Police: New Jersey Murder Suspect Arrested In BaltimoreA New Jersey murder suspected was arrested Tuesday by Baltimore Police, officials say.