Summer Storms Sweep Through Maryland TuesdaySummer storms swept through Maryland and surrounding states on Tuesday, causing some major headaches for travelers.
A Look At How Baltimore Is Dealing With Its Aging BridgesBaltimore City struggles with aging infrastructure, and some of the city's bridges are more than a century old and in need of repair.
UMD Football Player's Death Caused By HeatstrokeThe cause of University of Maryland football player Jordan McNair was kept private until Monday. He was killed by a heatstroke.
Baltimore Co. Officer Out, Another Officer Suspended After Further GTTF InvestigationAn officer has been suspended and another officer is no longer with the department after an investigation into the Gun Trace Task Force.
Maryland Zoo Welcomes Two Piglets To Their FarmyardThe Maryland Zoo welcomes two new additions to their zoo, two Kunekune pigs named Wilbur and Orville.
Safe Alternatives Foundation Keeps Kids Learning By DoingRecent studies have shown that women, African-Americans and Latinos lag behind when it comes to earning degrees or finding jobs involving science, technology, engineering and math.
Former Senator Nathaniel Oaks Sentenced To 3.5 Years In Prison, $30K FineFormer Senator Nathaniel Oaks, 71, has been sentenced 3-and-a-half years in prison with a $30,000 fine.
Northeast Market To Reopen Wednesday After Video Of Rats Inside Goes ViralNortheast Market voluntarily closed Tuesday after a video of rats running around inside went viral on Facebook.
Billions Being Spent To Fix Baltimore's Aging InfrastructureBaltimore is spending billions of dollars to fix its aging infrastructure, and WJZ was allowed rare access to one of the largest projects.
Maryland Reps Seek Presidential Medal For Slain JournalistMaryland's congressional delegation asked President Trump to award Presidential Medal of Freedom to a woman credited with saving lives in Capital Gazette shooting.
MDTA Police Look Out For Aggressive DriversNational studies show that aggressive driving is a factor in 56 percent of all fatal crashes.
Olszewski Wins Democratic Nomination For Baltimore Co. Exec. Following RecountJohnny Olszewski has won the Democratic primary for Baltimore County Executive following a recount.