Playground Honors Harford County Medal Of Honor Recipient Alfred B. HiltonA new park in a Harford County community honors a war hero who gave his life for the country.
New Johns Hopkins Report Lays Out Plan To Lead Baltimore On Path To 'Digital Equity' With the sudden boom of online learning, remote work and telehealth visits, the need for reliable internet access is stronger than ever.
As New COVID-19 Strains Pop Up, Some Stress Wearing Double Masks, Taking Vaccine As Soon As It's OfferedSome people have begun to wear two masks for double protection. Experts say that's not a bad idea, certainly in more crowded spaces-- and as doctors believe the new COVID-19 variants make the virus more contagious.
Baltimore Restaurant Relief Virtual Gala To Raise Funds For Struggling RestaurantsWith restaurants struggling every day citizens, businesses and even sports figures are rallying together to help save our favorite Baltimore establishments.
Family, Friends Of Baltimore Rapper 'Dee Dave' Remember Him With Vigil One Year After His MurderOne year after a local rapper was gunned down in Essex, his family is remembering his life, taken too soon.
Business Owners, Community Concerned After Another Fire Damages Edmondson Village Shopping CenterOne day after a large fire broke out at the Edmondson Village Shopping Center, WJZ is now getting a closer look at the damage to the building.
Howard County Police Investigating Reports Of At Least 19 Car Break-Ins In Columbia Neighborhoods Along Route 108Howard County Police are investigating at least 19 recent car break-ins in Columbia neighborhoods along Route 108.
'It's Super Exciting': Baltimore Restaurants Now Open For In-Person DiningIt was a big day for restaurant and bar owners in Baltimore as COVID-19 restrictions on dining loosened for the first time in six weeks.
Local Doctor Says It Is 'A Little Too Early' To Conclude UK COVID-19 Variant May Be More DeadlyConcerns are growing about the variant of coronavirus that's sweeping across the UK and the world. UK officials warn it could be more deadly, but some doctors say it's too early to tell.
'A Gut Punch': Maryland Teachers' Associations Push Back Against Gov. Hogan's Call To Move To Hybrid In-Person LearningParents, students and teachers are expressing mixed reactions about the risk of in-person learning amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Maryland Union Leaders Blast Gov. Hogan Over COVID-19 Health, Safety Agreements Following Deaths Of More Essential WorkersThree more essential workers in the State of Maryland have now died from COVID-19. The local chapter of the Municipal Workers Union AFSCME says the victims worked in state prisons and at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Columbia Man Facing Federal Charges For Making Online Threats To Blow Up IRS Headquarters, Shoot House Speaker Nancy PelosiA Columbia man is facing federal charges of making online threats to blow up the IRS Headquarters building and shoot House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
Maryland National Guard Among Those To Help Administer COVID-19 Vaccines In Baltimore CountyAt Baltimore County's primary vaccination clinic, senior citizens are getting a shot to stamp out COVID-19.
$731.1M And $2M Winning Powerball Tickets Sold In MarylandThere has been a jackpot winner in the $730 million Powerball, the first to get the top prize in months.
Local Parents Express Mixed Reactions About Calls For Schools To Move To Hybrid In-Person LearningParents, students and teachers are expressing mixed reactions about the risk of in-person learning amid the coronavirus pandemic.