Documenting History: Local Institution Chronicles Maryland's Pandemic ExperienceIn Baltimore City, some of us snapped a photo, others pressed record, preserving a moment in time, a moment in Maryland's history.
‘Serial’ Twist: Baltimore Prosecutors Agree To New DNA Review In Adnan Syed CaseBaltimore City prosecutors have agreed to new DNA testing that Syed’s lawyers believe could clear his name.
Mosby Approves Additional Forensic Testing In Case Of Adnan Syed, Man At Center Of ‘Serial’ PodcastAdnan Syed’s story was widely publicized in the 2014 “Serial” podcast, which cast doubt on his guilt and inspired armchair investigators to unearth new information.
Family Of Man Who Died In Baltimore Police Custody Rallies For Mosby To Pick Up CaseThe Medical Examiner's Office said Tyrone West's death was the result of a combination of his heart condition, the struggle with police and the heat of summer.
Museum To Unveil Exhibit Highlighting Jackson Mitchell, Baltimore Woman Who Became First Black Attorney In MarylandJackson Mitchell was the daughter of legendary NAACP leader, Lillie Carroll Jackson
Baltimore Museum Of Art Celebrates Women With Joan Mitchell & 'All Due Respect' ExhibitsIn honor of Women’s History Month, WJZ is giving you an inside look at the newest exhibits adorning the walls of our iconic Baltimore Museum of Art.  
Maryland Weather: Alert Day In Effect For Western Maryland Due To Wind ThreatAfter waking up to a glaze of ice, we are drying out and temperatures are above freezing.
Baltimore’s Ukrainian Community Worries For Loved Ones, Uncertain Future After Russian InvasionThe Ukrainian community in Baltimore vowed to support their brothers and sisters who are under attack.
Maryland Woman Earns Degree In Medical Cannabis After Treatment Dramatically Helped Her Autistic SonIn 2014, Maryland legalized medical cannabis. Desperate to help her son, Michelle began researching its benefits, ultimately discovering the particular plants that contain chemicals that help Ian.
Marilyn Mosby Trial Could Begin In April, Not Soon Enough For Her TeamIf convicted, Mosby faces up to five years in federal prison for each perjury count and up to 30 years in federal prison for each false statement count.
USPS Letter Carrier Handed 6-Year Sentence For Maryland Mail Fraud ConspiracyAs part of his sentencing, Ogunlana has been ordered to pay $232,588 in restitution.
Former Beatle Paul McCartney Bringing Summer Tour To Camden Yards, Sources SayThe stadium show would be the first time McCartney played Baltimore since 1964
Medical Miracle: Baltimore Man Thrives After Suffering Cardiac Emergency, Waking Up Paralyzed
Baltimore Police Must Expunge 'Spy Plane' Data, According To Lawsuit SettlementThe parties entered into the settlement agreement in early January, according to court documents. 
Baltimore Organization Makes Effort To Revive Iconic Royal TheaterThe Royal Theatre was an icon in the city, where African-Americans celebrated music.