Pitch In! WJZ & Orioles Team Up For 28th Annual Food And Funds DriveThis weekend, the Orioles kick off the 28th annual Food and Funds Drive. And as part of our continuing community commitment, WJZ is a proud sponsor of the event.
Loyola Blakefield’s Annual Blood Marrow Drive Embodies ‘Men For Others’ MottoA cause is something that unites people. It's a goal, a focus, a pathway. Now, as Mike Schuh reports, the freshmen at Loyola Blakefield who gave that school a cause won't see how it turns out.
Horseshoe Casino Starts Dealing New JobsBaltimore's Horseshoe Casino is dealing out jobs: 1,700 positions need to be filled.
WJZ & Orioles Team Up At Camden Yards For Annual 'Food And Funds Drive'The Orioles kick off the 27th annual Food and Funds Drive. And as part of our continuing community commitment, WJZ is a proud sponsor of the event.
49% Of Adults Text On The Drive To WorkThree years ago, an AT&T survey revealed 43 percent of adults text and drive. Today it's 49 percent.
Ravens Food DriveFamily members of Ravens players were at the gates of M&T Bank Stadium Sunday, collecting canned goods and donations for the Maryland Food Bank.
VIDEO: 2013 Acura ILX Test DriveCar enthusiast Mike West test drives the Acura ILX and explains why the bones of a Honda Civic make a decent Acura.
D.C. Commute Expected To Be Challenging After StormWashington-area residents and local leaders are preparing for a difficult Monday morning commute in parts of the region because of storm damage.
Md. Declares Liberal Leave For State WorkersGov. Martin O'Malley has declared liberal leave for state workers on Monday, urging residents not to drive if they don't have to because of the many traffic signal disabled by Friday's storms.
Pick-A-Side: Whose Ride Would You Rather Drive?What is the most popular ride in town? Click to find out.
Dozens Feed The Hungry In CantonMaryland's 26th Annual Harvest for the Hungry food drive ended Saturday with a big collection. Dozens helped stuff a bus full of healthy bags of non-perishable food in Canton. All of the bags will be distributed to low-income people throughout Baltimore City.