Thistle Road In Baltimore County Reopens Nearly 15 Months After Major FloodingNearly 15 months after floodwaters wiped out parts of Thistle Road in western Baltimore County, traffic is once again flowing on the two-lane road near Catonsville.
Thistle Road To Reopen After Being Destroyed In Baltimore County 2018 FloodingThe road, located between Frederick Road and the Patapsco River, was damaged by the same floods that caused significant damage in Ellicott City and in southwestern Baltimore County. 
Flood Warning Issued For Baltimore City And CountyThe National Weather Service has issued a Flood Warning for Baltimore City and parts of Baltimore County.
Family Of 6 Rescued From Flooding Vessel Near BaltimoreThe Coast Guard saved a family of six after their vessel began taking on water Tuesday night.
Cleanup Underway After Flooding In Parts Of Baltimore City Following Heavy RainsNumerous WJZ viewers sent in videos and photos of cars up to their hoods in water. One sent a photo of a man on the roof of a vehicle needing to be rescued.
Visible Discoloration Of Baltimore's Inner Harbor May Be Due To Water Main BreakThe same water main break that flooded CSX tracks and roadways in downtown Baltimore near the M&T Bank Stadium is causing a visible discoloration of the Inner Harbor.
Roads Went Underwater In Frederick After Flash FloodingOfficials in Frederick closed numerous roads in the city Monday morning due to flash flooding.
Flooding Causes Amtrak Trains To Stop Between D.C. And New CarrolltonFlash flooding in Maryland is causing service disruptions for Amtrak trains between Washington, D.C. and New Carrollton in Prince George's County.
Flash Flood Watch Issued For Sunday Evening, Monday MorningThe National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch from 6 p.m. Sunday until 6 a.m. Monday.
Ellicott City Store Closes After Being Flooded TwiceA Maryland business owner is closing her craft shop that flooded twice in two years after raging floodwaters engulfed a historic mill town's main street.
'Safe And Sound Program' Aimed At Making Ellicott City Waterways SaferHoward County brought in the non-profit Ecoworks to survey the waterway along 55 selected checkpoints as part of a new strategy called "Safe and Sound."