Slippery Roads Expected Tuesday MorningWhen people get on the roads Tuesday morning, they will not have to worry about snow or temperatures below 20 degrees.
Very, Very Cold Morning: Be PreparedWhile snow has been dumped in much of the eastern part of Maryland, temperatures are expected to dip on Friday morning.
Man Arrested After Jumping Into WJZ Weather VanA man was arrested outside the Towson Safeway after he jumped into WJZ's Mobile Weather Lab.
Local Food Bank Gets A Big BoostThe Maryland Food Bank helps put millions of meals on the tables of the needy.
Cheap Gas Prices Are A Welcome SightGas prices are falling and falling. You may have noticed prices at the pump just keep going lower and it's all driven by crude oil. Monday, oil hit its lowest price in almost six years. It's a milestone drivers like to see but it's fueling financial fears on Wall Street.
Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014Coffee With Baltimore native and actor Vincent De Paul; People Are Talking about the end of farmers market season.
Cartoonist For Baltimore Sun Gets A 'Kickstart' On New ProjectYou may know him as Kal, the cartoonist for the Baltimore Sun, but nearly everywhere else in the world he's known for his work in the English publication, The Economist. In fact, while the people of Baltimore consider him their hometown cartoonist, Kal actually got his start in London after graduating Harvard.
Students At Catholic High Learn To Defend Against Computer HackersWith experts warning of a coming shortage of those who can battle computer hackers, new cyber security degrees are popping up at universities all over the country, and Catholic High School is getting its brightest students on the fast track.
Saturday, October 29, 2011Mike Schuh reports live from Canton for the second annual KidsPeace Trick-or-Trot 5K run/1M walk. Tim Williams and Gigi Barnett talked to Sam Hadzaman, from the Dundalk Home Depot, about affordable ways to save energy this fall and winter.
Saturday, February 19, 2011
Riding Instructor's Son Has Lucky Touch With HorsesIn some sports, the greatest athletes become household names: Ray Lewis, Cal Ripken and Johnny Unitas come to mind.
Group Tries To Remove "Food Deserts" In BaltimoreIn Baltimore, like many large urban cities, there are what's called "food deserts," places far removed from supermarkets and access to fresh food.
Saturday, Nov. 20, 2010What makes us smile? Mike Schuh has the secret. Plus, help for those aching feet.