Mom Of Baltimore County Girl Dragged By School Bus Plans To Seek Legal ActionThe mother of a four-year-old girl who was dragged when her backpack became stuck while she was getting off a school bus said her daughter was harmed more than initial reports indicated.
'The North Championship Is The First Championship,' Ravens' Harbaugh SaysThe Ravens have already clinched the AFC North and a spot in the playoffs, but Harbaugh said he knows the team can do more and secure the number one seed.
Local Companies Help Middle River Family Get Wheelchair-Accessible VanA Baltimore County family has dealt with everything life has thrown at them. After seeing their story on WJZ, a local woman decided she needed to do something to get them what they needed most.
Preservationists Hope New Historical Discovery Will Save Cab Calloway Home From DemolitionPreservationists have uncovered more history they hope will help save the childhood home of the late jazz leader Cab Calloway from the wrecking ball.
Lamar Jackson Jerseys Are So Popular They Are Starting To Sell OutIf you're wanting to get on the Ravens bandwagon and buy a Lamar Jackson jersey, you may have to look hard for one.
Officials: At Least 1,300 Flu Deaths Reported So Far This Flu Season, Including 4 In MarylandAt least 1,300 people have died from the flu so far this season, including four people in Maryland.
UMMS Report: 'Significant Aspects' Of Board's Oversight Responsibilities 'Deeply Compromised'A report released Friday by the University of Maryland Medical System's board of directors in the wake of the "Healthy Holly" scandal found "significant aspects" of the board's oversight and decision-making responsibilities were "deeply compromised" by both some board members and structural flaws in the board's operation.
Karl Peck Sentenced In Fatal NW Baltimore ShootingA Baltimore man will spend 17 years in prison in the shooting death of a 49-year-old man in 2018.
Silver Alert Canceled For Montgomery County WomanA Silver Alert has been canceled for a formerly missing Montgomery County woman.
Some Construction Projects More Costly Due To Labor ShortageSome construction projects in Maryland are costing tens of millions of dollars more than original estimates, in large measure because of a lack of skilled trades in the region.
Md. Lawmakers Expect Education To Dominate 2020 SessionReforming Maryland’s public education system. Building new schools. Addressing gun safety. Funding the state’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities. These are some of the issues that Maryland state lawmakers expect to dominate the 2020 General Assembly session.
Davon Nelson Pleads Guilty To Federal Fentanyl Distribution ChargesA 34-year-old Baltimore man pleaded guilty Friday to federal fentanyl distribution charges, the justice department said.
12 States, Including Maryland, Hope To Block Trump's Executive Order On Refugee ResettlementTwelve states, including Maryland, have joined a coalition hoping to block President Donald Trump's executive order on refugee resettlement and the state department's efforts to implement it.
Maryland Gas Prices Drop Again As Demand Reaches Lowest Level Since FebruaryAAA expects gas prices to keep falling through the end of the year barring any major jumps in the price of crude oil.
Navy Midshipmen Running Football To Philadelphia Ahead Of Army-Navy GameIt's an annual tradition that this year falls on the Navy.