SEE IT: Work Wraps Up On Candelabra Tower On TV Hill In BaltimoreThe work continues to replace an old antenna on WJZ's candelabra tower.
Work Underway On WJZ's Candelabra Tower; Old Antennas RemovedEyes were on the skies around Television Hill on Tuesday as the antennas for three local TV stations, including WJZ, were removed from the iconic candelabra tower in north Baltimore.
Innovators Stepping Up For Those In Need During COVID-19 PandemicThroughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we have seen some incredible stories of people who have jumped in to help those in need.
Miss WJZ? Rescan Again To Get UsDue to a government mandate, WJZ-TV is transitioning to a new physical channel on July 2nd, 2020.
Antenna Users, It's Time To Rescan Your TVs Again If You Want To Watch WJZDue to a government mandate, WJZ-TV is transitioning to a new physical channel on July 2nd, 2020.
Download WJZ's New AppWJZ has a new app! Stay up to date on news, weather, sports and more from CBS Baltimore.
Great Pyrenees Rescued By Baltimore County Fire DNR, EMS After Falling Off Trail At Gunpowder Falls State ParkThe Baltimore County Fire Department DNR and EMS rescued her and her dog after the fall.
'I'm Not Messing With You' | Former WJZ Staffer, Baltimore Native Deion Broxton Becomes Viral Hit Over Yellowstone Bison VideoEast Baltimore native Deion Broxton was working his job as a reporter for NBC Montana Wednesday when his camera caught his now-viral reaction as a herd of bison started walking toward him.
WJZ Traffic Reporter Sharon Gibala Talks About Having A Newborn In The House AgainLinh Bui caught up with Sharon, her husband Baltimore Blast captain Tony Donatelli, and baby Sophia on Facetime.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Majority Of WJZ Staff Working Remotely, But Commitment To Community RemainsAs WJZ strives to bring you the most accurate, up-to-date information about the coronavirus pandemic as well as other news in the Baltimore area, we've had to make a few changes to the way we do things to ensure the safety of our staff.
'A Painful Recovery': How Shingles Sidelined WJZ's Tim Williams For WeeksHealth problems sidelined WJZ anchor and meteorologist Tim Williams for six weeks last year. Now, he's hoping to use what he went through to help others.
What You Need To Know About ShinglesThere's a good chance you or someone you know has had or will have shingles -- one in three U.S. adults will come down with it. But what exactly is the virus and how can you reduce your chance of getting sick?
WJZ's Annual Black History Oratory Competition 2020WJZ’s Annual Black History Oratory Competition begins on January 1, 2020 and is open to all Maryland high school students in grades 9-12.
Former WJZ News Set Gets New Life At Harford Community CollegeIt’s been a little over a year since WJZ debuted a completely revamped news set, and now the old morning news desk that loyal viewers saw for nearly two decades years lives on at Harford Community College.
How To Get Free Breakfast From WJZ’s Morning TeamStart your week off right with FREE breakfast.