FBI Behind Mysterious Surveillance Aircraft Over Baltimore, Other Cities
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Weather Blog: Summer SunsetsLife is good these days, you just have to find the right time of the day to enjoy it.
Coffee With:Black Girls CookLocal nonprofit "Black Girls Cook" is teaching young women in Baltimore the art of cooking and urban development.
Marty Bass Wednesday Morning WeatherIt will be sunny, hot and humid today.
Bob Turk Has The Last Look At Your Tuesday Night ForecastBob Turk Has The Last Look At Your Tuesday Night Forecast
City Housing Authority | Water Returned To Poe HomesAfter an extensive outage, water service has been restored to residents of Poe Homes, according to the Housing Authority of Baltimore City.
Frederick County Firefighter Dies While Responding To CrashWJZ News at 11:00 p.m.
Commissioner Harrison Announces Deployment Adjustments In Effort To Combat Violent CrimeBaltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison announced detailed deployment adjustments and the department's new "place-based patrolling" strategy in microzones- an area with high crime in a press conference Tuesday afternoon.
333 Pounds Of Cocaine Seized At Port Of BaltimoreLaw enforcement officials seized 333 pounds of cocaine from inside a shipping container at the Port of Baltimore earlier this month, the largest such seizure U.S. Customs and Border Patrol have ever seen at the port.
Mueller Set To Testify Before House PanelsSpecial counsel Robert Mueller will testify publicly before House panels July 17 after being subpoenaed.
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Alleged Drunk Driver In Deadly Crash In Ocean City Has History Of DUI ArrestsThe alleged drunk driver involved in a deadly Ocean City crash has a history of arrests for driving under the influence.
Officials Investigating Shooting Near Essex Convenience StorePolice are investigating a reported shooting that left one man injured in Essex late Monday night.
Allstate | Baltimore Drivers Worst In The NationBaltimore drivers are the worst- again.
Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Tuesday Night ForecastBob Turk Has A Look At Your Tuesday Night Forecast
Gaithersburg Man Sentenced For Selling Fentanyl That Caused At Least One Fatal OverdoseA 34-year-old Gaithersburg man was sentenced to 150 months-- or 12.5 years-- in federal prison, followed by five years of supervised release for a conspiracy to distribute fentanyl, heroin and cocaine and being a felon in possession of a firearm.
11 Ducks In Need Of A New Home In Harford County11 little duckies need a home!
More Than Half Of Maryland Drivers Now Compliant With REAL ID Regulations, According To MVAMore than half of Maryland's 5 million licensed drivers are now fully compliant with federal REAL ID requirements as the October 2020 deadline looms, officials said Tuesday.
Over 2 Dozen Cats Rescued Out Of Abandoned Hotel Room In Washington CountyMore than two dozen cats found abandoned at a Washington County hotel room are looking for new homes.
Maryland Lawmakers Host Workshop To Examine Measures Needed To Protect Child Victims Of Domestic AbuseMaryland lawmakers are looking for better outcomes in child custody cases involving abuse and are examing what legislation may be needed to protect child victims of domestic violence.
Baltimore Mailman Pleads Guilty To Delivering Marijuana Along Postal RouteA man is pleading guilty to his role in a drug-dealing operation in which he paid a U.S. Postal worker in drugs and cash to not just carry mail-- but also distribute over 100 kilograms of marijuana while on his mail route around Baltimore.
BGE HOME Installing New Hybrid Systems Into 10 Vehicles To Improve Fuel EfficiencyXL Hybrids, the company that does these conversions for BGE HOME, said that clients see a 25 percent improvement. In the case of BGE, a bump from 11 to 14 miles a gallon.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison Speaks On Violent Weekend In The CityBaltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison Speaks On Violent Weekend In The City
Precinct 12 Dundalk Officers Play Ball With Underprivileged, At-Risk Youth In 4th Annual CampThe weeklong camp focuses on underprivileged and at-risk youth from eight to 14-years-old.
The Baltimore Book Festival And Light City 2019 To Feature 20 Light Art Installations, Bestselling Authors & MoreIt will be a celebration of art, light, literature, music and innovation this November when Light City and the Baltimore Book Festival join forces downtown -- turning two popular events into one big festival.
Orioles Top Pick Adley Rutschman 'Very Excited' After Introduction In BaltimoreThe Baltimore Orioles officially introduced their top draft pick, former Oregon State catcher Adley Rutschman, to the Baltimore media and fans at a press conference Tuesday.
Airports Will See More Travelers Than Ever This SummerBWI's one day record was set a few years back at 42,000 passengers.
City Leaders Want To Use Excess Revenue For Ransomware CostsBaltimore City leaders are planning to use 10 million dollars in excess revenues to pay for the costs of recovering from the ransomware attack.
Court Hearing Postponed In Capital Gazette Newspaper Shooting CaseThe accused killer in the attack on a Maryland newsroom last year faced a judge again Tuesday as attorneys edge closer to trial.