A new children's museum in the works for northwest Baltimore is hoping to shed light on a sometimes-forgotten chapter of black history.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra To Put On Star-Spangled Spectacular Show At Inner HarborThe Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is bringing all the patriotic sounds to the Inner Harbor as they’re set to put on a Star-Spangled Spectacular performance at Rash Field Park on Monday.
Where's Marty? Getting The Chance To Live Out His Rockstar DreamsMarty Bass visits a Cockeysville music camp, where he met some inspiring young people and got an opportunity to live out his dreams of being a rockstar.
Behind The Lens: Paul Gessler Talks About Krista Jacobs JourneyIn this edition of "Behind the Lens," Paul Gessler sits down with Meg and Sina to discuss his profile of Krista Jacobs, a local teen who's awaiting a transplant after experiencing kidney failure.
Community Rallies Around Pasadena Teen Awaiting Kidney TransplantThis time of year, Krista Jacobs would typically be playing softball. That's not the case this year because Jacobs has kidney failure, which means she needs a transplant. Paul Gessler has her story.
Furever Home: Meet Billy, The Loveable Pup Ready To Give You His HeartIn this edition of Furever Home, you'll meet Billy -- a loving pup who is available for adoption through CanineHumane.org.
Where's Marty? Living Out His Rockstar DreamsMarty Bass got a chance on Friday to live out his rockstar dreams with a visit to a Cockeysville music camp.
Maryland's Gas Tax Rose 7 Cents Friday As Average Price Hovers Near $5Maryland's legislatively mandated gas tax hike went into effect Friday, with prices rising by seven cents per gallon.
HealthWatch: Seeing Food Can Trigger Inflammatory Response In Brain, Scientists SayThe sight of a delicious meal has long been known to make people salivate. And now scientists might have figured out why. They say seeing food can trigger an inflammatory response within your brain, prompting your pancreas to release insulin.
Marty Bass Has Your Friday Afternoon ForecastMarty breaks down the hot and humid weather we're dealing with Friday, the severe weather that has prompted us to declare Saturday an Alert Day and a preview of what the forecast holds in store for July 4.
University of Maryland Medicine Release Findings On Death Of Pig Heart Transplant RecipientThe University of Maryland Medical Center has shed light on the death of a man who received a modified pig’s heart in a breakthrough transplant in Baltimore. An autopsy report shows that 57-year-old recipient David Bennett died from an array of complications including an IV anti-rejection medication.
University of Maryland Medicine Release Findings On Death Of Pig Heart Transplant RecipientThe University of Maryland Medical Center has shed light on the death of a man who received a modified pig's heart in a breakthrough transplant in Baltimore.
Baltimore Ravens Jaylon Ferguson Dead From Toxic Drug Cocktail, Autopsy ShowsMedical examiners have determined that Baltimore Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson died after overdosing on a cocktail of fentanyl and cocaine, authorities confirmed Friday.
Coffee With: The Class Of 2026 Naval Academy PlebesOn Thursday, the Naval Academy plebes were issued uniforms, got their hair buzzed and learned to salute in Annapolis.
Baltimore Buzz: Govans Community Fridge Announces Opening DayGovans Community Fridge announced it is opening its 24/7 community fridge on Monday, July 11.
First Alert Meteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Friday ForecastFirst Alert Meteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Friday Forecast
Bob Turk Has Your Thursday Night ForecastBob Turk Has Your Thursday Night Forecast
BWI Airport Says Its Prepared For Summer Travel SeasonAs travel ramps up with the Fourth of July weekend, the airport said it's ready for more visitors.
Maryland Gas Tax Hikes 7 Cents Friday, Gov. Hogan Calls For Another Tax HolidayMaryland's legislatively mandated gas tax hike takes effect at midnight Friday, with prices rising by seven cents per gallon.
In Baltimore, 6 In 10 Homicides Unsolved; A Mother Shares Her Pain After Losing Her Only SonBenita Henson is one of hundreds of mothers in Baltimore who are waiting for justice. Her son Keith Hamlin was killed in June 2018 on Valley Street in Latrobe Homes.
Gun Spotted In Driver's Car Before Baltimore Officer Dragged, Court Documents SayCharging documents for the Baltimore man accused of dragging a police officer for several blocks after fleeing from a traffic stop are shedding new light on the sequence of events that led up to the incident.
Class Of 2026 Plebes Report For Induction Day At US Naval AcademyThe plebes were issued uniforms, got their hair buzzed and learned to salute in Annapolis Thursday.
Gas Prices, Inflation Won't Stop Marylanders From Traveling This Fourth Of JulyMTA officials are warning drivers of major slowdowns during peak traveling hours from Thursday to Tuesday.
State Investigators Release Body Camera Footage From Fatal Essex Police ShootingThe Independent Investigations Division of the Maryland Attorney General's office is tasked with investigating civilian deaths at the hands of law enforcement.