Cover up or bring in your plants! Parts of Maryland could see frost early Saturday.
'Coats For Kids' Gives Brand New Jackets To 1,000 ChildrenHundreds of local students got to pick out, try on and go home with a brand new winter coat Tuesday.
High Schoolers Gain Experience With Popup RestaurantClass is in session for students of Forest Park High School who are part of a culinary program.
Baltimore Buzz: Bye Bye, Bei BeiPanda Bei Bei has left the National Zoo and is heading back to China.
Chelsea Ingram Has A Look At Your Tuesday Evening ForecastA pleasant stretch ahead before the next chance of rain moves in for Friday.
Free One-Hour Parking At BWI's Hourly Garage This Holiday SeasonThe Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport is hoping to make holiday travel a little bit easier.
BPD Commissioner's New Comments On Detective Sean Suiter CaseBPD Commissioner Michael Harrison refused Tuesday to commit to releasing a state police review of the investigation into the death of Detective Sean Suiter.
Sean Urbanski's Ex-Grifriend Seeks To Avoid Testifying At Hate Crime TrialA California college student wants to be excused from testifying at the murder trial of an ex-boyfriend charged with a hate crime in a black student's fatal stabbing on the University of Maryland's campus.
Caught On Camera: Woman Struck In North Baltimore Hit-And-RunPolice are searching for a suspect after a woman was hit by a car in north Baltimore Monday afternoon.
Police Release Identity Of Victim In Deadly Glen Burnie ShootingPolice have identified a man who was shot and killed in Glen Burnie on Monday.
Auditors ‘Hindered’ In University Of Maryland Medical System ReportAn auditor for the state of Maryland says his office has been “hindered” repeatedly in an audit of the University of Maryland Medical System, which has been rocked by scandal and resignations of board members.
Baltimore Councilwoman To Vote Against Plastic Bag BanBaltimore's city council Monday night signed off on legislation that would ban retailers from giving out plastic bags at checkouts and charge customers for other single-use bags.
'We're Going To Rally Together' | Parents React To Controversial Redistricting Plan In Howard CountyThe Howard County School Board voted preliminarily to move forward with a controversial redistricting plan which would change where thousands of students go to school.
Baltimore Police | 19 Arrested In Prostitution Sting OperationBaltimore Police | 19 Arrested In Prostitution Sting Operation
Officials Warn Maryland Residents Of Lottery Scam LetterThe state Attorney General's Office is warning residents about a lottery scam targeting Maryland residents.
State Auditors Say UMMS 'Hindered' InvestigationAn auditor for the state of Maryland says his office has been “hindered” repeatedly in an audit of the University of Maryland Medical System, which has been rocked by scandal and resignations of board members.
Teen Shot Following Home Invasion In TaneytownA 16-year-old was shot during an early morning home invasion in Carroll County.
Maryland State Police Warn Of Cyber Flashing Through iPhone AirdropThere's a new trend that you don't want to get in on- cyber flashing. Katie Johnston reports.
3 Arrested In Glen Burnie Home InvasionThree men were arrested in connection with a home invasion in Glen Burnie Monday evening, Anne Arundel County Police said. Katie Johnston reports.
Yashica Terry Charged In Kidnapping Of 4-Year-Old; Allegedly Pushed 76-Year-Old Grandfather During IncidentA 39-year-old Bethesda woman was charged with the abduction and kidnapping of a 4-year-old girl Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Chelsea Ingram Has A Look At Your Tuesday Afternoon ForecastMilder air has moved in for the next few days. Our next change for rain is Friday.
WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 11-19-19WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 11-19-19
13-Year-Old Boy Robbed In Annapolis, Police SayAnnapolis police are investigating the robbery and assault of a 13-year-old boy Monday afternoon.
Petition Calls For Recall Of DC Councilman Jack EvansThe D.C. Board of Elections has received a petition asking for the recall of a district councilman accused of violating ethics rules.
Maryland Adds Nearly 11K Jobs Last MonthThe U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics released state jobs and unemployment data, citing that Maryland added 10,700 jobs in October.