A new president has been appointed for Coppin State University.
Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Thursday Afternoon ForecastMeteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Thursday Afternoon Forecast
Former Ravens Player Robert McCune Among 10 Ex-NFL Players Charged With Defrauding League's Health Care BenefitsFormer Ravens player Robert McCune has been caught up in a scandal involving former NFL players and their health care benefits. Katie Johnston reports.
WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 12-12-19WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 12-12-19
Police: 2 People Shot In Annapolis Neighborhood Wednesday NightPolice are investigating after officers heard shots being fired in a neighborhood in Annapolis later Wednesday evening.
Man Held At Gunpoint After Answering Door, Shot In Struggle With Suspects, Baltimore Police SayA 41-year-old man was shot in the lower abdomen in northeast Baltimore late Wednesday night, police said.
Two Injured In Shootings In Baltimore Wednesday NightTwo people were injured in separate shootings in Baltimore Wednesday night, police said.
Millersville Man Found Guilty In Teen's Overdose DeathA 46-year-old Millersville man was found guilty Wednesday in the overdose death of a 16-year-old.
Kids Get Chance To Shop For Gifts For Themselves, Parents Thanks To Anne Arundel Co. PoliceSome children in Anne Arundel County got a chance to do some Christmas shopping for free.
Three Sailors Killed In Pensacola Shooting Posthumously Awarded 'Wings Of Gold'Three sailors killed in a shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola last week were posthumously awarded "Wings of Gold" Tuesday.
Two Seriously Injured, 1 Life-Threatening, After Car Hits Tree In Arnold A man and a woman are both seriously injured, one with life-threatening injuries, after a car versus tree situation in Anne Arundel County.
Police Investigating 7-Eleven Attempted Robbery Of Taxi Driver In Glen BurnieThe taxi driver said he was returning to his vehicle when he was approached by a man who pinned him against his own vehicle and demanded money.
19-Year-Old Man Allegedly Used Tool Sales Through App to Lure Victims In 2 Baltimore CarjackingsA 19-year-old man allegedly committed two carjackings within three days back in June, using tool sales on an app to lure victims, officials say.
HealthWatch: Child Care Centers Rarely Require Flu VaccinesHealthWatch: Child Care Centers Rarely Require Flu Vaccines
Naval Academy To Honor Shooting Victims At Army-Navy GameThe U.S. Naval Academy will honor recent graduate Ensign Joshua Kaleb Watson, Airman Mohammed S. Haitham, and Airman Apprentice Cameron Scott Walters at the 120th Army-Navy game on Saturday.
Man Accused Of Throwing A Water Pitcher At Baltimore JudgeA twice-convicted sex criminal now faces even more charges after allegedly hurling a metal pitcher at the head of a Maryland judge.
Officials Searching For Possible Body In The Inner HarborBaltimore City Fire is searching the water after reports that a man had jumped into the water at Inner Harbor.
As Playoffs Near, Which NFL Teams Pose Biggest Threat To Lamar Jackson & The Ravens?The Baltimore Ravens have won nine straight games, sit at 11-2 on the season, and they look, at least on offense, to be virtually unstoppable. Katie Johnston reports.
WJZ Morning News & Weather Roundup 12-12-19WJZ Morning News & Weather Roundup 12-12-19
Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Thursday Morning ForecastMeteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Thursday Morning Forecast
Coffee With: Maryland SPCA Asks For Presents For PetsCoffee With: Maryland SPCA Asks For Presents For Pets
Baltimore Buzz: Beverly Hillbillies Mansion Sets Record For $150M SaleBaltimore Buzz: Beverly Hillbillies Mansion Sets Record For $150M Sale
National Zoo Taking Votes To Name 1-Month-Old PorcupineThe National Zoo in Washington needs your help naming its new baby porcupine.
Bob Turk Has One Last Look At Your Wednesday Night ForecastIt will be cooler on Thursday before a slight warmup for the weekend.
First Cold-Related Death Of Winter Season Reported In MarylandWinter is still more than a week away, but the Maryland Department of Health reported the first cold-related death of the season on Wednesday.