It'll be clear and cold as the Ravens take on the New York Jets in Baltimore on Thursday night.
Ravens Fan Show Purple Pride In Orlando Ahead Of Pro BowlRavens Fan Show Purple Pride In Orlando Ahead Of Pro Bowl
Baltimore DOT Employee Suspended After Filing False Overtime ClaimA Baltimore Department of Transportation employee was suspended for 28 days without pay after they filed a false overtime claim last summer.
Police Seize 148 Grams Of Suspected Crack Cocaine From Cecil County ManAfter a month-long operation into an interstate drug trafficking operation, Maryland State Police have arrested a Cecil County man on drug charges.
Alicia Keys Tour To Stop In BaltimoreAlicia Keys is coming to Baltimore!
Police Searching For 2 Suspects Who Attempted To Rob Beauty Store In Anne Arundel CountyPolice are searching for two female suspects who allegedly tried to rob a beauty supply store in Brooklyn.
Baltimore Buzz: Here's What's Trending In BaltimoreBaltimore Buzz: Here's What's Trending In Baltimore
Chelsea Ingram Has A Look At Your Wednesday Night ForecastChelsea Ingram Has A Look At Your Wednesday Night Forecast
Primary Election For 7th Congressional Seat Two Weeks AwayThe primary election to replace the late Congressman Elijah Cummings is just two weeks away.
Late Congressman Elijah Cummings Honored With Scholarship at UMD School Of LawLate Congressman Elijah Cummings Honored With Scholarship at UMD School Of Law
Ravens Orlando Brown, Marlon Humphrey Enjoying Pro Bowl FestivitiesRavens, Fans Enjoying Pro Bowl Festivities In Orlando
New Bill Aims To Make Lemonade Stands Legal In MarylandDid you know that it is actually illegal to have a lemonade stand in the State of Maryland.
WJZ Black History Month Oratory Competition Works To Inspire Future GenerationsFor many years now, WJZ shines a spotlight on Black History Month, while working to inspire the minds of our future generation through an oratory competition.
TSA Catches 2nd Handgun In 2 Days At BWI CheckpointTSA Catches 2nd Handgun In 2 Days At BWI Checkpoint
Prosecutors: Alleged White Supremacists Wanted Civil WarProsecutors: Alleged White Supremacists Wanted Civil War
Former Police Officer In Maryland Charged With Rape, Transmitting HIVA former Prince George's County Police officer was indicted on a slew of charges, including rape and exposing a victim to HIV.
St. Mary's County Public Schools Responds To Lawsuit By Parents Of Jaelynn WilleyThe parents of a teenager killed at Great Mills High School in March 2018 are now suing the school.
Man Fired Nearly 200 Rounds At Deputies During Barricade Situation, Officials SayMan Fired Nearly 200 Rounds At Deputies During Barricade Situation, Officials Say
Police: Brothers Posed As Painters And Robbed HomesPolice: Brothers Posed As Painters And Robbed Homes
Former Maryland Delegate Pleads Guilty To Wire Fraud And Bribery ChargesA former state lawmaker who represented Baltimore and was a leading advocate for legalizing marijuana in Maryland pleaded guilty Wednesday to federal honest services wire fraud and bribery charges.
Investigation Underway Into Sudden Death Of Man While In Police CustodyPolice are investigating after a man suddenly died in their custody Tuesday night in Baltimore County.
Vaccine Program Fights 'Swamp Cancer' Among Chincoteague Wild PoniesThe managers of a Virginia island's herd of wild horses say a vaccination program to protect the ponies from a swamp disease that killed seven horses in 2018 is showing encouraging results. Katie Johnston reports.
Lamar Jackson Talks About His Goals For Next SeasonLamar Jackson and the Ravens are in Orlando this week for the Pro Bowl, but it doesn't mean they aren't still thinking about the Super Bowl and next season.
Ravens QB Lamar Jackson Files For TrademarkRavens quarterback Lamar Jackson has filed a trademark application for three phrases.
Baltimore County Passes Bill Requiring More Security At Gun Shops, ShowsThe Baltimore County Council passed a bill Tuesday that would require more security at gun shops and gun shows.