The National Zoo in Washington needs your help naming its new baby porcupine.
USPS Warns Of Mail-In Ballot Delays Ahead Of General ElectionUSPS Warns Of Mail-In Ballot Delays Ahead Of General Election
Bob Turk Has One Last Look At Your Friday Night ForecastSaturday will be less humid.
Staffing Shortages, Increase In Trash Volume Lead To Curbside Pickup Delays, Baltimore DPW SaysThe Baltimore City Department of Public Works is blaming delays in curbside trash pickup on a number of factors, including the coronavirus pandemic and the weather.
Family Of Amira Jennings, Teen Killed In I-695 Hit-And-Run, Pleads With Driver To Come ForwardThe family of a 17-year-old girl struck and killed on Interstate 695 in Baltimore County earlier this week is pleading for the driver who hit her to come forward.
Flooding Reported Following Heavy Rain In BaltimoreHeavy rain in parts of Maryland led to flooding in parts of the Baltimore area Friday evening.
Baltimore Buzz: Orioles On A Hot StreakRick and Vic share what's buzzing in Baltimore.
Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Friday Evening ForecastA flood warning is in effect for parts of Baltimore City and Baltimore County.
Y In Central Maryland Looks For Food Distribution VolunteersY In Central Maryland Looks For Food Distribution Volunteers
Annapolis Apartment Fire On June 25 Caused By Lightning StrikeFire officials say a fire at an Annapolis apartment complex along Spa Road was caused by a lightning strike.
Volunteers Needed To Help With Cleanup Following Baltimore Gas ExplosionFour days after a deadly gas explosion in a northwest Baltimore neighborhood, the cleanup continues as family members mourn the victims.
Baltimore Trash Pickup Delayed Due To Staffing ShortagesBaltimore Trash Pickup Delayed Due To Staffing Shortages
BWI Airport Sees Busiest Day Since July 2BWI Airport Sees Busiest Day Since July 2
Anti-Animal Abuse Campaign Featuring Ravens' Nick Boyle Launching Next WeekAnti-Animal Abuse Campaign Featuring Ravens' Nick Boyle Launching Next Week
Lexington Market Returns To Normal Daily ScheduleLexington Market Returns To Normal Daily Schedule
Kids Surprise Baltimore Police Officer With Ice Pop On Hot DayIt was a cool moment on a hot July day.
Montgomery County Cancels Coronavirus Testing Amid Lab ConcernsMontgomery County Cancels Coronavirus Testing Amid Lab Concerns
Suspect In Custody After Making Threats On MTA Bus In Lutherville-Timonium, Police SayBaltimore County Police say an armed suspect is in custody after he allegedly made threats on an MTA bus in the Lutherville-Timonium area.
Talbot County Council Votes To Keep Confederate StatueThe Talbot County Council voted earlier this week to keep a controversial memorial honoring Confederate soldiers outside the courthouse.
Postal Service Warns Of Mail-In Ballot Delays Ahead Of General ElectionMail-in ballots could be delayed in 46 states, including Maryland, possibly leading to those ballots not being counted in the November general election, the U.S. Postal Service warned.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Hospitalizations, ICU Are Down As COVID-19 Cases Totals Near 99KAt least 700 more coronavirus cases were reported in Maryland Friday as the total nears 99,000.
Baltimore Explosion: Volunteers Needed To Help With CleanupFour days after a deadly gas explosion in a northwest Baltimore neighborhood, the clean up continues as family members mourn the victims.
Muslim Woman Accuses Maryland McDonald's Franchisee Of DiscriminationA Muslim woman who worked for a McDonald’s franchisee in Maryland claims managers and co-workers sexually harassed her and subjected her to religious discrimination after she converted to Islam. Katie Johnston reports.
The Charmery Celebrates 7th Anniversary With 'Wanderlust' Ice Cream FlavorsThe Charmery will celebrate its 7th anniversary new "Wanderlust" flavors that will take customers around the globe for 10 days.
Black-Owned Businesses Highlighted In Maryland This Month To Help Them Survive PandemicIt's Black Business Month and the state is placing the spotlight on Maryland's Black-owned businesses.