One in ten bodies that had forensic autopsies performed on them in Maryland in late May and June had COVID-19 antibodies, a higher rate than expected, according to a new study from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Derek Beasley Has Your Saturday Evening Weather ForecastDerek Beasley Has Your Saturday Evening Weather Forecast
19-Year-Old Man Shot In Baltimore's Upton Neighborhood Saturday, Police SayHomicide detectives are investigating a shooting that injured a 19-year-old man in Baltimore's Upton neighborhood on Saturday, according to authorities.
Fourth Of July Fireworks Return To Baltimore's Inner HarborFor the first time since 2019, Baltimore’s annual fireworks display is back in full force and poised to light up the city skyline Monday.
Derek Beasley Has Your Saturday Evening ForecastDerek Beasley Has Your Saturday Evening Forecast
Howard Bernstein Has Your Updated ForecastHoward Bernstein Has Your Updated Forecast
Bob Turk Has Your Friday Night WeatherBob Turk Has Your Friday Night Weather
Gas Prices, Inflation Won't Stop Marylanders Traveling This Fourth Of July WeekendAAA predicts nearly 48 million Americans are traveling this holiday weekend, with most of them driving.
Bob Turk Has Your Friday Evening WeatherBob Turk Has Your Friday Evening Weather
Crabs For A Cause: Jimmy's Famous Seafood Hosts Fundraiser For Victims Of Buffalo Mass ShootingCrabs for a cause is Saturday, July 9 at 3 p.m.
Teen, 14, Shot In Northeast BaltimoreA 14-year-old boy was shot in the hip Friday afternoon in Northeast Baltimore, police said.
June Deadliest Month In Baltimore In 7 Years; Federal-Local Partnership Aims To Solve More HomicidesMaryland’s U.S. Attorney Erik Barron hopes the law enforcement officials who work in the Baltimore warehouse, known as the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force, are the key to reversing the trend of rising homicides.
Community MVP: The Youth Resiliency InstituteThe Youth Resiliency Institute is dedicated to inspiring children, youth and young adults in Baltimore.
Baltimore Police Stepping Up Inner Harbor Presence On Fourth Of JulyBaltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said his department will have a "robust deployment" strategy
State Police Expand Traffic Enforcement On I-83 In Baltimore CityIf you start seeing more state troopers in Baltimore City, don't be surprised.
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.
'It's Sad': Marylanders Lament Even Higher Gas Prices After State Tax HikeMaryland’s gas tax increased seven cents Friday to 43 cents per gallon.
Baltimore Officer Alert and Talking After Being Dragged By Car In Traffic StopBaltimore Police Commissioner Harrison said the officer remains hospitalized in fair condition, but is talking and alert now.
Baltimore Ravens LB Jaylon Ferguson Died Of Toxic Drug Cocktail, Autopsy FindsMedical examiners have determined that Baltimore Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson died after overdosing on a cocktail of fentanyl and cocaine, authorities confirmed Friday.
Bob Turk Has Your Friday Afternoon ForecastBob Turk Has Your Friday Afternoon Forecast
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.