Fuku Coming To Baltimore With Delivery-Only Concept
Maryland Officials Look To Reduce Use Of Salt On RoadsIt’s a delicate balance of safety and environmental awareness—treating the roads with enough ice-melting salt to make sure they're safe to drive, while minimizing the impact on our environment.
Baltimore County Officials Hold Townhall On Increasing ViolenceAfter a record number of homicides last year, Baltimore County leaders are trying to stop the violence.
Baltimore Spending Board Approves $195K In GTTF SettlementsEight officers in the unit were convicted of racketeering, armed robbery, selling drugs, falsifying overtime and planting evidence on suspects they arrested.
Judge Denies Petition To Block Anne Arundel County's Emergency Mask OrderAnne Arundel County's emergency mask mandate will remain in place—for now.
Gas Line Struck In Downtown Baltimore, Fire Officials SayCrews with Baltimore Gas & Electric have stopped a gas leak about an hour after workers struck a high-pressure natural gas line in the unit block of E. Baltimore Street, according to Baltimore Firefighters IAFF Local 734.
Baltimore Launches Hiring Campaign For Hospitality IndustryHotels, restaurants and the entire hospitality industry took a hit in March 2020 when the pandemic shut down many of businesses for months on end.
Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Wednesday Afternoon WeatherMeteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Wednesday Afternoon Weather
HealthWatch: Long Wait Times At ER Linked To Higher Risk Of DeathWaiting more than five hours in the emergency room is linked to a higher risk of death, according to the results of a new study.
WJZ First Alert Meteorologist Tim Williams Has Your Wednesday Afternoon ForecastThe WJZ First Alert Weather team is declaring an “Alert Day” for Thursday in anticipation of a winter weather threat.
Gov. Hogan Presents Budget, Pledging Tax Relief And Education SpendingGov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday presented his eighth and final budget as executive, pledging $4.6 billion in tax cuts and $8.15 billion for K-12 education while also leaving $3.6 billion into the Rainy Day Fund.
Judge Denies Petition To Block Anne Arundel Mask OrderAnne Arundel County’s emergency mask mandate will remain in place—for now. A judge on Wednesday denied a petition for a temporary restraining order to block the mask mandate from being enforced.
Gov. Hogan To Present His 2023 Proposed BudgetMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan will unveil his 2023 budget proposal on Wednesday morning. Stream the governor's presentation live on CBSN Baltimore at 10 a.m.
WJZ Morning News & Weather: Jan. 19, 2022The latest headlines and weather from WJZ.
First Alert Meteorologist Tim Williams Has Your Wednesday Morning ForecastFirst Alert Meteorologist Tim Williams has your forecast for Wednesday, plus the potential for a winter weather threat Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Stick with the most experienced weather team in town on air and online.
Coffee With: CIAA Men's & Women's Basketball Tournament Coming To BaltimoreSports fans, now's your chance to buy your tickets for the 2022 CIAA Men's & Women's Basketball Tournament, which will tip off next month a Royal Farms Arena.
Baltimore Buzz: Mount Royal Soaps Giveaway, Plus Together Studios Hosts Gal-entine's DayIf you enjoy staying fresh and clean, then consider entering Mount Royal Soaps giveaway, which runs until 5 p.m. Wednesday. And if you don't have any plans for Valentine's Day, consider celebrating Gal-entine's Day with Together Studios.
Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Tuesday Night NewsMeteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Tuesday Night News
Burglars Target Little Italy Businesses OvernightThieves set their sights on businesses in Little Italy while most people were sleeping on Tuesday.
5G Debut Delayed Near Some Airports After Warning Of 'Massive Disruptions'Two major telecommunication companies put a pause on the launch of their new wireless service near key airports following concerns over interference with aircraft technology.
5G Debut Delayed Near Some Airports After Warning Of 'Massive Disruptions'Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport is not on the Federal Aviation Administration’s list where interference could lead to significant disruptions.
Marilyn Mosby Pushes For Quick Trial Before Her Next Election; Potential Jurors Could Come From Outside Baltimore CityThe lawyer for Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby, who faces four felony charges, wants any trial against her to be over before her next election in June.
Howard County Officials Announce $1,800 Bonuses For County's EducatorsHoward County officials on Tuesday announced they will pay over $16 million in bonuses to the county's full-time educators in a show of gratitude for their extraordinary efforts throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
CIAA To Hold First Basketball Championship In Baltimore Since 1952The country's oldest historically black athletic conference is hosting its 2022 men's and women's basketball championship in Baltimore.
17-Year-Old Charged In Annapolis Teen's Murder, Police SayA teen from Washington, D.C., is accused of murder in the September 2021 killing of another teen in Annapolis.