FDA Advisory Committee Votes To Recommend Authorizing Johnson & Johnson’s New COVID-19 Vaccine
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.
Baltimore Restaurants Still Struggling To Survive PandemicThe COVID-19 pandemic has caused a myriad of financial problems for local restaurants and made it difficult for their owners to plan for the future.
Restraining Order Could End Anne Arundel County's Mask MandateAnne Arundel County's emergency mask mandate is in the hands of a judge tonight.
Marilyn Mosby Hopes For Fast Trial Following IndictmentU.S. Attorney Erek Barron tells WJZ his office will follow the evidence wherever it leads in any investigation.
Chelsea Ingram Has Your Tuesday Evening WeatherChelsea Ingram Has Your Tuesday Evening Weather
Man Charged With Arson In Reisterstown Apartment Fire, Authorities SayA 25-year-old man is accused of deliberately starting the two-alarm fire at a Reisterstown apartment building Monday night.
Baltimore Mayor Distributes COVID-19 Supplies To SchoolsBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott visited schools throughout the city Tuesday morning distributing a total of 50,000 at-home COVID-19 test kits and 40,000 face masks.
First Alert Meteorologist Tim Williams Has Your Tuesday Afternoon ForecastFirst Alert Meteorologist Tim Williams Has Your Tuesday Afternoon Forecast
HealthWatch: School-Based Programs Teaching Healthy Habits Create Lifestyle ChangesA new study finds school-based programs teaching healthy habits for diet, exercise, and emotion management can create lasting lifestyle changes.
Tim Williams Has Your Tuesday Afternoon WeatherTim Williams Has Your Tuesday Afternoon Weather
Man Killed And 16-Year-Old Wounded In East Baltimore Shooting, Police SayA 30-year-old man was killed and a 16-year-old was injured in a shooting that unfolded in East Baltimore early Tuesday morning, authorities said.
WJZ Morning News & Weather: Jan. 18, 2022The latest headlines and weather from WJZ.
Tim Williams Has Your Tuesday Morning ForecastTim Williams Has Your Tuesday Morning Forecast
Coffee With: Johns Hopkins Children's CenterPhysicians at Johns Hopkins Children's Center say they're seeing a significant increase in the number of treadmill-related injuries they're treating.
WJZ Seeks Entries For 2022 Black History Oratory CompetitionThis annual oratory competition invites Maryland students in grades 9 through 12 to write an original essay of 500 words based on a prompt provided to them. The entry deadline is Jan. 25.
Baltimore Buzz: Restaurant Week Kicks Off Soon, Plus The First Maker's Market Of 2022Winter Restaurant Week in Baltimore gets underway on Jan. 28, and 1623 Brewing Co. has announced the dates for its first Maker's Market on the year. That's what's buzzing in Baltimore.
Maryland Zoo Introduces Poundcake The PenguinMeet Poundcake, the latest African penguin to be named after a dessert at the Maryland Zoo.