Baltimore City Council President Nick Mosby wants to make sure that companies are using Baltimore residents when building in the city.
ViacomCBS Announces HBCU Diversity In Journalism ScholarshipViacomCBS announces HBCU Diversity In Journalism Scholarship.
Delivery Driver Run Over By Her Own Car After It Was Stolen, Sheriff's Office SaysA delivery driver is recovering at a local hospital after she was run over by her own car after it was stolen from her, the Harford County Sheriff's Office said.
Police Looking For Suspect Who Fatally Shot Christopher Lee Lombr In Brooklyn ParkAnne Arundel County Police are looking for suspects involved in the fatal shooting of Christopher Lee Lombr Wednesday night.
Baltimore Man Keith Davis Jr. Whose Been Tried For Kevin Jones' Murder 4 Times Gets New TrialThe man accused of killing a Pimlico security guard was granted a 5th trial.
Parents And Children React To Newly Approve Pfizer Vaccine For Ages 12 And UpDozens of parents brought their adolescents to Northwest Hospital in Randallstown Thursday to get a dose of the newly-approved Pfizer vaccine.
Maryland Indoor COVID Mask Mandate Will Stand Despite CDC Announcing Vaccinated People Can Go Without MasksPeople fully vaccinated against Covid-19 do not need to wear masks or practice social distancing indoors or outdoors, except under certain circumstances, the director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Thursday.
Officials Warn Gasoline Should Be Placed In Approved ContainersDue to the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack, some gas shortages have been reported in parts of the East Coast even though the pipeline is back online as of 5 p.m. Wednesday.
Marty Bass Has Your Thursday Afternoon WeatherThe latest weather forecast for Baltimore, Maryland.
Judge Approves $577 Million Settlement For Maryland HBCUsA federal judge has approved a $577 million settlement in a lawsuit over underfunding at Maryland's four historically Black colleges and universities.
7 Indicted On Charges Related Violent Drug Trafficking Organization In Anne Arundel CountySeven people were indicted in connection to a violent drug trafficking organization in Anne Arundel County.
Former Maryland Official Sentenced To 8 Years In Federal Prison For Distribution Of Child PornographyA former Maryland state government official was sentenced to 8 years in federal prison for the distribution of child pornography on Tuesday.
WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update: May 13, 2021The latest news and weather update.
13K Unemployment Claims Filed In Maryland Last WeekMaryland unemployment claims went up last week from the previous week.
Healthwatch: No Long Term Benefit To Having Tubes Placed For Recurrent Ear InfectionsThe latest health news headlines.
Chick-Fil-A Limiting Number Of Sauces Per Order Due To Limited StockA Chick-Fil-A sauce shortage?
Baltimore Mayor, Maryland Governor Meet To Discuss Strategies To Decrease Violent City CrimeBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott met with Gov. Larry Hogan Thursday morning to discuss strategies to reduce violent crime in the city after a war of words online.
COVID-19 Latest: May 13, 2021 (Noon Update)The latest on the coronavirus in Maryland
Gov. Larry Hogan Discusses Baltimore Crime, Pipeline HackGov. Larry Hogan held a press conference after his visit to the vaccination site at FedEx Field.
College Students, COVID & DepressionNicole Baker talks about how college students are struggling with depression during the covid-19 pandemic.
WJZ Morning News & Weather Update: May 13, 2021The latest news and weather update
Weather Blog: Heat & CicadasMarty's weather blog
Baltimore City Councilman Zeke Cohen Arrested At CASA Protest In DCA Baltimore City councilman was arrested in Washington D.C.
COVID-19 In Maryland: May 13, 2021 (AM Update)The latest on coronavirus in Maryland.
Actress Phylicia Rashad Named Dean of Howard University's College of Fine ArtsActress Phylicia Rashad on Wednesday has been named the dean of the College of Fine Arts at Howard University following a national search.