Maryland State Police said that a midshipman suffered non-life-threatening injuries after a small plane crashed at Easton Airport on Thursday afternoon.
Congress Passes Bill To Reimburse Maryland National Guard For Help During Jan. 6 Capitol RiotCongress passed a bill Thursday to reimburse the Maryland National Guard and DC police for their help during the Jan 6 Capitol riot.
Man Shot During Attempted Carjacking In Glen Burnie Early Friday Morning One man was injured in Glen Burnie early Friday morning after the vehicle he and another man were riding in was fired upon in an attempted carjacking, police said.
Howard County Schools Will Require Masks For Students, Staff And VisitorsHoward County public schools will require masks for all students, staff and visitors in school buildings during the 2021-2022 academic year, effective immediately, Superintendent Dr. Michael Martirano announced on Friday.
St. Agnes Hospital Will Require Employees To Be VaccinatedSt. Agnes Hospital will require its employees to get covid-19 vaccinations.
COVID-19 In Maryland: July 30, 2021 (Noon Update)The latest on coronavirus in Maryland.
Aunt Charged In Death Of 2 Children Whose Bodies Were Found During Essex Traffic StaffA 33-year-old woman was charged in the death of the two children, whose bodies were found in the trunk of her car during a traffic stop in Essex late Wednesday night.
WJZ Morning News & Weather Update: July 30, 2021The latest news and weather from WJZ TV.
Coffee With: Indigo PhysiotherapyDr. Samantha Duflo of Indigo Physiotherapy talks about the services they offer
Baltimore Buzz: Woman Carried Around Lottery Ticket Worth $39M In Purse Without Realizing ItThe latest trending stories!
Marty Bass Has Your Friday Morning ForecastMarty Bass has your morning forecast.
Weather Blog: Nice DayMarty Bass' weather blog
Bob Turk Has Your Thursday Night ForecastBob Turk Has Your Thursday Night Forecast
Unemployment Workers Union Hold Rally Thursday Night In Baltimore Over Flagged Claims, UnavailabilityFor months, David waited for his unemployment benefits but he never got a dime and didn't know why. Then, he found out his claim was considered fraudulent.
COVID-19 In Maryland: July 29, 2021 (Evening Update)The latest on coronavirus in Maryland
26-Year-Old Maryland Woman Says She Killed 92-Year-Old Roommate Nancy Anne Frankel, Police SayA 26-year-old Maryland woman was charged with first-degree murder after she admitted to killing her 92-year-old roommate, Montgomery County police said.
Bodies Of 5-Year-Old Boy, 6-Year-Old Girl Discovered During Essex Traffic Stop, Police SayThe bodies of two deceased children, a five-year-old boy and a seven-year-old girl, were discovered during a traffic stop in Essex late Wednesday night.
Maryland Zoo's Summer Games UnderwayThe Maryland Zoo's top athletes are showing off their skills this summer games!
Emergent Biosolutions To Resume Production Of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 VaccineThe FDA announced that they will allow Emergent Biosolutions to resume production of the Johnson and Johnson covid-19 vaccine on Thursday.
13-Year-Old Baltimore Boy Charged In May Shooting Death Of Christopher Lee Lombr In Brooklyn ParkAnne Arundel County Police said they have charged a 13-year-old boy in the May shooting death of Christopher Lee Lombr.
WJZ Weather Team Tracks Severe Weather In The RegionWJZ Weather Team Tracks Severe Weather In The Region
Bob Turk Has Your Thursday Evening ForecastBob Turk Has Your Thursday Evening Forecast
Baltimore City Fire Department Battles Staff Shortages Causing Longer Response TimeThe union president said working conditions for the men and women of the Baltimore City Fire Department are unacceptable and morale is the worst its ever been.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg Visits Baltimore To Promote Infrastructure PlanThe Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg visited Baltimore Thursday to promote the new infrastructure package
Henrietta Lacks’ Family To Sue Pharmaceutical Companies Continuing To Use Her ‘HeLa’ Cells Without Their PermissionRenowned civil rights attorney Ben Crump announced that he will be representing a Baltimore family in what could be an unprecedented lawsuit.