Meg McNamara Has Your Updated Forecast 1-23-2022Meg McNamara Has Your Updated Forecast 1-23-2022
Chelsea Ingram Has Your Saturday Night ForecastChelsea Ingram Has Your Saturday Night Forecast
Salvation Army, 101.9 Collect Coats, Gloves To 'Bundle Up Baltimore' HomelessAs temperatures dip into the teens, the Salvation Army is working to ensure Baltimore’s homeless population has warm coats and gloves to help them make it through the winter.
Man Killed In Head-On Crash With Street Sweeper In Rosedale SaturdayMan Killed In Head-On Crash With Street Sweeper In Rosedale Saturday
Baltimore County Announces New Distribution Dates For Rapid Covid TestsBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski has announced additional distribution dates for at-home tests that rapidly detect COVID-19, authorities said.
Three Men Killed In Separate Shootings In Baltimore SaturdayThree men were killed in separate shootings on Saturday, Baltimore Police said.
Safe Streets Violence Interrupter Remembered For Peacekeeping EffortsA Safe Streets member’s death is drawing new attention to what the city mayor calls a “plague”: gun violence.
Meg McNamara Has Your Updated Forecast 1-22-2022Meg McNamara Has Your Updated Forecast 1-22-2022
Missing Something? Try Checking BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport's Lost & FoundThe Transportation Security Administration has recovered hundreds of items, from clothes and belts to sleep apnea monitors and electronic devices, over the past few months as travel ramped up for the holiday season.
Claim Against Ocean City Dismissed In Beach Umbrella LawsuitA judge is dismissing the beach town from a lawsuit over an umbrella getting caught in the wind and hitting the woman in the chest. The rental company is still subject to the suit.
Student Shot At Magruder High School; Student Suspect Is Now In Police CustodyA 17-year-old Montgomery County student is now in police custody after he shot another student. The victim is in critical condition.
Three Months After Their Daughter's Death, Maliyah Turner's Parents Are Still Seeking JusticeA new report from the mayor's office found homicides are the leading cause of death of children in this city.
The Musical "Prom" Cancels Performances At Hippodrome After COVID OutbreakThe Hippodrome apologizes to its guests, but says hold onto your tickets, they are trying to reschedule.
The Chincoteague Pony Swim & Foal Auction Returns This SummerFor the first time in three years, the event is returning to in-person. Mark your calendars for July 27.
Students At 21 Montgomery County High Schools Stage Walkout Over COVIDThe students hope it draws attention to what they say is a lack of response as cases continue to rise.
Carroll County Firefighter Robert "Bobby" Jones Passes Away From COVIDJones contracted the virus while on the job in December.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Testing Site Opens At GBMC In TowsonThe testing site is open daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Report Shows Most Kids Who Died In Baltimore Were Homicide VictimsA new report found that homicides were the leading cause of death among children in Baltimore.
Maryland Weather: A Cold End To The Workweek, With A Winter Weather Advisory In Place For The Lower Eastern ShoreThe cold continues, and some folks on the Eastern Shore will deal with accumulating snow on Friday night.
Safe Streets Shaken By Shootings That Killed Its MembersSafe Street members from around the city will gather at noon on Saturday at the site of that mass shooting on East Monument Street.
Safe Streets Shaken By Shootings That Have Killed MembersSafe Street members from around the city will gather at noon on Saturday at the site of that mass shooting on East Monument Street.
Chelsea Ingram Has Your Friday Evening WeatherChelsea Ingram Has Your Friday Evening Weather
Report Card Shows Maryland Is Unprepared For Damage Inflicted By Climate ChangeMaryland has inadequate climate change data, which prevents it from properly offsetting the negative impact that storm surges, stormwater runoff and heavy rains have on its coastal residents, the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science has found.
Baltimore Business Owners Speak Out Against Proposed Curfew For The Block's Bars & ClubsBusiness owners on Friday spoke out against a bill that would require strip clubs and bars on The Block in downtown Baltimore to close by 10 p.m., saying the proposed curfew threatens their livelihoods.