Meg McNamara Has Your Updated Forecast 1-22-2022
First Alert Meteorologist Tim Williams Has Your Friday Afternoon ForecastFirst Alert Meteorologist Tim Williams Has Your Friday Afternoon Forecast
Fourth Of July Fireworks, Celebrations Return To The Inner Harbor This YearAfter two years, festivities and fireworks are returning to Baltimore's Inner Harbor on the Fourth of July, Mayor Brandon Scott announced Friday.
President Biden Tells Naval Academy Grads Putin 'NATO-ized Europe'President Joe Biden told Naval Academy graduates Friday that they will be “representatives and defenders of our democracy,” as free societies are under threat from Russia's invasion of Ukraine to China's maritime expansion.
High Levels Of COVID-19 Community Transmission Detected In Baltimore AreaCommunity transmission levels of COVID-19 in Baltimore have shifted from medium to high over the past two weeks, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Where's Marty? Going Behind The Scenes With Jimmy's SeafoodMarty drops by Jimmy's Famous Seafood to check out how crabs are being prepared ahead of Memorial Day weekend.
Ocean City's Ready To Kick Off Memorial Day WeekendSean Streicher is spending Memorial Day in Ocean City, where officials and Marylanders are ready for a long weekend.
First Alert Meteorologist Tim Williams Has Your Friday ForecastFirst Alert Meteorologist Tim Williams Has Your Friday Forecast
Ocean City Mayor Richard Meehan Joins WJZ To Talk About The Holiday WeekendSean Streicher is in Ocean City for Memorial Day weekend, and Mayor Richard Meehan joins him to discuss all the holiday foot traffic.
Where's Marty? Learning All About Crabs With Jimmy's Famous SeafoodMarty went behind the scenes Friday with Jimmy's Seafood to see how crabs are prepared.
Gov. Hogan & Mayor Scott Trade Words Over Baltimore's Crime PlanMayor Brandon Scott extended an invitation for Gov. Larry Hogan to come to Baltimore after the governor sent the mayor a letter Thursday asking for a "comprehensive update" on Scott's plan to address Baltimore's violent crime problem.
First Alert Meteorologist Tim Williams Has Your Friday Morning ForecastFirst Alert Meteorologist Tim Williams Has Your Friday Morning Forecast
Coffee With: Remembering Sun Safety On 'Don't Fry-Day'The Friday before Memorial Day is known as Don't Fry-day, an occasion to pay attention to sun safety. As Linh explains in this edition of Coffee With, experts recommend using mineral-based or physical sunscreen that contain zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, which sit on the surface of your skin and reflect UV rays.
Baltimore Buzz: Screen Painting Returns To B&O Railroad Museum,Enjoy art? Stop by the B&O Railroad Museum through June 10 to see the work on display. Plus, the museum is offering Sip & Paint activities for adults and classes geared toward the young ones, too.
Tornado Watch & Flood Watch In Effect For Parts Of MarylandWith severe thunderstorms expected to develop this afternoon, the National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for much of Maryland until 2 p.m. Friday and a Flood Watch until 8 p.m.
Scott Invites Hogan To Baltimore After Governor Calls For "Comprehensive Update" On City's Violent Crime PlanMaryland Governor Larry Hogan called for a "comprehensive update" Thursday from Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott on his violent crime plan as deadly shootings continue to outpace previous years' numbers.
Bob Turk Has Your Friday Night WeatherBob Turk Has Your Friday Night Weather
Black Bear Sighting Causes Brief Scare At Westminster High SchoolThere was a brief scare in Carroll County on Thursday morning when a black bear was spotted outside Westminster High School.
With City Council's Ear, Baltimore Residents Urge Cuts To Police Budget Ahead Of VoteBaltimore City residents called for funding cuts to police Thursday during Taxpayers' Night, where citizens can weigh in with the City Council on how their money is being spent.
Harrison Calls For Clarification On State's Attorney's List Of Baltimore Officers With Credibility IssuesThe commissioner has asked Mosby to explain how these officers got on the list of 300 released this week and wants to see what can be done to get their names off.
Here's How To Travel Safely And Efficiently For Memorial Day WeekendAAA predicts that 39 million Americans will be traveling Thursday through Monday, up more than 8% from last year, including 814,000 Marylanders.
Baltimore City Public Schools Honors 12 Students Killed During 2021-22 School YearTwelve students who died from gun violence over this past school year were honored during the Baltimore City Public Schools’ 5th annual Day of Remembrance.
Hogan Calls On Scott For "Comprehensive Update" On Violent Crime Plan As Fatal Shootings ContinueMaryland Governor Larry Hogan called for a "comprehensive update" Thursday from Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott on his violent crime plan as shootings and homicides continue in Baltimore.
Meteorologist Derek Beasley Has Your Thursday Evening WeatherMeteorologist Derek Beasley Has Your Thursday Evening Weather
Baltimore County Firefighters Rescue Person Trapped In Mud Near NCR TrailBaltimore County firefighters rescued someone Thursday trapped in waist-deep mud near the NCR Trail.