A federal judge on Tuesday heard a motion to dismiss the lawsuit against a biotech company by the family of Henrietta Lacks.
Baltimore City Councilmembers Pledge To Protect Women's Rights Following Supreme Court RulingThe Baltimore City Council pledged on Tuesday to protect the women residing in the city and across the country.
Baltimore Residents Express Distress Over Continuous Violent CrimesThe relentless pace of killings in Baltimore has not let up.
MTA Cuts Light Rail Schedule Due To Shortage Of Operators, Decreases In RidershipWeekday Light Rail schedules will be reduced starting next month due to a shortage in train operators and a decrease in ridership, the the Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Transit Administration said.
Man Caught With 30 Pounds Of Cocaine Hidden In Wheelchair At BWI AirportA New Jersey man was caught with 30 pounds of cocaine hidden inside his electric wheelchair last week at BWI Airport, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said Tuesday.
Star-Spangled Celebration: Fourth Of July Fireworks Return To The Inner HarborBaltimore's waterfront will be lit up by fireworks and fun once again this Independence Day.
Derek Beasley Has Your Tuesday Evening ForecastDerek Beasley Has Your Tuesday Evening Forecast
Maryland Zoo Adds 150 Bats, More Than Quadrupling PopulationThe Maryland Zoo has added 150 Seba's short-tailed bats to its bat cave.
Juvenile, 4 Adults Hospitalized After Dundalk House FireFive people were hospitalized after a house fire overnight in Dundalk that damaged three homes, the Baltimore County Fire Department said.
One Dead, Multiple Injured In South Baltimore Crash Involving 5 VehiclesOne person died in a crash involving multiple vehicles Tuesday afternoon in South Baltimore, police said.
Annapolis Residents Mark Fourth Anniversary Of Capital Gazette ShootingFour years have passed since Rebecca Smith, Wendi Winters, Rob Hiaasen, Gerald Fischman and John McNamara were killed during an attack on the Capital Gazette newspaper office in Annapolis.
Crime Without Punishment: Homicide Clearance Rates Are Declining Across The US. Baltimore's Is Down To 42%A CBS News analysis of FBI homicide data shows Baltimore City’s average clearance rate from 2015 to 2019 was just 38.7%, hitting a low of 29.7% in 2015, the tumultuous year when Freddie Gray was killed in police custody and arrests plummeted.
Baltimore City Schools Launch Summer Meal ProgramBaltimore City Public Schools is providing free meals to children as part of the Summer Food Service Program, which started June 16.
HealthWatch: Scientists Study COVID-19 Metabolism Side EffectsThe latest in health and fitness headlines
Five In Serious Condition After Fire In DundalkThe fire broke out just after midnight in the 1800 block of Church Road, officials said.
Marty Bass Has Your Tuesday Afternoon WeatherMarty Bass Has Your Tuesday Afternoon Weather
Family Members, Annapolis Residents Mark Fourth Anniversary Of Capital Gazette ShootingFour years have passed since Rebecca Smith, Wendi Winters, Rob Hiaasen, Gerald Fischman and John McNamara were killed during an attack on the Capital Gazette newspaper office in Annapolis.
Where's Marty? Learning Plate Spinning At Circus CampKids learn juggling, balancing acts and other circus tricks.
Kennedy Krieger Institute Program Helps People With Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Get Work ExperienceThe institute's Neurodiversity At Work initiative provides support so participants can get "meaningful employment."
WJZ At 9: Tips On DeclutteringEric Jones of Junk King Baltimore offers advice on getting rid of unwanted items at home.
Where's Marty? Clowning Around At Circus CampCampers learn balancing acts, juggling and other tricks.
Where's Marty? Clowning Around At Circus CampKids learn juggling, balancing acts and other tricks.
Coffee With: Travelers Prioritizing Self-Care On Summer TripsTravel was already popular before the pandemic, and now it's even more popular. Travel advisors say their clientele are placing a greater focus now on self-care, including "digital detoxing."
Baltimore Buzz: Quench Your Thirst With Peabody Heights BreweryAre you a fan of imbibing and replenishing your electrolytes? Then you might want to check out H8erade, a sour on tap at Peabody Heights Brewery.
First Alert Meteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Tuesday Morning ForecastFirst Alert Meteorologist Meg McNamara Has Your Tuesday Morning Forecast