Share Your Holiday Light Displays With WJZIs your house lit up or decked out for the holidays? Show us. Just upload pictures to social media and include #BeOnWJZ.
Bob Turk Has Your Thursday Night ForecastBob Turk Has Your Thursday Night Forecast
Mount Vernon Celebrates 50th Monument Lighting After Pandemic HiatusBaltimore is officially ready for the holiday season. The Washington Monument in Mount Vernon is lit, decked out in thousands of lights.
Charging Documents Say Evelyn Player Tried To Fight Off Her Killer, Suspect ArrestedCut wounds on the church employee's hands suggest she tried to fight off the suspected killer, according to charging documents
Video Shows Student Being Punched In The Head By Howard High School Staff, Sparking Community OutcryA violent video that emerged on social media Thursday shows Howard High School staffers restraining a student on the floor and punching him in the head.
For 40 Years, Baltimore County Woman Pushed To Find Her Childhood Friend’s Killer; How New DNA Evidence Finally Cracked The CaseSue Yutzy will never forget walking down Hammonds Ferry Road in Lansdowne on September 23, 1981. She was 14 years old at the time and with her best friend Heather Porter, who was a year younger. It would be the last time she ever saw Porter alive.
Winter Admission Prices In Effect At Maryland ZooThe winter prices are in effect until the end of February.
Guinness Open Gate Brewery Kicks Off Holiday Light WalkIf you miss tonight, next Thursday's movie is "Jingle All The Way"
Baltimore Buzz: Fells Point Hosting Pet Photos With SantaHere's What's Buzzing In Baltimore!
Mount Vernon Celebrates 50th Lighting Of The Washington MonumentWhat started as a quiet gathering of neighbors has evolved into a tradition now in its 50th year and again will feature food, live performances and a fireworks display.
Baltimore Residents Weigh In On President Biden's Winter Action PlanThe president plan includes expanding vaccine outreach and getting more children vaccinated.
Jury Shown Graphic Images In Murder Trial For Keith Smith, Who Blamed Panhandler For Wife's DeathOn day two of the case of the State of Maryland versus Keith Smith, prosecutors painted the defendant as a person who violated his wedding vows, stabbed his wife five times and then blamed her murder on a panhandler.
Harford County Man Charged In Pair Of Sexual Assault CasesA Harford County man is under arrest in connection with a pair of recent sexual assaults, and investigators believe there could be more victims, authorities said Thursday.
Murder Trial Begins For Keith Smith, Man Who Blamed Baltimore Panhandler On Wife's DeathKeith Smith has been charged with first-degree murder and deadly weapon with intent to injure, after his wife Jacquelyn Smith was killed in the early morning hours of December 1, 2018.
Jimmy's Famous Fund Donating $1 To Toys For Tots For Each Cake SoldJimmy's created the limited edition caramel chocolate cakes to raise money for Toys For Tots
Share Your Holiday Light Displays With UsAll month long, WJZ is celebrating the best and brightest holiday decorations throughout the Baltimore area. Share yours with us -- just upload video or pictures to social media, and be sure to include #BeOnWJZ.
Series Of Projects Underway To Prevent Repeat Of Devastating Flash Flooding In Ellicott CityThe mitigation project broke ground today, and it's part of a series of projects.
Federal Hill Bar Featured In Crown Royal Commercial Alongside Former Raven Ray ReedYou might have seen this Crown Royal commercial on TV. The bar it's filmed in is in the Federal Hill neighborhood
Bob Turk Has Your Thursday Evening WeatherBob Turk Has Your Thursday Evening Weather
2 More Sports Wagering Applications Forwarded To State Committee; Five Casinos On Track To Open Sportsbooks By DecemberTwo more sports wagering licenses have been forwarded to a state committee for final approval, and sportsbooks at five casinos in the state are on track to open this month, the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission said Thursday.
Lexington Market Will Add Charro Negro, Retain Dancing Potato, Developer SaysThe redeveloped Lexington Market will add a new vendor, Charro Negro, and retain one, Dancing Potato, that's had a stall since 2013, developer Seawall said Thursday.
Baltimore Man Charged In Asian American Women's Beatings Pleads Not Criminally ResponsibleA man accused of attacking two Asian American woman with a cinderblock inside their Baltimore liquor store is pleading not criminally responsible.
Police Solve Baltimore County Teen's Cold Case Murder 40 Years LaterForty years after the murder of a Halethorpe teen, Baltimore County police have identified her killer.
Student Hospitalized, Another In Custody After Franklin High School FightA student was arrested Thursday following a fight at Franklin High School that sent another student to the hospital.