Sunny and calm for the day. High's in the low 50's.
Tuesday Morning Weather With Marty BassSunny and calm for the day. High's in the low 50's.
Coffee With: Four Seasons HotelCoffee With: Four Seasons Hotel
Baltimore Buzz: First All African American Officiating Crew On Monday Night FootballWhat's trending in Baltimore.
Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Late Monday Night ForecastMeteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Late Monday Night Forecast
Baltimore City Council, Mayor-Elect Cancel Traditional Inaugural Festivities Due To COVID-19Baltimore City Council President-Elect Nick Mosby and Mayor-Elect Brandon Scott are changing their inauguration festivities.
Coronavirus In Maryland: November 23, 2020 (PM Edition)Coronavirus In Maryland: November 23, 2020 (PM Edition)
No Injuries Reported After Freight Train Derailment In North BaltimoreNo one was injured Monday night after a freight train derailed in North Baltimore, City Fire officials say.
DJ Kopec Raises $75,000 For Children At HospitalDJ Kopec Raises $75,000 For Children At Hospital
Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Monday Evening ForecastMeteorologist Chelsea Ingram Has Your Monday Evening Forecast
Baltimore Buzz: Hundreds Of Whiskey Lovers Lined Up For Sagamore Spirits Preview Of Penny's Proof RyeBaltimore Buzz: Hundreds Of Whiskey Lovers Lined Up For Sagamore Spirits Preview Of Penny's Proof Rye
Baltimore County Libraries Collecting Toys, Winter Clothing For Holiday SeasonThe Baltimore County Public Libraries are collecting toys and winter clothing to help families in need this holiday season.
MDOT Calls On Marylanders To Avoid Non-Essential TravelAAA says of those who do plan to travel this Thanksgiving, 74% of them will be driving, so there still could be traffic in some areas.
Leaders Hold Maryland Remembers Event On Impaired DrivingLeaders Hold Maryland Remembers Event On Impaired Driving
As COVID-19 Test Numbers Rise, Health Officials Believe People Are Getting A Test To See Family At ThanksgivingInstead of staying home for Thanksgiving, health officials believe people are getting a test, then traveling to go see family for the holiday.
Less Marylanders Traveling This Year, As CDC & MDOT Asking Them To Stay Home Due To COVID-19MDOT is calling on residents to stay home to stay safe.
Baltimore County Executive Says COVID-19 Situation Is DireBaltimore County Executive Says COVID-19 Situation Is Dire
Two Local Students Named Rhodes ScholarsIt's a high honor for two local students!
Festival Of Trees Will Be Online This Year Due To COVID-19 PandemicThe Festival of Trees is moving online this year, like many events, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Hogan's Administration Announces $19M For Eviction Prevention In MarylandGov. Hogan's Administration Announces $19M For Eviction Prevention In Maryland
Baltimore City Records 300 Homicides After Man Stabbed To DeathBaltimore City Records 300 Homicides After Man Stabbed To Death
Ravens Dealing With Positive COVID Test Results Including Mark Ingram, J.K. DobbinsMultiple positive coronavirus tests led the Ravens to temporarily shut down their facility. That includes two of the teams running backs.
Coronavirus In Maryland: November 23, 2020 (Evening Edition)Coronavirus In Maryland: November 23, 2020 (Evening Edition)
Several Positive COVID-19 Tests In Ravens OrganizationSeveral Positive COVID-19 Tests In Ravens Organization
COVID Latest: Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Gives Update (Nov. 23, 2020)Gov. Larry Hogan gives an update on coronavirus in Maryland.