Coronavirus Latest: Maryland Child Care Providers Must Close By Friday NightAll child care providers in Maryland except those serving essential personnel need to close by the end of the day Friday, officials said.
Health Officials Clear MDOT MTA To Reopen Eastern Bus DivisionHealth Officials Clear MDOT MTA To Reopen Eastern Bus Division
US Has Most Confirmed Cases Of COVID-19 In The World, Johns Hopkins SaysUS Has Most Confirmed Cases Of COVID-19 In The World, Johns Hopkins Says
3 Baltimore First Responders Test Positive For COVID-19, Officials Say3 Baltimore First Responders Test Positive For COVID-19, Officials Say
Gov. Hogan Announces Md. Has Received Major Disaster Declaration From Federal Administration For COVID-19Governor Larry Hogan announced Thursday that the State of Maryland has received a Major Disaster Declaration from the federal administration in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Baltimore Buzz: Where You Can Still Get Delicious Carryout Amid COVID-19 PandemicBaltimore Buzz: Where You Can Still Get Delicious Carryout Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Thursday Night ForecastBob Turk Has A Look At Your Thursday Night Forecast
Med School Students Lend Helping Hand, Collect Supplies For Hospitals During Coronavirus PandemicMed School Students Lend Helping Hand, Collect Supplies For Hospitals During Coronavirus Pandemic
Baseball Fans Left To Wait For Opening Day Amid Coronavirus PandemicThursday would have been an unofficial holiday here in Baltimore, Opening Day, and the start of the O's 2020 season.
Plexiglass Barriers Installed At Some Area Grocery Store Checkout Lines To Slow Spread Of CoronavirusNew safety measures are being implemented at local grocery stores to help protect both employees and customers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
More Than 42K Unemployment Insurance Claims Filed In Maryland Last WeekMore than 42,000 unemployment insurance claims were filed in Maryland last week, as more companies have shut down or limited operations due to state orders to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
Child Care Providers Doing Their Part To Care For Essential Workers' Kids During Coronavirus PandemicChild care providers are doing their part to care for the children of essential workers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
USM Chancellor, Presidents Working On Room, Board Fee RefundsThe University System of Maryland's Board of Regents has given its approval for the chancellor and school presidents to finalize plans to refund room and board fees after in-person learning was canceled due to the coronavirus.
Schools Finding Ways To Help Students Without Internet Access Keep Up With LearningWith all public schools in Maryland closed, administrators are trying to find ways to help students who don't have internet access at home.
Baltimore Native Deion Broxton Becomes Viral Hit Over Yellowstone Bison VideoEast Baltimore native Deion Broxton was working his job as a reporter for NBC Montana Wednesday when his camera caught his now-viral reaction as a herd of bison started walking toward him.
Baltimore County Providing 'Grocery Drive-And-Go' Distribution For Food-Insecure ResidentsBaltimore County announced Thursday plans to expand grocery distribution to food-insecure families across the county.
3 Baltimore First Responders Test Positive For CoronavirusAll three are reported to be in good spirits.
Board Of Elections Recommends Voting By Mail Due To CoronavirusThe Maryland Board of Elections recommends voting by mail due to the coronavirus.
Maryland Zoo, National Aquarium Extending Closures Due To CoronavirusThe Aquarium will remain closed through April 26 while the zoo is closed indefinitely.
Child Care Providers In Maryland Ordered To Close By Friday Night Due To CoronavirusChild care providers caring for children of essential workers are exempt but have to apply for special permission to stay open.
Baltimore First Responders Contract COVID-19Baltimore city leaders provide an update about the coronavirus in the city.
Lamar Jackson Suing Amazon For Allegedly Selling Unlicensed MerchandiseBaltimore Ravens star quarterback Lamar Jackson is suing Amazon for allegedly selling unlicensed Jackson-themed merchandise. Katie Johnston reports.
Fees For Not Paying Video Tolls In Maryland Will Be Cut In Half Starting In JulyOnce Maryland rolls out its new electronic tolling system, drivers who forget to pay a video toll will see the penalty cut in half, the Maryland Transportation Authority said Thursday. Katie Johnston reports.
WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 3-26-2020WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 3-26-2020