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.
More Pregnancy-Related Deaths Are Preventable, Experts Say, If Doctors Listen CloserRecent studies show the U.S. has the highest pregnancy-related death rates of any developed country, and your race could put you at a greater risk.
Ground Broken On M&T Bank Pavilion At HippodromeBaltimore's West side entertainment scene is about to get more exciting.
Baltimore Man, 62, Charged In Murder Of Evelyn PlayerPolice on Thursday identified Manzie Smith, Jr., a 62-year-old Baltimore man with a criminal record, as the suspect in the murder of Evelyn Player, a church volunteer stabbed to death last month.
HealthWatch: Study Fins Moderna's COVID-19 Vaccine More Effective Than Pfizer'sA head-to-head study's findings suggest Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine may be more effective than Pfizer's
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Student Hospitalized, Another Arrested In Franklin High School FightSchool officials say a Franklin High student was airlifted to the hospital and another was arrested Thursday following a fight on campus.
Police To Issue Update On Arrest In Evelyn Player's MurderBaltimore police will deliver an update Thursday afternoon on the arrest made in the murder of a 69-year-old Baltimore woman.
1 Hospitalized, 1 In Custody In Franklin High School Assault, Police SayOne person is hospitalized and another is in custody after an assault Thursday at Franklin High School in Reisterstown. Katie Johnston reports.
WJZ News & Weather: Dec. 2, 2021The latest headlines and forecast from WJZ.
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Cecil County Man Charged With Attempted Murder Of Three Delaware State TroopersA 30-year-old man from Cecil County is facing attempted murder charges after he rammed several Delaware State Police cars with a stolen tow truck Monday night.
40 Years Later: Police Solve Baltimore County Teen's Cold Case MurderThe police department said Wednesday that cold case detectives have determined John Anthony Petrecca, Jr., who died in 2000, was responsible for the 1981 murder of 13-year-old Heather Porter.
State School Board Wants To Establish Target Metrics Before Lifting Mask Mandate In ClassroomsMaryland students will continue to wear masks for the time being in public schools.
Maryland Ramps Up Testing, Sequencing After New Variant Detected In U.S.Governor Larry Hogan stressed that Maryland is taking the rapid spread of the omicron covid variant seriously.
Suspect In Custody In The Death Of Slain Church Employee Evelyn Player, Baltimore Police SayBaltimore police said Wednesday night they have made an arrest in the murder of Evelyn Player, a 69-year-old woman found dead in a Baltimore church.
Baltimore City Cancels Its New Year's Eve Fireworks ShowThe city announced Wednesday that it's canceling its New Year's Eve Spectacular for the second year in a row.
Baltimore Buzz: Oriole's Santa Bird Is Coming To TownHere's What's Buzzing In Baltimore
$2.3 Million Announced For Nursing Faculty FellowshipsThe fellowship is meant to shore up staffing as the nation faces a nurse shortage
BMore Well: Fighting Through The Winter BluesOur local experts say stress, anxiety and social isolation will make Seasonal Affective Disorder worse.