Man Charged With Shooting Out Police Windshield During SearchA 34-year-old Mount Airy man faces a number of charges, including first-degree murder, after police said he shot out the windshield of a police vehicle as officers tried to serve a search warrant.
COVID-19 In Maryland: January 15, 2021 (Evening Update)COVID-19 In Maryland: January 15, 2021 (Evening Update)
Woman Arrested In Glen Burnie Stabbing, Police SayA 34-year-old Glen Burnie woman was arrested after she allegedly stabbed another woman following an argument Thursday afternoon, the Anne Arundel County Police Department said. Katie Johnston reports.
Lawmakers Recognize Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman For Heroism During Capitol RiotOn Capitol Hill, a group of bipartisan representatives -- Reps. Charlie Crist (D-Fla.), Emanuel Cleaver, II (D-Mo.) and Nancy Mace (R-S.C.) -- introduced a bill this week to award Ofc. Eugene Goodman the Congressional Gold Medal.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott Gives Update On City's COVID-19 ResponseBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott Gives Update On City's COVID-19 Response
National Park Service Closes National Mall Ahead Of InaugurationThe National Park Service and the U.S. Secret Service have closed the National Mall to the public starting at 11 a.m. Friday through Jan. 21. Katie Johnston reports.
Marty Bass Has A Look At Your Friday Afternoon ForecastFriday evening looks wet across Maryland.
HealthWatch: Scientists Work To Identify What Causes Food AllergiesScientists are zeroing in on what triggers allergic food reactions.
'Full Playoff Mode': Ravens Fans Take To Twitter To Share Excitement Ahead Of Game Against Bills'Full Playoff Mode': Ravens Fans Take To Twitter To Share Excitement Ahead Of Game Against Bills
Excitement Builds In Baltimore, Buffalo Ahead Of Ravens-Bills Playoff MatchupExcitement Builds In Baltimore, Buffalo Ahead Of Ravens-Bills Playoff Matchup
Security Ramped Up Ahead Of President-Elect Joe Biden's InaugurationSecurity Ramped Up Ahead Of President-Elect Joe Biden's Inauguration
COVID-19 In Maryland: January 15, 2021 (Noon Update)COVID-19 In Maryland: January 15, 2021 (Noon Update)
'QAnon Shaman' Jacob Anthony Chansley's Attorney Says 'He Felt Like He Was Answering The Call Of Our President'The man known as a the "QAnon Shaman," Jacob Anthony Chansley, is asking President Donald Trump for a pardon after he was among the violent mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Katie Johnston reports.
MARC Train Suspending Service On Penn, Camden, Brunswick Lines Ahead Of InaugurationAll rail service on MARC's Penn, Camden and Brunswick lines will be suspended beginning Sunday ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration in Washington, D.C., the Maryland Transit Administration said Friday.
Christopher & Banks Files For Bankruptcy, Plans To Close 'Significant Portion, If Not All' StoresWomen's clothing retailer Christopher & Banks filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Thursday and plans to close "a significant portion, if not all" of its stores, the company said.
23-Year-Old Man Injured In Shooting, Baltimore Police SayA 23-year-old man was injured in a shooting in Baltimore Thursday evening, city police said.
Ravens' John Harbaugh Calls Bills WR, Maryland Native Stefon Diggs 'One That Got Away'When the Baltimore Ravens face off against the Buffalo Bills on Saturday night, they'll be playing against a Maryland native they had the opportunity to draft for themselves.
Rapper Mike Jones Backs Ravens Ahead Of Playoff Game Against Bills After Lamar Jackson Shout-OutLooks like the Ravens might have a new song on their playlist to hype them up ahead of their Saturday matchup with the Bills.
WJZ Morning News & Weather UpdateWJZ Morning News & Weather Update
Weather Blog: Purple FridayMarty Bass' weather blog
Friday Morning Weather With Marty BassMild during the day, with showers moving in late. High's in the low 50's.
Coffee With: LovelyarnsCoffee With: Lovelyarns
Baltimore Buzz: Mr. Trash Wheel Posts Soul Picture!What's trending in Baltimore.
Anne Arundel County Board Of Education Moving Forward With Hybrid Learning PlanThe Anne Arundel County Board Of Education votes to implement hybrid learning by March 1, 2021.