Three people were shot in East Baltimore Saturday afternoon.
Meg McNamara Has A Look At Your Friday Afternoon ForecastRain from Tropical Storm Fay continues across parts of Maryland
WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 7-10-2020WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 7-10-2020
Police Investigating Two Separate Deadly Crashes In Baltimore CountyPolice are investigating after two separate deadly crashes in Baltimore County this week.
Recent Indecent Exposure Incidents, Unusual Behavior Possibly Tied To Increase In PCP PresencePolice in Anne Arundel County are investigating after they say they've received an increase in reports of indecent exposure in Laurel.
State Police Investigating After Woman Killed In I-95 Crash In Baltimore CountyWJZ News at NoonMaryland State Police are investigating the circumstances that led to a fatal crash on I-95 in Baltimore County Wednesday night.
HealthWatch: More Patients Are Experiencing Broken Heart SyndromeMore patients are experiencing broken heart syndrome during the coronavirus pandemic.
Flight Attendants Evaluated After Medical Issue Reported On PlaneFour flight attendants were evaluated at Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshal Airport Friday morning after a Spirit Airlines flight reported a medical emergency.
Baltimore Police Sergeant Arrested In Dispute Over Home Improvement ProjectA Baltimore detective allegedly threatened a contractor with arrest and even death after he was dissatisfied with a patio he built at his Baltimore County home.
Coronavirus In Maryland: July 10, 2020 (Noon Update)Coronavirus In Maryland: July 10, 2020 (Noon Update)
Tropical Storm Fay Causes Flooding In Ocean City, MarylandThe latest on Tropical Storm Fay.
Multiple Black Bear Sightings Reported At Catoctin Mountain ParkOfficials at Catoctin Mountain Park in western Maryland said they have received multiple reports of bear and bear cub sightings in the park in the past week.
Amazon Requiring Sellers To Remove Washington Redskins Merchandise From WebsiteOn Thursday, Amazon joined a growing list of retailers that will no longer be selling Washington Redskins merchandise. According to CBS News, the company sent a note to sellers on Wednesday that they are required to remove the team's merchandise from the site.
School Board Creating Committee To Weigh Changing Name Of George Fox Middle SchoolThe Anne Arundel County Public Schools Board of Education announced Thursday that they have voted unanimously to request that Superintendent George Arlotto establish a committee comprised of parents, students, community members and staff to study and recommend whether to rename George Fox Middle School.
4 Flight Attendants Evaluated At BWI After Spirit Airlines Flight Reports Medical EmergencyFour flight attendants were evaluated at Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshal Airport Friday morning after a Spirit Airlines flight reported a medical emergency. Katie Johnston reports.
10-Year-Old Boy Charged With Arson In Carroll County Garage FireA 10-year-old boy was charged with arson in connection with a fire at Union Mills Garage. According to the state fire marshals office, the child was charged with second-degree arson, first-degree malicious burning and malicious destruction of property. Katie Johnston reports.
Crews Respond To Incident At BWI AirportChopper video of the scene shows firetrucks and other first responders near the Spirit Airlines hanger.
Coronavirus in Maryland: July 10, 2020 (AM Edition)The latest on coronavirus in Maryland.
WJZ Morning News & Weather UpdateWJZ Morning News & Weather Update
Friday Morning Weather With Meteorologist Meg McnamaraA chance for showers in areas east of the bay because of Fay. Some showers possible near Baltimore. High's in the mid 80's.
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Baltimore Buzz: The Wonder Years Being RebootedWhat's trending in Baltimore.
Maryland Boy Uses Poetry To Process Racism, Police Brutality, George Floyd's DeathAn 11-year-old boy from Columbia turned to writing after watching the video of the death of George Floyd.
Bob Turk Has An Updated Look At Your ForecastBob Turk Has An Updated Look At Your Forecast
Road Closures Begin In Fells Point To Allow For Expanded Outdoor DiningFor roughly the next two months, drivers in Baltimore's Fells Point neighborhood will see some road closures to allow for more outdoor dining amid the coronavirus pandemic.