This time of year, there's a lot to do at the Maryland Zoo.
Camp Hippodrome Goes Virtual With Zoom PerformancesCamp Hippodrome Goes Virtual With Zoom Performances
Special Health Insurance Enrollment Period In Maryland Ends July 15Special Health Insurance Enrollment Period In Maryland Ends July 15
Rumors Of Possible 2024 White House Bid For Larry Hogan SwirlPolitical scientist Dr. Mileah Kromer said Maryland’s Republican governor still polls high, one of the most popular governors in the country, but speculation of a presidential run is still too early.
Teen Shot In NE BaltimorePolice are investigating who pulled the trigger after a 14-year-old was shot in northeast Baltimore Tuesday night.
Despite Push From Trump Administration To Reopen Schools, Some Still ConcernedDespite Push From Trump Administration To Reopen Schools, Some Still Concerned
Left Maryland For Work Or Travel? You Should Get COVID-19 Test, Officials SayOfficials recommend those who have left Maryland for work or travel get a coronavirus test.
Parking Meter Enforcement To Resume In BaltimoreBaltimore city's Department of Transportation and parking authority will resume parking meter enforcement on July 13.
Potential Tropical Storm System Developing In The Carolinas, Could Move NortheastAn area of low pressure spinning off of the coast of the Carolinas has a 70 percent chance of formation over the next five days. If it develops, it will become Tropical Storm Fay.
Rare Tsunami Formed In Chesapeake Bay During Monday's Storms, Forecasters SayA rare meteotsunami formed in the Chesapeake Bay as thunderstorms rolled through Maryland Monday night.
Baltimore Police Sgt. Bill Shiflett Back To 'Full Duty' Year After Methadone Clinic ShootingIt's been almost a year since a gunman opened fired inside a Baltimore methadone clinic killing one person and injuring two, including a Baltimore police sergeant.
Woman Who Swung At Baltimore Police Officer During Traffic Stop May Not Serve Jail TimeThe woman who swung at a Baltimore police officer downtown before another officer knocked her to the ground may not serve any jail time, her lawyer told WJZ on Wednesday.
Hogan Wants All Maryland Polling Places Open For 2020 General ElectionGov. Larry Hogan is directing the State Board of Elections to keep all polling places open for the general election in November despite the coronavirus pandemic.
If Ravens Fans Are Allowed At M&T Bank Stadium This Season, Capacity Would Be Capped At Fewer Than 14K, Team SaysMuch remains in the air regarding the 2020 NFL season, but if fans are able to watch Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium this fall, attendance will be greatly limited due to the coronavirus pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Coronavirus In Maryland: July 8, 2020 (Evening Update)Coronavirus In Maryland: July 8, 2020 (Evening Update)
Rare Tsunami Formed In Chesapeake Bay During Monday's Storms, Forecasters SayA rare meteotsunami formed in the Chesapeake Bay as thunderstorms rolled through Maryland Monday night. According the The National Weather Service's Mt. Holly bureau the tsunami formed near Tolchester Beach in Kent County. Katie Johnston reports.
Meg McNamara Has A Look At Your Wednesday Afternoon ForecastHeat and humidity continue to be the weather headlines.
WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 7-8-2020WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 7-8-2020
Carroll County House Fire Causes $350K Worth Of Damage The Office of the Maryland State Fire Marshal is investigating after a house fire in Carroll County caused $350,000 worth of damage.
Ex-Air Force Employee Charged With Stealing $774KA Maryland man who worked as an Air Force travel coordinator has been indicted on charges that he stole more than $774,000 in government funds.
Maryland Man Avoids Prison For Threatening Florida Congressperson Who Sponsored Vaccination BillA Maryland man who worked for a Defense Department contractor was sentenced on Tuesday to six months of home detention for threatening to kill a member of Congress who supported vaccination requirements for public school students.
HealthWatch: Some COVID-19 Patients Experience Neurological DisordersNew research shows patients can experience delirium, brain inflammation, strokes and nerve damage from COVID-19.
Maryland Zoo Announces Birth Of Male Blue DuikerThe Maryland Zoo in Baltimore announced the birth of a male blue duiker Wednesday. The tiny calf was born to 3-year-old Flower on June 17. The calf weighed 12 ounces at birth, about the same weight as a can of soup. Katie Johnston reports.
Guns, Drugs Seized In Baltimore Raid, 31-Year-Old Man ChargedGuns and drugs were seized in a raid in Baltimore's Western district. Baltimore Police's SWAT and Mobile Crime Suppression Units executed a search and seizure warrant at a home in the 1800 block of N. Smallwood Avenue. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Suffers Minor Burns In Severn House Fire Believed To Be Caused By Vaping Device, Fire Department SaysA Severn man suffered minor burns in a house fire Monday morning, the Anne Arundel County Fire Department said. Katie Johnston reports.