The Road To Victory: Ravens Vs. Eagles
WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 10-20-2020WJZ Afternoon News & Weather Update 10-20-2020
Tim Williams Has A Look At Your Tuesday Afternoon ForecastWe're now in a mild stretch that will last for the next few days.
Gov. Larry Hogan Supports Ballot Question On Sports Betting, Opposes Changes To Budget ProcessGov. Larry Hogan has weighed in on more items Marylanders will see on their ballots this fall.
Man Sentenced To 30 Years For Child Porn DistributionA 36-year-old Edgewood man was sentenced to 30 years in federal prison on Oct. 8 for production of child pornography.
Police Search For Suspects In Wawa Car Thefts In ElktonPolice are searching for suspects in car thefts in Elkton on Thursday.
HealthWatch: Tuesday Is World Osteoporosis DayTuesday is World Osteoporosis Day.
Lottery Open For Ravens Season Ticket Holders Who Want To See Steelers Game In PersonThe Baltimore Ravens play their rival Pittsburgh Steelers on Nov. 1 and now season-ticket holders can get a chance to be at the game.
Baltimore's Inner Harbor Ice Rink Won't Return This WinterOne Baltimore attraction won't return this holiday season due to the coronavirus pandemic -- the Inner Harbor Ice Rink.
Tuesday Is The Deadline To Request A Mail-In Ballot In MarylandThe Maryland State Board of Elections is encouraging people to vote safe and vote with a mail-in ballot. They are still offering other options for Marylanders to vote.
Coronavirus In Maryland: October 20, 2020 (Noon Update)Coronavirus In Maryland: October 20, 2020 (Noon Update)
Man, Woman Shot In NW Baltimore Early Monday MorningTwo people were shot earlier Monday morning in northwest Baltimore, police said.
No Immediate Ruling From Judge After Lee Statue TrialA judge heard hours of arguments and witness testimony Monday but did not immediately issue a ruling in a lawsuit seeking to prevent Virginia's governor from removing an enormous statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in Richmond.
Ravens Hope To Address Flaws, Get Healthy During Early ByeThe NFL's fluctuating schedule has provided the Baltimore Ravens an early, well-timed bye that will enable the team to work out a few kinks and get healthier before its first-place showdown with Pittsburgh on Nov. 1.
Man Fatally Shoots Estranged Wife, Injures Another Man In Somerset County, Police SayThe suspect in a fatal shooting in Somerset County over the weekend killed his estranged wife and shot another man before that man shot him, Maryland State Police said Monday.
Marilyn Mosby 'Concerned' About Potential Violence Around ElectionElection Day is two weeks away, and Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby said she's "concerned" violence could break out before and after the election.
Gov. Larry Hogan Explains Vote For Ronald Reagan In 2020 Presidential RaceGov. Larry Hogan on Monday explained his rationale for writing in the late former President Ronald Reagan at the top of the ticket when he cast his ballot for the 2020 election.
Woman Arrested During Traffic Stop After Police Find Marijuana, THC Edibles In CarPolice arrested a Brooklyn woman after they seized marijuana, THC oil and edibles as well as over $3,000 in cash during a traffic stop in Anne Arundel County on Saturday. Katie Johnston reports.
Coffee With: Ronald McDonald HouseThe latest on how the Ronald McDonald House is working to raise funds during the pandemic.
Deadline To Request Mail-In Ballot In Maryland Is Tuesday, Oct. 20It's the deadline to request a mail-in ballot in Maryland. You must already be registered to vote to do so.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Oct. 20, 2020 (AM Edition)The latest on coronavirus in Maryland.
Multi-State Police Chase Ends With Fatal Shooting Of SuspectOne man has died after being shot by police following a multi-state pursuit Monday afternoon, the Frederick County Sheriff's Office said.
Help Name This Baby ChimpThe Maryland Zoo needs help naming its newest baby chimp.
WJZ Morning News & Weather Update 10-20-20WJZ Morning News & Weather Update 10-20-20
Baltimore Buzz: Jeff Bridges Has LymphomaHere's what's trending in Baltimore.