Rain moves in today, and there is a chance for strong thunderstorms in some areas. Cloudy and breezy, with high temperatures in the upper 60's.
2 Charles County Deputies In Good Condition After Shooting At Waldorf HomeTwo Maryland sheriff’s deputies were in good condition Tuesday despite being shot multiple times a day earlier while trying to serve a warrant for a probation violation on an assault charge, a spokeswoman said.
Maryland Zoo Fundraiser Offers Chance To Name A RhinoThe Maryland Zoo is offering people the chance to name one of its newest residents - a southern white rhinoceros - as part of a fundraiser.
Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff Visits Annapolis, Talks To Small Business OwnersThe Second Gentleman was in Annapolis on Tuesday morning.
COVID-19 In Maryland: May 18, 2021 (Noon Update)The latest on coronavirus in Maryland.
Prince George's County Police Warns Residents Of Kidnapping ScamThe Prince George's County Police Department is warning county residents about a kidnapping scam.
Maryland Officials Recognize May As Mental Health Awareness MonthGovernor Larry Hogan and Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford declared May 2021 as Mental Health Awareness Month in Maryland.
Police Charge 2 Men In Severna Park Pursuit That Injured 2 OfficersAnne Arundel County police are actively investigating after a police pursuit over the weekend left two officers injured.
TSA Officials Discuss Updates To Airport Security During The PandemicTransportation Security Administration officials discuss updates to airport security at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport due to COVID-19.
Coffee With: Mike HellgrenMike Hellgren talks about his interview with a COVID survivor.
WJZ Morning News & Weather Update: 5-18-21The latest news & weather from WJZ in Baltimore, Maryland
Weather Blog: June In MayThe latest weather blog from Marty Bass
Tuesday Morning Weather With Marty BassSunny and warm today with high temperatures in the low 80's.
Baltimore Buzz: Waterfront Partnership Encouraging Walking ToursWhat's trending in Baltimore.
Close To Death: A Maryland COVID Survival StoryCOVID-19 has sickened almost half a million people in Maryland, killing more than 8,700 in our state alone. Darnell Davis considers himself one of the lucky ones. After almost dying last year, the realtor said he has no long-term problems.
Bob Turk Has Your Evening ForecastBob Turk Has Your Evening Forecast
Mayor Scott Vetoes Security Deposit Alternative BillMayor Brandon Scott vetoes security deposit alternative bill.
Hogan Tours BWI Airport ExpansionNew additions are coming to BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport as more people are anxious to take to the skies and check off items on their travel bucket lists.
Maryland Still Feeling Effects of Colonial Pipeline HackThe Marathon gas station on Cold Spring Lane in Baltimore has been out of fuel since last week. Experts say this kind of ransomware attack is nothing new, but just another example highlighting cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
2 Charles County Deputies Shot In Police-Involved Shooting, Suspect DeadPolice are investigating a police-involved shooting that left 2 deputies seriously injured and the suspect dead.
Bob Turk Has Your Monday Evening ForecastBob Turk Has Your Monday Evening Forecast
Maryland Still Feeling Effects Of Colonial Pipeline HackMarylanders are still feeling the effects of the Colonial Pipeline Hack
Hogan Tours BWI ExpansionHogan Tours BWI Expansion
2 Charles County Officers Shot And Wounded In WaldorfAuthorities are investigating a police-involved shooting that left 2 deputies seriously injured and the suspect dead.
Baltimore Mayor Says Indoor Mask Mandate Will Remain Until 65% Of City Residents Receive At Least 1 Dose Of VaccineBaltimore Mayor Says Indoor Mask Mandate Will Remain Until 65% Of City Residents Receive At Least 1 Dose Of Vaccine