Frederick Firefighters Battle Flames At Braodbeck Hall At Hood College.The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Cases Rise By 907The positivity rate remains under 5%.
Baltimore County Will Mandate Employee Vaccinations By October 15thBaltimore County will require all government employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or submit to regular testing.
Marty Bass Has Your Thursday Afternoon ForecastMarty Bass takes a look at the afternoon forecast for Sept. 9, 2021.
WJZ Morning News and Weather: Sept. 9, 2021WJZ Morning News and Weather: Sept. 9, 2021
Remembering 9/11: Sergeant Major Patrick Metzger Recounts Experience Following Terrorist Attacks At PentagonThe Maryland National Guard was quickly activated after the 9/11 attacks and military police rushed to the Pentagon to do everything they could to protect that site.
Bob Turk Has A Look Ahead At Your Thursday ForecastBob Turk Has A Look Ahead At Your Thursday Forecast.
Cleanup In Parole Continues After EF-2 TornadoCommunity members gathered together to continue cleanup efforts following an EF-2 tornado.
Rally Held Outside Carroll County School Board Meeting Wednesday EveningWhile some parents cry out for the freedom to choose, others are concerned about their child's physical and mental health if masks are mandated.
Maryland Weather: Severe Thunderstorm & Flash Flood Watches, Warnings Issued For Areas Across RegionThe National Weather Service said that showers and scattered thunderstorms are expected tonight. There could be periods with heavy rainfall with rates around one to three inches per hour.
Girl's Sign To Melanie Newman Steals Attention During Last Night's GameIn short, representation matters!
Baltimore Buzz: Calling All Wine LoversHere's what's buzzing in Baltimore.
Bob Turk Has Your Evening ForecastBob Turk Has Your Evening Forecast.
Rally Held Outside Of School Board Meeting In Carroll CountyParents in Carroll County hold a rally outside of a school board meeting.
City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby Launches New Initiative To Share Stories Of Men Who Were Wrongfully ConvictedThe Baltimore City State's Attorney Office launched a new campaign called "Faces Of Actual Innocence" to help share the stories of men who were wrongfully convicted.
Students Return To Classroom In Anne Arundel, Carroll & Harford CountiesSome very excited students and teachers are now back in class full-time at Anne Arundel, Carroll and Harford county schools.
Hogan Announces Marylanders 65 & Older Living In Congregate Settings Are Eligible For COVID-19 Booster ShotGovernor Hogan announced that Marylanders 65 and older living in congregate settings can now receive a booster shot Wednesday, effective immediately.
'Trucks For Tots' To return In October"Trucks for Tots" is scheduled to return next month!
Traffic Alert For Bay & Key BridgesAttention Drivers! Here are some traffic alerts for the Bay & Key Bridges scheduled for Sept. 9.
Teen Shot In The Head By Possible Stray BulletA 16-year-old boy was shot in the head by an assumed stray bullet in northwest Baltimore overnight, police said.
Suspect In Towson University Shooting Samuel Nnam Held Without BondSamuel Nnam, 19, is being held without bond after prosecutors allege he shot two people and himself during an unsanctioned event on the Towson University campus last Saturday.
Library Employees Receive New Training As Part Of Trauma Informed Task ForceOver the summer, staff at Baltimore's libraries received new training.
Blood Drive Being Held In Honor Of Capital Gazette Victim Wendi WintersA blood drive is being held to honor one of the Capital Gazette victims, Wendi Winters.