Montgomery County Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man who they say assaulted two employees at a 7-Eleven in Germantown.
Montgomery County Police Looking For Assault SuspectMontgomery County Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man who they say assaulted two employees at a 7-Eleven in Germantown.
Ravens Guard Marshal Yanda Enjoying Time At Pro Bowl As Questions Facing Retirement LoomThere's a chance the Pro Bowl could be the last career game for Ravens offensive lineman Marshal Yanda.
AAA: Maryland Gas Prices Drop SlightlyThe average price for a gallon of gas in Maryland is $2.44.
A Look Inside The Maryland Home Of Suffragette Clara Barton As 100th Anniversary Of 19th Amendment NearsWJZ toured the home of Clara Barton, a famous Marylander whose impact on the push for women's suffrage still resonates to this day.
Students Reportedly Called Racial Slur During Argument In North BaltimoreCommunity members are outraged and concerned after learning of a heated argument involving several students and adults at Roland Park Elementary/Middle School in which a racial slur was hurled at the students.
Marriott Waives Cancellation Fees For Hotel Stays In China Due To CornonavirusThe Marriott hotel chain is waiving cancellation fees for guests traveling to or from China due to the deadly coronavirus outbreak.
Suspect In Harford County Barricade, Shooting Incident Held Without BailA Harford County man is being held without bond after allegedly shooting at police earlier this week.
Rock Hits Police Cruiser, Another Vehicle In BaltimorePolice in Baltimore are investigating after two vehicles were struck by a rock near W. Northern Parkway and Lynview Avenue on Friday afternoon.
Spirit Airlines Adds More Flights From BWIBudget airline Spirit on Friday announced it's upping the number of daily flights from BWI to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport to four beginning on April 22.
Family, Friends Remember Baltimore Rapper 'Dee Dave' Killed In Essex ShootingAn East Baltimore rapper known as 'Dee Dave' was shot and killed in an Essex parking lot early Friday morning.
Greeting Card Retailer Papyrus Closing All Stores, Including 5 In MarylandGreeting card retailer Papyrus is closing all of its stores, including five Maryland locations, the company announced this week. Katie Johnston reports.
Frederick Police Release Photo Of Suspect Vehicle In Fatal Hit-And-RunPolice in Frederick have released a photo of a vehicle believed to be involved in a fatal hit-and-run in the city last month. Katie Johnston reports.
BARCS Needs Donations To Care For 3-Month-Old Puppy Struck By CarA Baltimore area animal shelter is in need of donations to help care for a 3-month-old puppy that was struck by a car. Katie Johnston reports.
Chelsea Ingram Has A Look At Your Friday Afternoon ForecastKeep that umbrella nearby; it's going to be a very wet start to your weekend!
WJZ Afternoon News And Weather Update 1-24-2020WJZ Afternoon News And Weather Update 1-24-2020
Hogan: Maryland Unemployment Rate Drops To Lowest In A DecadeGov. Larry Hogan said Maryland's unemployment rate is the lowest its ever been in a decade.
Noon Puppy: Brownie Batter And Lucky Penny7-year-old dogs Brownie Batter and Lucky Penny are looking for a fur-ever home. Contact the Maryland SPCA for details.
East Baltimore Rapper Killed In Double Shooting In EssexAn East Baltimore rapper known as 'Dee Dave' was shot and killed in an Essex parking lot early Friday morning.
Md. Lawmakers Introduce Bills To Make Strangling Someone A FelonyWhile almost all US states consider choking someone as a felony, a few jurisdictions still treat it as a misdemeanor.
Man Hit, Killed By Train In Montgomery CountyAuthorities confirmed a West Virginia man died after being struck by a freight train in Maryland.
Inmate Dies At Maryland PrisonMaryland State Police are investigating an inmate death at the Maryland Correctional Training Center in Hagerstown.
Md. Man Sentenced For Defrauding Clients Of Over $1.6 MillionFederal prosecutors say a Maryland man has been sentenced to four years in prison after he took more than $1.6 million from clients at his payroll processing business and used the money to pay his personal expenses.
Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford Heads On Trade Trip To Middle EastMaryland Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford is leading an economic development trade trip to the United Arab Emirates and Israel.
Maryland Lawmakers Look To Repeal State's 'Archaic' Sex LawsMaryland lawmakers hope to repeal “archaic” provisions in the state’s spousal defense for sex crimes and sodomy laws with the reintroduction of legislation this session.