National Zoo Taking Votes To Name 1-Month-Old PorcupineThe National Zoo in Washington needs your help naming its new baby porcupine.
Bob Turk Has One Last Look At Your Wednesday Night ForecastIt will be cooler on Thursday before a slight warmup for the weekend.
First Cold-Related Death Of Winter Season Reported In MarylandWinter is still more than a week away, but the Maryland Department of Health reported the first cold-related death of the season on Wednesday.
Woman Uses Facebook To Track Down Alleged Porch PiratePolice have arrested a man in an investigation of a series of package thefts in the northern part of Anne Arundel County thanks to one of the man’s alleged victims.
Gang Members Sentenced For Role In Bartender’s DeathThree Baltimore men were sentenced Wednesday in the 2019 murder of a popular Canton bartender.
Baltimore County Police Searching For Essex Murder SuspectAnton “Ant” Hosea Elsezy, Jr., is wanted in the shooting death of 18-year-old Tyron Deandre Davis.
More People In The US Are Dying At Home Than At The HospitalFor the first time since the early 20th century, more people in United States are dying at home than at the hospital, according to a report published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Wednesday.
Morgan State University Student Starts Non-Profit To Help Others With Chronic PainCaitlyn Adams has sickle cell anemia and survives off monthly blood transfusions.
‘Lyftie’ Awards Highlight Top Ride-Sharing Destinations In BaltimoreRide-sharing company Lyft has released its annual list of the most popular destinations for its customers of the year.
Southwest Adding Two More Routes From BWIAttention frequent flyers: you’ll soon be able to fly from Baltimore to two new cities.
Police: Two Injured In South Baltimore ShootingPolice are investigating a shooting that left two people injured in south Baltimore earlier Wednesday afternoon.
Person Shot At Baltimore County ParkA person was injured in a shooting at a park near Overlea overnight, Baltimore County police said Wednesday.
Maryland Lawmakers Plan To Take Up Video Tolling Next SessionTwo Maryland lawmakers plan to tackle the issue of video tolling at the state house during the next session.
Baltimore Buzz: MTA Holiday Bus Spreads Holiday CheerMDOT MTA’s “Joy to the World” tour is moving through Maryland to spread holiday cheer.
Bob Turk Has A Look At Your Wednesday Evening ForecastIt’ll be clear and cold as the Ravens take on the New York Jets in Baltimore on Thursday night.
Hate Crime Murder Trial Of Sean Urbanski BeginsWednesday was the first day of the hate crime trial of Sean Urbanski, the man accused of killing Richard Collins III in May 2017.
Girl Injured When Backpack Gets Stuck In School Bus DoorA 4-year-old girl was injured after her backpack got stuck in the door of a Baltimore County school bus and the driver began moving, police said.
Nearly 20 Suspicious Fires Have Broken Out In SW Baltimore So Far This MonthThe number of suspicious fires at vacant buildings in southwest Baltimore in recent days has grown again, and while two people have been arrested, investigators still have a lot of unanswered questions.
Shoppers Hit The Stores With Just Two Weeks Until ChristmasChristmas is just two weeks away and Hanukkah is less than that, meaning it’s crunch time for many holiday shoppers.
Crews Investigating Cause Of West Baltimore FireBaltimore City Fire investigators are working to learn what caused a fire Wednesday in west Baltimore.
Police: Body Wrapped In Tarp Found At Recycling PlantPolice are calling the discovery of a body at a Baltimore County recycling plant on Tuesday “extremely suspicious” and likely a homicide.
First Cold-Related Death Reported In Baltimore For 2019-2020 SeasonMaryland Department of Health reported the first cold-related illness death of the season on Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Saltwater Intrusion Harming Farmers In Maryland’s Eastern ShoreMaryland might be one of the first places to start seeing climate refugees in our lifetime. Rising sea levels are already starting to affect farmers in the state who say they’re losing land.
Former Mayor Dixon Holding Event In West Baltimore On SaturdayFormer Mayor Sheila Dixon will make an announcement about the city’s mayoral race on Saturday in west Baltimore.