Bob Turk has your Thursday night forecastBob Turk has your Thursday night forecast
Mount Vernon celebrates lighting of its 50th monument after pandemic hiatusBaltimore is officially ready for the holiday season. The Washington Monument at Mount Vernon is illuminated, adorned with thousands of lights.
Prosecution documents say Evelyn Player attempted to fight her killer, suspect arrestedCut wounds on church worker hands suggest she tried to fight suspected killer, prosecution documents say
Video shows student punched in the head by Howard High School staff, sparking outcry in the communityA violent video posted to social media on Thursday shows staff at Howard High School holding a student to the ground and hitting him on the head.
The Washington Monument lights up in Mount VernonThe annual event is a tradition in Baltimore, which marks the unofficial start of the holiday season. This year marks the 50th anniversary of lighting.
For 40 years, a woman in Baltimore County has struggled to find the murderer of her childhood friend; How new DNA evidence finally solved the caseSue Yutzy will never forget walking Hammonds Ferry Road to Lansdowne on September 23, 1981. She was 14 at the time and with her best friend Heather Porter, who was a year younger. It would be the last time she would see Porter alive.
Winter admission prices in effect at the Maryland ZooWinter prices are in effect until the end of February.
Guinness Open Gate Brewery kicks off the holiday marchIf you miss tonight, next Thursday’s movie is “Jingle All The Way”
Baltimore Buzz: Fells Point Hosts Animal Photos With SantaHere’s what’s hot in Baltimore!
Mount Vernon celebrates the 50th lighting of the Washington MonumentWhat started as a quiet gathering of neighbors has become a tradition now in its 50th year and will once again feature food, shows and fireworks.
Baltimore residents weigh in on President Biden’s winter action planThe president’s plan includes expanding immunization and immunizing more children.
The jury showed graphic images in the murder trial of Keith Smith, who blamed Panhandler for his wife’s deathOn the second day of the State of Maryland case against Keith Smith, prosecutors described the defendant as someone who violated his marriage vows, stabbed his wife five times, and then blamed a beggar for his murder.
Harford County man charged in two sexual assault casesA Harford County man is under arrest for a pair of recent sexual assaults, and investigators believe there may be more victims, authorities said Thursday.
Murder trial begins for Keith Smith, the man who blamed Baltimore Panhandler on his wife’s deathKeith Smith has been charged with first degree murder and deadly weapon with intent to injure, after his wife Jacquelyn Smith was killed in the wee hours of December 1, 2018.
Jimmy’s Famous Fund donates $ 1 to toddler toys for every cake soldJimmy’s created the limited edition caramel chocolate cakes to raise funds for Toys For Tots
Share your holiday light displays with usThroughout the month, WJZ celebrates the best and brightest holiday decorations in the entire Baltimore area. Share yours with us – just upload a video or photos to social media, and be sure to include #BeOnWJZ.
Series of projects underway to prevent a repeat of devastating flash floods in Ellicott CityThe mitigation project was launched today and is one of a series of projects.
Federal Hill Bar featured in Crown Royal advertisement alongside former Raven Ray ReedYou may have seen this Crown Royal commercial on TV. The bar he’s filmed in is in the Federal Hill neighborhood
Bob Turk has your Thursday night weather forecastBob Turk has your Thursday night weather forecast
2 other sports betting requests sent to the State Committee; Five casinos on track to open sports betting by DecemberTwo more sports betting licenses have been passed to a state committee for final approval, and sports betting at five state casinos are set to open this month, the Commission for the Control of Financial Statements said Thursday. Maryland lotteries and games.
Lexington Market to add Charro Negro and keep Dancing Potato, developer saysThe redeveloped Lexington Marketplace will add a new supplier, Charro Negro, and retain one, Dancing Potato, which has had a stand since 2013, developer Seawall said Thursday.
Baltimore man charged with assaulting Asian-American woman pleads not criminally responsibleA man accused of assaulting two Asian Americans with a cinder block inside their Baltimore liquor store pleads not criminally responsible.
Police solve murder of Baltimore County teenager 40 years laterForty years after the murder of teenage Halethorpe, Baltimore County police have identified her murderer.
Chopper 13 captures a beautiful sunsetBob Turk said it looked like Purple on Thursday tonight. Why not?