• Local matchmaker shares 5 tips for successful dating in Baltimore By WBALTV   -   Aug 14, 2018

    LOCAL MATCHMAKER SHARES 5 TIPS FOR SUCCESSFUL DATING IN BALTIMORE

    When it comes to dating in this day and age, most will agree it's a different kind of beast. There are rules to it. A local matchmaker...

  • I-70 closed between beltway, US 29 due to unstable power lines By WBALTV   -   Aug 14, 2018

    I-70 CLOSED BETWEEN BELTWAY, US 29 DUE TO UNSTABLE POWER LINES

    Interstate 70 is closed in both directions between the Baltimore Beltway and U.S. Route 29 due to unstable high voltage wires.

    U.S.
  • City police look for missing 67-year-old man By WBALTV   -   Aug 14, 2018

    CITY POLICE LOOK FOR MISSING 67-YEAR-OLD MAN

    City police are asking for the public's help to find a missing 67-year-old man.

  • Medical society asks USM to add to meningitis B to vaccine list By WBALTV   -   Aug 14, 2018

    MEDICAL SOCIETY ASKS USM TO ADD TO MENINGITIS B TO VACCINE LIST

    The largest physician organization in Maryland wants to make the back-to-school to-do list a little longer for students entering the...

  • Cool start to Tuesday, T-storms in afternoon By WBALTV   -   Aug 14, 2018

    COOL START TO TUESDAY, T-STORMS IN AFTERNOON

    During the Tuesday morning weather forecast, Ava says we can expect cooler conditions with thunderstorms later and temperatures in...

  • Poll: Hogan holds lead over Jealous in Maryland gubernatorial race By WBALTV   -   Aug 14, 2018

    POLL: HOGAN HOLDS LEAD OVER JEALOUS IN MARYLAND GUBERNATORIAL RACE

    Republican Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan would handily win a second term if the election were held today, the latest Gonzales Maryland...

    Republicans, Election
  • Medical society asks University of Maryland school system to add to meningitis B to vaccination list By WBALTV   -   Aug 14, 2018

    MEDICAL SOCIETY ASKS UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL SYSTEM TO ADD TO MENINGITIS B TO VACCINATION LIST

    The largest physician organization in Maryland wants to make the back-to-school to-do list a little longer for students entering the...

  • Concerned readers call newspaper after no obituaries published By WBALTV   -   Aug 14, 2018

    CONCERNED READERS CALL NEWSPAPER AFTER NO OBITUARIES PUBLISHED

    A news reporter informed readers in Canada that everything was OK after no deaths were reported for a local newspaper.

  • Motorcyclist in serious condition after crash in Columbia By WBALTV   -   Aug 14, 2018

    MOTORCYCLIST IN SERIOUS CONDITION AFTER CRASH IN COLUMBIA

    Howard County police said a collision in Columbia between a motorist and a motorcyclist has left one person in critical condition.

  • Candidates for Baltimore County executive support replacing aging schools By WBALTV   -   Aug 13, 2018

    CANDIDATES FOR BALTIMORE COUNTY EXECUTIVE SUPPORT REPLACING AGING SCHOOLS

    The candidates for Baltimore County executive are sharing their plans for aging school buildings.

  • Storms bring potential flood risks By WBALTV   -   Aug 13, 2018

    STORMS BRING POTENTIAL FLOOD RISKS

    Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer shows where storms are moving through Maryland and how flooding is possible.

  • Flood warnings in effect Monday night By WBALTV   -   Aug 13, 2018

    FLOOD WARNINGS IN EFFECT MONDAY NIGHT

    Flood warnings have been issued Monday evening across parts of Maryland.

  • Sinkhole forms around watermain break in Parkville By WBALTV   -   Aug 13, 2018

    SINKHOLE FORMS AROUND WATERMAIN BREAK IN PARKVILLE

    A sinkhole has formed around a watermain break in the 8800 block of Baker Avenue in Parkville. As many as 80 customers and three hydrants...

  • Former officer who repeatedly punched man could face charges By WBALTV   -   Aug 13, 2018

    FORMER OFFICER WHO REPEATEDLY PUNCHED MAN COULD FACE CHARGES

    A Baltimore City police officer who resigned over the weekend could face charges after he was seen on video repeatedly punching a man.

  • 4 teens arrested in connection with 26 Baltimore City, county carjackings, officials say By WBALTV   -   Aug 13, 2018

    4 TEENS ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH 26 BALTIMORE CITY, COUNTY CARJACKINGS, OFFICIALS SAY

    Law enforcement officials announced Monday that they have squashed a violent carjacking gang that had been operating in Baltimore City...

  • North Point library goes to dogs for DOGust By WBALTV   -   Aug 13, 2018

    NORTH POINT LIBRARY GOES TO DOGS FOR DOGUST

    The Baltimore County Public Library North Point branch has gone to the dogs.

  • Caught on video: 60 dogs, cats saved by police in daring wildfire rescue By WBALTV   -   Aug 13, 2018

    CAUGHT ON VIDEO: 60 DOGS, CATS SAVED BY POLICE IN DARING WILDFIRE RESCUE

    Saved! 60 dogs, cats rescued as California wildfire threatened an animal shelter.

  • Over 100K Vitamix blending containers have been recalled By WBALTV   -   Aug 13, 2018

    OVER 100K VITAMIX BLENDING CONTAINERS HAVE BEEN RECALLED

    Find out if your cups and bowls are affected.

    Bowling
  • 'Camp Open Arms' hosts kids with limb challenges By WBALTV   -   Aug 13, 2018

    'CAMP OPEN ARMS' HOSTS KIDS WITH LIMB CHALLENGES

    A camp in Monkton is giving kids with limb challenges the opportunity to not be different. Camp Open Arms is also giving them hope.

  • Hostess recalls brownie snack By WBALTV   -   Aug 13, 2018

    HOSTESS RECALLS BROWNIE SNACK

    A brownie treat from Hostess has been voluntarily recalled after being mislabeled.