• Cloudy To Start Saturday By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    CLOUDY TO START SATURDAY

    Meteorologist Taylor Grenda shows clouds clearing out Saturday afternoon.

  • Maryland Peace of Mind: Baltimore City workers learning trauma-informed care By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    MARYLAND PEACE OF MIND: BALTIMORE CITY WORKERS LEARNING TRAUMA-INFORMED CARE

    Baltimore City's first-of-its-kind effort to mandate a new approach to dealing with trauma both recognizes its prevalence and responds...

  • News We Love: Police officers save dog from Oklahoma lake By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    NEWS WE LOVE: POLICE OFFICERS SAVE DOG FROM OKLAHOMA LAKE

    Oklahoma City police released two officers' body camera videos showing them rescuing a dog from Lake Hefner back in May.

  • Long periods of rain brings flooding across parts of Maryland By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    LONG PERIODS OF RAIN BRINGS FLOODING ACROSS PARTS OF MARYLAND

    Some areas across Maryland experienced flooding on Friday.

  • Tom says showers to taper off Friday night By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    TOM SAYS SHOWERS TO TAPER OFF FRIDAY NIGHT

    Tom says showers will taper off Friday night, brining some sunshine on Saturday.

  • DeJoy provides answers to ongoing issues with some Baltimore County post offices By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    DEJOY PROVIDES ANSWERS TO ONGOING ISSUES WITH SOME BALTIMORE COUNTY POST OFFICES

    Problems with the mail persist for tens of thousands of people in the eastern end of Baltimore County, according to their representative...

    Congress, Democrats
  • Business owners react to Scott's absence, BPD plans for Fells Point By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    BUSINESS OWNERS REACT TO SCOTT'S ABSENCE, BPD PLANS FOR FELLS POINT

    Mayor Brandon Scott explained his absence from Thursday's community meeting. Meanwhile, business owners are complaining about the police...

  • Walmart in Owings Mills to close amid failed lease renegotiations By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    WALMART IN OWINGS MILLS TO CLOSE AMID FAILED LEASE RENEGOTIATIONS

    A Walmart in Owings Mills will close this month due to failed lease renegotiations with the property's landlord, according to a spokesman...

  • BARCS full for first time since beginning of pandemic and looking for fosters By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    BARCS FULL FOR FIRST TIME SINCE BEGINNING OF PANDEMIC AND LOOKING FOR FOSTERS

    BARCS is at capacity when it comes to dogs and they are in desperate need for foster families to temporarily help pet owners who are...

  • 10 million Johnson & Johnson vaccines from troubled factory to be released for use By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    10 MILLION JOHNSON & JOHNSON VACCINES FROM TROUBLED FACTORY TO BE RELEASED FOR USE

    The FDA is allowing the release of 10 million doses of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine from a troubled Baltimore factory. But...

  • 10 million J&J vaccines to be released from Baltimore factory, but many tossed By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    10 MILLION J&J VACCINES TO BE RELEASED FROM BALTIMORE FACTORY, BUT MANY TOSSED

    The FDA announced that it had determined that two batches from the plant could be released. But it said several other batches are not...

  • Mid 60s, on and off showers Friday By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    MID 60S, ON AND OFF SHOWERS FRIDAY

    Meteorologist Taylor Grenda says temperatures will linger in the 60s with on and off showers all day.

  • Contract worker at LA vaccine center charged for allegedly stealing hundreds of blank vaccine cards By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    CONTRACT WORKER AT LA VACCINE CENTER CHARGED FOR ALLEGEDLY STEALING HUNDREDS OF BLANK VACCINE CARDS

    Each card has a value of at least $15 if illegally sold, prosecutors said.

  • Heavy showers impact city neighborhood known for flooding issues By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    HEAVY SHOWERS IMPACT CITY NEIGHBORHOOD KNOWN FOR FLOODING ISSUES

    Torrential rain turns streets into pools after flash flooding on Thursday washed over several roads in northeast Baltimore.

  • Special Olympics Maryland athlete educates competitors on healthy living By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    SPECIAL OLYMPICS MARYLAND ATHLETE EDUCATES COMPETITORS ON HEALTHY LIVING

    One Special Olympics athlete is educating his fellow competitors about the benefits of healthy eating.

    Olympics
  • Report explains relationship between Jarrod Ramos, sister By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    REPORT EXPLAINS RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JARROD RAMOS, SISTER

    A new report reveals new details about Jarrod Ramos.

  • Novavax leaders say company will expand, stay in Gaithersburg By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    NOVAVAX LEADERS SAY COMPANY WILL EXPAND, STAY IN GAITHERSBURG

    A Maryland biotech company on the cutting edge of coronavirus vaccines, announces the site of its future headquarters.

  • I-Team uncovers new details about in-custody death cases in Maryland By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    I-TEAM UNCOVERS NEW DETAILS ABOUT IN-CUSTODY DEATH CASES IN MARYLAND

    The 11 News I-Team has new details about cases of people who have died in police custody in Maryland.

  • Cumberland teen will compete in Olympic trials this weekend for swimming By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    CUMBERLAND TEEN WILL COMPETE IN OLYMPIC TRIALS THIS WEEKEND FOR SWIMMING

    Next week, 15-year-old Daniel Diehl will be competing in the Olympic trials alongside some of the biggest names in the sport.

    Olympics, Sport
  • 'Stone-cold ideologue': California Gov. Newsom slams judge as state appeals assault weapons decision By WBALTV   -   Jun 12, 2021

    'STONE-COLD IDEOLOGUE': CALIFORNIA GOV. NEWSOM SLAMS JUDGE AS STATE APPEALS ASSAULT WEAPONS DECISION

    U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez of San Diego ruled last Friday that the state's definition of illegal military-style rifles unlawfully...

    Style, U.S.