• Ellicott City Main Street reopens; officials optimistic for future By WBALTV   -   Jul 20, 2018

    ELLICOTT CITY MAIN STREET REOPENS; OFFICIALS OPTIMISTIC FOR FUTURE

    Police removed the barriers at old Columbia Pike and Mains Street, officially reopening Main Street in downtown Ellicott City, over...

  • Manny Machado says goodbye to Baltimore in Instagram post By WBALTV   -   Jul 20, 2018

    MANNY MACHADO SAYS GOODBYE TO BALTIMORE IN INSTAGRAM POST

    Manny Machado is saying goodbye to Baltimore.

  • Bristol Palin joining 'Teen Mom: OG' cast By WBALTV   -   Jul 20, 2018

    BRISTOL PALIN JOINING 'TEEN MOM: OG' CAST

    Sarah Palin's daughter will reportedly be replacing well-known cast member Farrah Abraham.

  • 18-month-old boy's death under investigation, police say By WBALTV   -   Jul 20, 2018

    18-MONTH-OLD BOY'S DEATH UNDER INVESTIGATION, POLICE SAY

    An 18-month-old boy suffered a broken bone, among other injuries, before he died Thursday, Baltimore police say.

  • Mostly sunny Friday, with temps in 80s By WBALTV   -   Jul 20, 2018

    MOSTLY SUNNY FRIDAY, WITH TEMPS IN 80S

    During the Friday afternoon weather forecast, Lowell says we can expect mostly sunny conditions with temperatures in the 80s.

  • Crews rescue 1 person after vehicle becomes submerged in Liberty Reservoir By WBALTV   -   Jul 20, 2018

    CREWS RESCUE 1 PERSON AFTER VEHICLE BECOMES SUBMERGED IN LIBERTY RESERVOIR

    Crews rescue one person from the Liberty Reservoir after vehicle becomes submerged in the water.

  • Grand jury indicts suspected Capital Gazette shooter on 23 counts, prosecutors say By WBALTV   -   Jul 20, 2018

    GRAND JURY INDICTS SUSPECTED CAPITAL GAZETTE SHOOTER ON 23 COUNTS, PROSECUTORS SAY

    A grand jury indicts the suspect on 23 counts in the fatal Capital Gazette shooting, Anne Arundel County State's Attorney Office says.

  • City schools COO steps down By WBALTV   -   Jul 20, 2018

    CITY SCHOOLS COO STEPS DOWN

    Baltimore City Schools chief operations officer is stepping down after more than a decade on the job, 11 News learns.

  • Laurel man faces animal cruelty charges By WBALTV   -   Jul 20, 2018

    LAUREL MAN FACES ANIMAL CRUELTY CHARGES

    A Laurel man has been indicted on charges of animal cruelty.

  • Man who sought help after Taylor's shooting faces gun charges By WBALTV   -   Jul 20, 2018

    MAN WHO SOUGHT HELP AFTER TAYLOR'S SHOOTING FACES GUN CHARGES

    The man who flagged down a police officer after 7-year-old Taylor Hayes was shot July 5 now faces gun charges, the 11 News I-Team has...

  • Artscape 2018 road closures By WBALTV   -   Jul 20, 2018

    ARTSCAPE 2018 ROAD CLOSURES

    Artscape takes place in Baltimore July 20-22, 2018.

  • Sun, clouds, temps in 80s Friday By WBALTV   -   Jul 20, 2018

    SUN, CLOUDS, TEMPS IN 80S FRIDAY

    During the Friday morning weather forecast, Ava says we can expect sun and clouds with temperatures in the 80s.

  • Civilian Review Board adamant about not signing confidentiality agreement By WBALTV   -   Jul 20, 2018

    CIVILIAN REVIEW BOARD ADAMANT ABOUT NOT SIGNING CONFIDENTIALITY AGREEMENT

    The Baltimore City solicitor wants the independent review board that reviews complaints against police officers to sign a confidentiality...

  • Family of Jordan McNair hires lawyer to investigate his death By WBALTV   -   Jul 20, 2018

    FAMILY OF JORDAN MCNAIR HIRES LAWYER TO INVESTIGATE HIS DEATH

    The University of Maryland football player who died two weeks after an organized practice

  • Chef prepares to feed Artscape crowds By WBALTV   -   Jul 19, 2018

    CHEF PREPARES TO FEED ARTSCAPE CROWDS

    Vegan Soul Bakery prepares to feed the masses at Artscape.

  • Enjoy the good weather while it lasts, Taylor says By WBALTV   -   Jul 19, 2018

    ENJOY THE GOOD WEATHER WHILE IT LASTS, TAYLOR SAYS

    Meteorologist Taylor Grenda says enjoy the nice weather while you can, as rain heads into the area.

  • Great Mills students meet with governor, plan to visit Parkland students By WBALTV   -   Jul 19, 2018

    GREAT MILLS STUDENTS MEET WITH GOVERNOR, PLAN TO VISIT PARKLAND STUDENTS

    Students who survived the March shooting at Great Mills High School in St. Mary's County met Thursday with the governor, and they plan...

  • Short-term rentals could be treated more like hotels in Baltimore soon By WBALTV   -   Jul 19, 2018

    SHORT-TERM RENTALS COULD BE TREATED MORE LIKE HOTELS IN BALTIMORE SOON

    Bill could limit short-term rental properties to 60 business days annually

  • Competitors use feet to solve Rubik's cube By WBALTV   -   Jul 19, 2018

    COMPETITORS USE FEET TO SOLVE RUBIK'S CUBE

    Rubik's cube experts are in Spain for the 2018 European championship.

  • New Harford County's school superintendent settling into position By WBALTV   -   Jul 19, 2018

    NEW HARFORD COUNTY'S SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT SETTLING INTO POSITION

    Sean Bulson, Harford County's public school superintendent is starting to settle into his new job. It has been three weeks since he...