• Online registration opens for YouthWorks 2021 summer program By WBALTV   -   Jan 26, 2021

    ONLINE REGISTRATION OPENS FOR YOUTHWORKS 2021 SUMMER PROGRAM

    The application process for YouthWorks, the summer jobs program, is now open.

  • Tom says light snowfall will end before freezing rain mixes in overnight By WBALTV   -   Jan 26, 2021

    TOM SAYS LIGHT SNOWFALL WILL END BEFORE FREEZING RAIN MIXES IN OVERNIGHT

    Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer says the light snow could last through 1 a.m. until freezing rain mixes in until dawn.

  • COVID-19 Vaccination Oversight Workgroup talks distribution in first meeting By WBALTV   -   Jan 26, 2021

    COVID-19 VACCINATION OVERSIGHT WORKGROUP TALKS DISTRIBUTION IN FIRST MEETING

    According to the presentation, Maryland ranks 40th out of 51 as far as the vaccine distribution.

  • Polar Bear Plunger of the Week raises big money for Special Olympics Maryland By WBALTV   -   Jan 25, 2021

    POLAR BEAR PLUNGER OF THE WEEK RAISES BIG MONEY FOR SPECIAL OLYMPICS MARYLAND

    The splash into plunge week is no doubt different this year. Plungers have gone virtual, and this year, they'll have to exercise both...

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  • Advocates concerned older Marylanders are overlooked for COVID-19 vaccine By WBALTV   -   Jan 25, 2021

    ADVOCATES CONCERNED OLDER MARYLANDERS ARE OVERLOOKED FOR COVID-19 VACCINE

    Advocates worry thousands of other seniors may be overlooked or ignored when it comes to the COVID-19 vaccines.

  • Snow spreads across region tonight, then wintry mix By WBALTV   -   Jan 25, 2021

    SNOW SPREADS ACROSS REGION TONIGHT, THEN WINTRY MIX

    Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer shows when snow will spread across Maryland Monday night before switching to freezing rain Tuesday...

  • COVID-19 vaccine rollout varies by county as Maryland enters Phase 1C By WBALTV   -   Jan 25, 2021

    COVID-19 VACCINE ROLLOUT VARIES BY COUNTY AS MARYLAND ENTERS PHASE 1C

    Maryland officially entered Phase 1C of COVID-19 vaccine distribution on Monday, opening up eligibility to about 700,000 people.

  • DeCosta looking ahead to offseason, making decisions for key players By WBALTV   -   Jan 25, 2021

    DECOSTA LOOKING AHEAD TO OFFSEASON, MAKING DECISIONS FOR KEY PLAYERS

    Baltimore Ravens General Manager Eric DeCosta is already looking ahead to the offseason, and there's no doubt, the team is close to...

  • FBI: Another Marylander charged in connection with US Capitol riot By WBALTV   -   Jan 25, 2021

    FBI: ANOTHER MARYLANDER CHARGED IN CONNECTION WITH US CAPITOL RIOT

    A 22-year-old Howard County man is in custody in connection with the riot at the U.S. Capitol earlier this month.

    U.S.
  • Gilman School: Sexual abuse report uncovers allegations against 2 former employees By WBALTV   -   Jan 25, 2021

    GILMAN SCHOOL: SEXUAL ABUSE REPORT UNCOVERS ALLEGATIONS AGAINST 2 FORMER EMPLOYEES

    The Gilman School is letting families know about a recent report into sexually-abusive behavior by former staff.

  • D.C. chef to bring new Italian deli and market to Charles Village By WBALTV   -   Jan 25, 2021

    D.C. CHEF TO BRING NEW ITALIAN DELI AND MARKET TO CHARLES VILLAGE

    Once home for decades to the trusty Schnapp Shop liquor store and bodega, the corner of North Calvert and East 30th streets will soon...

    Market
  • Salmon discusses decrease in student enrollment in schools, returning to classes By WBALTV   -   Jan 25, 2021

    SALMON DISCUSSES DECREASE IN STUDENT ENROLLMENT IN SCHOOLS, RETURNING TO CLASSES

    A decrease in enrollment could affect funding, but state school Superintendent Karen Salmon is sticking to her belief that it's temporary.

  • Officials rescue dog running loose on I-95 in Howard County By WBALTV   -   Jan 25, 2021

    OFFICIALS RESCUE DOG RUNNING LOOSE ON I-95 IN HOWARD COUNTY

    Officials rescued a dog that was running loose Monday morning on Interstate 95.

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  • Initiative helps local small businesses adjust to coronavirus pandemic By WBALTV   -   Jan 25, 2021

    INITIATIVE HELPS LOCAL SMALL BUSINESSES ADJUST TO CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

    A initiative has helped some small businesses stay afloat amid the pandemic in Baltimore City.

  • Lidl to offer $200 incentive to its workers who get COVID-19 vaccine By WBALTV   -   Jan 25, 2021

    LIDL TO OFFER $200 INCENTIVE TO ITS WORKERS WHO GET COVID-19 VACCINE

    The grocery chain Lidl is offering a financial incentive to its workers to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

  • White House recommits to getting Harriet Tubman on $20 bill By WBALTV   -   Jan 25, 2021

    WHITE HOUSE RECOMMITS TO GETTING HARRIET TUBMAN ON $20 BILL

    The Biden administration says it is "exploring ways to speed up" release of $20 bills featuring Harriet Tubman after the Trump administration...

  • Watchdog probes if DOJ officials tried to overturn election By WBALTV   -   Jan 25, 2021

    WATCHDOG PROBES IF DOJ OFFICIALS TRIED TO OVERTURN ELECTION

    The Justice Department's inspector general is launching an investigation to examine whether any former or current department officials...

    Election
  • Soldier arrives just in time for son's birth in Maryland By WBALTV   -   Jan 25, 2021

    SOLDIER ARRIVES JUST IN TIME FOR SON'S BIRTH IN MARYLAND

    A U.S. Army soldier got home to Maryland just in time for the birth of his son.

    U.S.
  • AAMC to give county COVID-19 vaccine doses to meet this week's demand By WBALTV   -   Jan 25, 2021

    AAMC TO GIVE COUNTY COVID-19 VACCINE DOSES TO MEET THIS WEEK'S DEMAND

    Anne Arundel County is receiving 2,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses from Luminis Health Anne Arundel Medical Center.

    Health
  • Teenage girl killed in east Baltimore triple shooting identifed By WBALTV   -   Jan 25, 2021

    TEENAGE GIRL KILLED IN EAST BALTIMORE TRIPLE SHOOTING IDENTIFED

    A teenaged girl is dead and two men are injured after a triple shooting early Saturday in east Baltimore.