• Baltimore County no longer accepting claims from homeowners on road salt contamination By WBALTV   -   Mar 23, 2019

    BALTIMORE COUNTY NO LONGER ACCEPTING CLAIMS FROM HOMEOWNERS ON ROAD SALT CONTAMINATION

    A policy change for Baltimore County, it is no longer accepting claims for damage from homeowners who think road salt contaminated...

  • Emergency legislation on UMMS board to move forward next week By WBALTV   -   Mar 22, 2019

    EMERGENCY LEGISLATION ON UMMS BOARD TO MOVE FORWARD NEXT WEEK

    In Annapolis, legislation is on the fast track to overhaul the University of Maryland hospital system's board. House Speaker Michael...

  • End of Life Option Act passes out of Senate committee in 8-3 vote By WBALTV   -   Mar 22, 2019

    END OF LIFE OPTION ACT PASSES OUT OF SENATE COMMITTEE IN 8-3 VOTE

    The controversial bill passed a key senate test Friday afternoon, marking the furthest any bill of this kind has ever advanced in the...

  • 'He still lives on through us': Sisters start college radio program in memory of their dad By WBALTV   -   Mar 22, 2019

    'HE STILL LIVES ON THROUGH US': SISTERS START COLLEGE RADIO PROGRAM IN MEMORY OF THEIR DAD

    Originally, Jenn created the show as a way to process the grief of losing her dad, but it evolved into something more.

  • Winds expected for first full Spring weekend By WBALTV   -   Mar 22, 2019

    WINDS EXPECTED FOR FIRST FULL SPRING WEEKEND

    Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer says scattered showers are still in the forecast for late Friday. Winds blow in for the weekend.

  • A Baltimore City College student was stabbed across from school, officials say By WBALTV   -   Mar 22, 2019

    A BALTIMORE CITY COLLEGE STUDENT WAS STABBED ACROSS FROM SCHOOL, OFFICIALS SAY

    Baltimore City schools confirm a Baltimore City College student was stabbed across the street from the school.

  • Rainfall activates Ellicott City 'Safe and Sound' plan to lower chances of future flooding By WBALTV   -   Mar 22, 2019

    RAINFALL ACTIVATES ELLICOTT CITY 'SAFE AND SOUND' PLAN TO LOWER CHANCES OF FUTURE FLOODING

    The program is designed to help clear debris from area rivers and streams to lower the chance of future flooding in Ellicott City.

  • Baltimore County school board to address issues with delayed school buses By WBALTV   -   Mar 22, 2019

    BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD TO ADDRESS ISSUES WITH DELAYED SCHOOL BUSES

    Two hours is how long some parents say their children have had to wait for a school bus to take them to school.

  • Nebraska Army National Guard air-dropping hay bales to livestock stranded by flooding By WBALTV   -   Mar 22, 2019

    NEBRASKA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD AIR-DROPPING HAY BALES TO LIVESTOCK STRANDED BY FLOODING

    Flooding has caused catastrophic damage to the state's infrastructure and agriculture.

  • Winds pick up Friday afternoon By WBALTV   -   Mar 22, 2019

    WINDS PICK UP FRIDAY AFTERNOON

    Meteorologist Taylor Grenda says winds are picking up Friday afternoon.

  • Millersville pediatrician heads to Mozambique to aid victims of devastating cyclone By WBALTV   -   Mar 22, 2019

    MILLERSVILLE PEDIATRICIAN HEADS TO MOZAMBIQUE TO AID VICTIMS OF DEVASTATING CYCLONE

    A Millersville pedestrian is getting ready to head halfway around the world to help residents devastated by a cyclone in Africa.

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  • Report: Parkland school shooting survivor takes own life after struggling with survivor's guilt By WBALTV   -   Mar 22, 2019

    REPORT: PARKLAND SCHOOL SHOOTING SURVIVOR TAKES OWN LIFE AFTER STRUGGLING WITH SURVIVOR'S GUILT

    Sydney Aiello was recently diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, according to her mother.

  • Keep a rain jacket handy Friday By WBALTV   -   Mar 22, 2019

    KEEP A RAIN JACKET HANDY FRIDAY

    Meteorologist Ava Marie says some roads still are covered with water from yesterday's rain.

  • Report says Maryland has high percentage of failing scores for public housing inspections By WBALTV   -   Mar 22, 2019

    REPORT SAYS MARYLAND HAS HIGH PERCENTAGE OF FAILING SCORES FOR PUBLIC HOUSING INSPECTIONS

    The Department of Housing and Urban Development's inspection process is coming under scrutiny in a new report.

  • Baltimore police are asking for help to locate a missing 13-year-old girl By WBALTV   -   Mar 22, 2019

    BALTIMORE POLICE ARE ASKING FOR HELP TO LOCATE A MISSING 13-YEAR-OLD GIRL

    Baltimore police are asking the public's help to locate a missing 13-year-old girl.

  • BPD launches pilot program, finding new ways to recruit officers By WBALTV   -   Mar 22, 2019

    BPD LAUNCHES PILOT PROGRAM, FINDING NEW WAYS TO RECRUIT OFFICERS

    The Baltimore City Police Department is trying a new way of recruiting officers.

  • New report released confirming Maryland's traffic congestion is getting worse By WBALTV   -   Mar 21, 2019

    NEW REPORT RELEASED CONFIRMING MARYLAND'S TRAFFIC CONGESTION IS GETTING WORSE

    A new report released Thursday confirms what most commuters already know, traffic congestion affects Maryland resident's quality of...

  • Wind, scattered showers expected for Friday By WBALTV   -   Mar 21, 2019

    WIND, SCATTERED SHOWERS EXPECTED FOR FRIDAY

    Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer says scattered showers expected Friday. Some areas could see snow showers as well.

  • An outside firm will review all business relationships of UMMS board members By WBALTV   -   Mar 21, 2019

    AN OUTSIDE FIRM WILL REVIEW ALL BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS OF UMMS BOARD MEMBERS

    An outside firm is being hired to review the business relationships between board members and the University of Maryland Medical System....

  • Terps beat Belmont in first round of NCAA Tournament By WBALTV   -   Mar 21, 2019

    TERPS BEAT BELMONT IN FIRST ROUND OF NCAA TOURNAMENT

    The University of Maryland Terrapins beat the Belmont Bruins Thursday afternoon in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.