• BSO CEO responds to questions about handling of sexual harassment claims By WBALTV   -   Sep 18, 2018

    BSO CEO RESPONDS TO QUESTIONS ABOUT HANDLING OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT CLAIMS

    The CEO of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra responded Tuesday to questions about the handling of a claim of sexual harassment.

  • 2 Ellicott City homeowners feel reneged of county's promise to purchase their homes By WBALTV   -   Sep 18, 2018

    2 ELLICOTT CITY HOMEOWNERS FEEL RENEGED OF COUNTY'S PROMISE TO PURCHASE THEIR HOMES

    They expected a buyout, but now, two Ellicott City residents believe Howard County reneged on an offer to purchase their properties...

  • 8 ingredients that are banned around the world By WBALTV   -   Sep 18, 2018

    8 INGREDIENTS THAT ARE BANNED AROUND THE WORLD

    You'll want to check the labels for some of these.

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  • Strong winds rip roof off stable with horses inside By WBALTV   -   Sep 18, 2018

    STRONG WINDS RIP ROOF OFF STABLE WITH HORSES INSIDE

    In Cecil County, a roof was ripped off a stable with horses inside during a Monday storm.

  • Maryland students can soon receive flu shot in school By WBALTV   -   Sep 18, 2018

    MARYLAND STUDENTS CAN SOON RECEIVE FLU SHOT IN SCHOOL

    Flu shots for Maryland public school students may soon be as close as a walk to the nurse's office.

  • Man sought in Dundalk double homicide arrested in Louisiana By WBALTV   -   Sep 18, 2018

    MAN SOUGHT IN DUNDALK DOUBLE HOMICIDE ARRESTED IN LOUISIANA

    A man sought in connection with a fatal double shooting in Dundalk last month was arrested in Louisiana, Baltimore County police said.

  • Police search for girl who is bipolar, needs medication By WBALTV   -   Sep 18, 2018

    POLICE SEARCH FOR GIRL WHO IS BIPOLAR, NEEDS MEDICATION

    Baltimore County police are asking for the public's help to find a missing 16-year-old girl who is bipolar and doesn't have her medication.

  • Chance for showers continues until tonight By WBALTV   -   Sep 18, 2018

    CHANCE FOR SHOWERS CONTINUES UNTIL TONIGHT

    Meteorologist Tony Pann shows how the rain will clear of the cost Tuesday night.

  • What to do when your garden develops mold By WBALTV   -   Sep 18, 2018

    WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR GARDEN DEVELOPS MOLD

    Carrie Engel answers your plant questions, including what to do when your herb garden develops mold.

  • Cast of 'This Is Us' just released audition tapes that landed them their dream jobs By WBALTV   -   Sep 18, 2018

    CAST OF 'THIS IS US' JUST RELEASED AUDITION TAPES THAT LANDED THEM THEIR DREAM JOBS

    Mandy Moore even turned on the waterworks!

  • Authorities search for teen last seen at Urbana school Monday By WBALTV   -   Sep 18, 2018

    AUTHORITIES SEARCH FOR TEEN LAST SEEN AT URBANA SCHOOL MONDAY

    The Frederick County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help to find a 17-year-old boy.

  • Bundles of marijuana mysteriously wash ashore along Florida's Atlantic coast By WBALTV   -   Sep 18, 2018

    BUNDLES OF MARIJUANA MYSTERIOUSLY WASH ASHORE ALONG FLORIDA'S ATLANTIC COAST

    Deputies in Flagler County said a woman took some of the marijuana that washed ashore last week and now they cannot find her.

  • 1 dead after tornado rips through Virginia By WBALTV   -   Sep 18, 2018

    1 DEAD AFTER TORNADO RIPS THROUGH VIRGINIA

    One person died during a severe weather outbreak Monday afternoon in Virginia.

  • Best reactions to surprise Emmys proposal By WBALTV   -   Sep 18, 2018

    BEST REACTIONS TO SURPRISE EMMYS PROPOSAL

    Is that a tear in Claire Foy's eye?

  • Police: Man rubbed produce on bare behind, put it back By WBALTV   -   Sep 18, 2018

    POLICE: MAN RUBBED PRODUCE ON BARE BEHIND, PUT IT BACK

    A man is accused of rubbing his bare behind on produce at a grocery store in northern Virginia before putting the items back on display.

  • Flash flood watch in effect through Tuesday afternoon By WBALTV   -   Sep 18, 2018

    FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT THROUGH TUESDAY AFTERNOON

    The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for much of central Maryland through Tuesday afternoon.

  • More storms, heavy downpours this afternoon By WBALTV   -   Sep 18, 2018

    MORE STORMS, HEAVY DOWNPOURS THIS AFTERNOON

    Meteorologist Ava Marie says we could see more showers and thunderstorms from the remnants of Florence Tuesday afternoon.

  • Poll: Marylanders weigh in on Governor Hogan, opponent's ideas By WBALTV   -   Sep 18, 2018

    POLL: MARYLANDERS WEIGH IN ON GOVERNOR HOGAN, OPPONENT'S IDEAS

    A new Goucher Poll covers Governor Hogan's approval and opinions on a number of topics

  • Top oboist files discrimination claim against Baltimore Symphony Orchestra By WBALTV   -   Sep 18, 2018

    TOP OBOIST FILES DISCRIMINATION CLAIM AGAINST BALTIMORE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

    The I-team has learned a top musician has filed a discrimination complaint against the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

  • Girl battling leukemia receives messages from Tom Hanks, Toby Keith, the Trumps By WBALTV   -   Sep 17, 2018

    GIRL BATTLING LEUKEMIA RECEIVES MESSAGES FROM TOM HANKS, TOBY KEITH, THE TRUMPS

    An Oklahoma girl battling leukemia made it known in early August that the one thing she wanted for her 13th birthday was postcards.