• Southern Maryland business cashing in on cryptomining boom By WBALTV   -   Feb 24, 2018

    SOUTHERN MARYLAND BUSINESS CASHING IN ON CRYPTOMINING BOOM

    A small southern Maryland business cashing in when it comes to the cryptomining boom.

  • John Leopold announces run for House of Delegates By WBALTV   -   Feb 24, 2018

    JOHN LEOPOLD ANNOUNCES RUN FOR HOUSE OF DELEGATES

    A familiar face is returning to politics. John Leopold is running for a seat in the House of Delegates.

    Running
  • Ethics review of Interim Superintendent Verletta White closed By WBALTV   -   Feb 24, 2018

    ETHICS REVIEW OF INTERIM SUPERINTENDENT VERLETTA WHITE CLOSED

    The ethics review of Baltimore County Interim Superintendent Verletta White is now closed.

  • MLB teams honor slain Florida high school students during spring training By WBALTV   -   Feb 24, 2018

    MLB TEAMS HONOR SLAIN FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS DURING SPRING TRAINING

    Marjory Stoneman Douglas baseball coach Todd Fitz-Gerald and his two sons were guests of the Houston Astros for their spring opener...

    MLB
  • Retired Sgt. Major recounts serving US proudly during segregation By WBALTV   -   Feb 23, 2018

    RETIRED SGT. MAJOR RECOUNTS SERVING US PROUDLY DURING SEGREGATION

    The Maryland 231st Military Truck Battalion put their lives on the line for their country, but they weren't allowed to partake in normal...

  • Warm front to trigger showers By WBALTV   -   Feb 23, 2018

    WARM FRONT TO TRIGGER SHOWERS

    Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer shows how showers roll through again Saturday in Maryland.

  • Maryland at center of nation's gun control debate By WBALTV   -   Feb 23, 2018

    MARYLAND AT CENTER OF NATION'S GUN CONTROL DEBATE

    Maryland was at the center of the nation's gun control debate for a time Friday.

  • Building ice rink for Caps v.s. Maple Leafs game no easy task By WBALTV   -   Feb 23, 2018

    BUILDING ICE RINK FOR CAPS V.S. MAPLE LEAFS GAME NO EASY TASK

    Building an ice rink in a football stadium is no easy task.

  • MTA: Metro on schedule to reopen in March By WBALTV   -   Feb 23, 2018

    MTA: METRO ON SCHEDULE TO REOPEN IN MARCH

    The Maryland Transit Administration told the 11 News I-Team Friday that crews are on schedule to reopen the Baltimore Metro on March...

    Running
  • Bills take aim at how alcohol beverage industry is regulated in Maryland By WBALTV   -   Feb 23, 2018

    BILLS TAKE AIM AT HOW ALCOHOL BEVERAGE INDUSTRY IS REGULATED IN MARYLAND

    A brewing fight over craft beer regulations is coming to a head in Annapolis.

    Industry
  • After woman's friend dies in Parkland shooting, police officers cover her flight to Florida By WBALTV   -   Feb 23, 2018

    AFTER WOMAN'S FRIEND DIES IN PARKLAND SHOOTING, POLICE OFFICERS COVER HER FLIGHT TO FLORIDA

    "What the officers did made my heart full. It was just a selfless act of humanity. We need to see more of that to balance out all the...

    World
  • Reservoir High School among finalists in Seize the Day Challenge competition By WBALTV   -   Feb 23, 2018

    RESERVOIR HIGH SCHOOL AMONG FINALISTS IN SEIZE THE DAY CHALLENGE COMPETITION

    Students at Reservoir High School need help. Some students are finalists in a competition called Seize the Day Challenge. A mad rush...

  • Taylor's day planner shows showers ending this evening By WBALTV   -   Feb 23, 2018

    TAYLOR'S DAY PLANNER SHOWS SHOWERS ENDING THIS EVENING

    Meteorologist Taylor Grenda shows when the rain showers clear out of Maryland on Friday, and how there's more rain to come.

  • Former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates expected to plead guilty in Russia probe By WBALTV   -   Feb 23, 2018

    FORMER TRUMP CAMPAIGN AIDE RICK GATES EXPECTED TO PLEAD GUILTY IN RUSSIA PROBE

    Rick Gates, the longtime associate of President Donald Trump's one-time campaign manager Paul Manafort, is expected to plead guilty...

    Donald Trump
  • Trump reveals latest sanctions against North Korea By WBALTV   -   Feb 23, 2018

    TRUMP REVEALS LATEST SANCTIONS AGAINST NORTH KOREA

    The Trump administration is hitting 56 vessels, shipping companies, and trade businesses with sanctions in the latest bid to turn up...

  • The workout that's most likely to cause an injury By WBALTV   -   Feb 23, 2018

    THE WORKOUT THAT'S MOST LIKELY TO CAUSE AN INJURY

    Make sure you warm up properly!

  • History of the Handsell House By WBALTV   -   Feb 23, 2018

    HISTORY OF THE HANDSELL HOUSE

    This house was a melting pot for English, Native and African culture in the 1800s.

  • 2 Edgewood High School students charged for making false threat By WBALTV   -   Feb 23, 2018

    2 EDGEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS CHARGED FOR MAKING FALSE THREAT

    Two Edgewood High School students were charged after they wrote a threatening message on a desktop in the school, hoping school would...

  • ​​Anne Arundel County Sheriff Ron Bateman wants to secure schools By WBALTV   -   Feb 23, 2018

    ​​ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY SHERIFF RON BATEMAN WANTS TO SECURE SCHOOLS

    Anne Arundel County Sheriff Ron Bateman said it is time to take proactive measures to secure schools and protect children.

  • Special Olympics of Maryland cancels winter games By WBALTV   -   Feb 23, 2018

    SPECIAL OLYMPICS OF MARYLAND CANCELS WINTER GAMES

    The Special Olympics Maryland has canceled its winter games.

    Olympics