• Kyrsten Sinema declared winner in close Arizona US Senate race By WBALTV   -   Nov 13, 2018

    KYRSTEN SINEMA DECLARED WINNER IN CLOSE ARIZONA US SENATE RACE

    Democratic U.S. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema will become the first woman to serve in the U.S. Senate from Arizona, succeeding Republican Sen....

    U.S., Democrats, Republicans, Running
  • Ellicott City merchants uncertain about future after election By WBALTV   -   Nov 12, 2018

    ELLICOTT CITY MERCHANTS UNCERTAIN ABOUT FUTURE AFTER ELECTION

    Merchants and business owners on Main Street in Ellicott City have many questions about their future with the election of Calvin Ball...

    Election
  • School board to vote on whether to close Banneker Blake Academy By WBALTV   -   Nov 12, 2018

    SCHOOL BOARD TO VOTE ON WHETHER TO CLOSE BANNEKER BLAKE ACADEMY

    Baltimore City Public Schools wants to close a charter school that caters to African-American boys, the 11 News I-Team has learned.

  • Uber says it's one step closer to delivering data on sexual assaults By WBALTV   -   Nov 12, 2018

    UBER SAYS IT'S ONE STEP CLOSER TO DELIVERING DATA ON SEXUAL ASSAULTS

    An Uber spokesperson said they haven't determined what data will be released in the report, but confirmed it will include "more serious...

  • Pope's directive derails U.S. bishops' plans to address church sex abuse crisis By WBALTV   -   Nov 12, 2018

    POPE'S DIRECTIVE DERAILS U.S. BISHOPS' PLANS TO ADDRESS CHURCH SEX ABUSE CRISIS

    American Catholic bishops are holding a high-level meeting this week in Baltimore in an event that was supposed to break ground on...

    U.S.
  • Snow, sleet mix in 7-day forecast By WBALTV   -   Nov 12, 2018

    SNOW, SLEET MIX IN 7-DAY FORECAST

    Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer says the first snowfall of the season could come this week, but the ground is warm, so don't expect...

  • Childhood trauma can impact more than child's mental health for lifetime By WBALTV   -   Nov 12, 2018

    CHILDHOOD TRAUMA CAN IMPACT MORE THAN CHILD'S MENTAL HEALTH FOR LIFETIME

    Childhood trauma is common in some Baltimore neighborhoods, and it can impact more than just a child's mental health.

    Health
  • 'I was losing meat off my leg': Man details horrific close call with flesh-eating bacteria By WBALTV   -   Nov 12, 2018

    'I WAS LOSING MEAT OFF MY LEG': MAN DETAILS HORRIFIC CLOSE CALL WITH FLESH-EATING BACTERIA

    "My skin was being washed away...Not like a sunburn, like enough for me to know something was majorly wrong."

  • Be aware for other cancers when regrowing basal cell carcinoma is present By WBALTV   -   Nov 12, 2018

    BE AWARE FOR OTHER CANCERS WHEN REGROWING BASAL CELL CARCINOMA IS PRESENT

    A new study suggests a possible relationship between frequent skin cancer episodes and other cancers.

  • College fitness instructor fatally beaten in Baltimore By WBALTV   -   Nov 12, 2018

    COLLEGE FITNESS INSTRUCTOR FATALLY BEATEN IN BALTIMORE

    Baltimore police are searching for whoever is responsible for the killing of a Carroll Community College employee.

  • Reviews: Bohemian Rhapsody, The Grinch, Overlord, Outlaw King By WBALTV   -   Nov 12, 2018

    REVIEWS: BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY, THE GRINCH, OVERLORD, OUTLAW KING

    DC Film Girl Lauren Veneziani reviews Bohemian Rhapsody, The Grinch, Overlord and Outlaw King.

  • Celebrate the good times with An Evening with the '83 Orioles By WBALTV   -   Nov 12, 2018

    CELEBRATE THE GOOD TIMES WITH AN EVENING WITH THE '83 ORIOLES

    Celebrate the Orioles' good times with An Evening with the '83 Orioles, celebrating the 35th anniversary of the O's World Series win....

    World, Sport
  • 11 Fitness: How to avoid the holiday weight gain By WBALTV   -   Nov 12, 2018

    11 FITNESS: HOW TO AVOID THE HOLIDAY WEIGHT GAIN

    Celebrity fitness trainer Monte Sanders talks about ways to stay fit with the holiday season coming.

  • When are periods more uncomfortable than they should be? By WBALTV   -   Nov 12, 2018

    WHEN ARE PERIODS MORE UNCOMFORTABLE THAN THEY SHOULD BE?

    Mercy Medical Center's Dr. Kevin Audlin says dysmenorrhea can be caused by a number of things.

  • Pet Questions: Does cancer diet help treat the disease? By WBALTV   -   Nov 12, 2018

    PET QUESTIONS: DOES CANCER DIET HELP TREAT THE DISEASE?

    Dr. Kim Hammond from the Falls Road Animal Hospital answers your pet questions, including whether diet helps treat cancer.

  • Officer suffers medical emergency at Eastern Technical High School, police say By WBALTV   -   Nov 12, 2018

    OFFICER SUFFERS MEDICAL EMERGENCY AT EASTERN TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL, POLICE SAY

    Baltimore County police are at Eastern Technical High School in Essex for some type of medical emergency involving a school resource...

  • Baltimore County police officer involved in crash in Middle River By WBALTV   -   Nov 12, 2018

    BALTIMORE COUNTY POLICE OFFICER INVOLVED IN CRASH IN MIDDLE RIVER

    A Baltimore County police officer was involved in a collision Monday in Middle River.

  • Not all heroes wear capes: More than $100K raised for homeless man who thwarted police attack By WBALTV   -   Nov 12, 2018

    NOT ALL HEROES WEAR CAPES: MORE THAN $100K RAISED FOR HOMELESS MAN WHO THWARTED POLICE ATTACK

    The man known as "Trolleyman" was soon identified by local media as Michael Rogers, a homeless man whose phone was destroyed in the...

  • Rain moves in to Maryland tonight By WBALTV   -   Nov 12, 2018

    RAIN MOVES IN TO MARYLAND TONIGHT

    Meteorologist Taylor Grenda shows when the rain will move in tonight in Maryland and how long it will last.

  • Navy veteran shares how service dog has changed life completely By WBALTV   -   Nov 12, 2018

    NAVY VETERAN SHARES HOW SERVICE DOG HAS CHANGED LIFE COMPLETELY

    Leaving the house is something that is part of Melanie Monts de Oca's everyday routine, but as simple as it sounds, there was a time...