Where’s Marty? Celebrating 43 seasons of award-winning musical theater with Toby’s Dinner TheaterCalling all “Rocky” fans, you can see a musical theater difference to the boxing classic at Toby’s Dinner Theater in Columbia.
On the menu: make tasty tacos with Felipe’s Mexican taqueria in TowsonJust days away from Cinco de Mayo, we’re celebrating Taco Tuesday with Felipe’s Mexican taqueria in Towson.
Where’s Marty? Toby’s Dinner Theater Tour at ColumbiaIf you’re looking for a date idea, Marty might have what you need. He visited Toby’s Dinner Theater at Columbia in Tuesday’s edition of “Where’s Marty?”
Draft Supreme Court opinion would overturn Roe V. Wade, Politico reportsA leaked draft opinion suggests the U.S. Supreme Court could overturn Roe v. Wade, according to a new Politico report.
Coffee with: The Baltimore Young Families Success FundThe City of Baltimore is now accepting applications from young parents or caregivers for the Baltimore Young Families Success Fund, a pilot program providing guaranteed income of $1,000 per month for more than two years to 200 families.
Baltimore Buzz: Ways to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo and Mother’s DayLooking for a fun way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo? Little Havana Baltimore is throwing a party with live music, food and drink. In addition, Fleurs d’Ave has a special arrangement for Mother’s Day on Sundays.
First-alert meteorologist Meg McNamara has your Tuesday morning forecastFirst-alert meteorologist Meg McNamara has your Tuesday morning forecast
Several buildings destroyed after fire starts in vacant Baltimore storefrontA fire in a vacant Baltimore storefront that destroyed several buildings once again highlights the woes of vacant properties in the city.
Anne Arundel County Public Schools joins lawsuit against Juul LabsAnne Arundel County Public Schools joins several other Maryland school districts in a lawsuit against Juul, a leading vape producer.
Bob Turk has your Monday night forecastBob Turk has your Monday night forecast
Anne Arundel County Public Schools joins dozens of other school districts in suing vaping companyOne of Maryland’s largest school districts is cracking down on vaping company Juul Labs.
3 men injured in trio of shootings in central Baltimore hours apart, police sayThree men were injured in a series of shootings on Sunday within a mile of each other in Baltimore, authorities said.
Suspect in Israeli tourist Efraim Gordon’s death pleads guilty to murderOne of three suspects pleaded guilty Monday in the death of a man visiting Baltimore last spring. The plea comes nearly a year after the date of the murder.
Secret tapes of people found at late music teacher‘s home, Baltimore County police sayA 46-year-old Baltimore County music teacher who died last month is suspected of secretly recording people inside his Pikesville home, authorities said Monday.
Firefighters respond to 4-alarm fire and partial collapse in West BaltimoreSeven buildings were damaged by a four-alarm fire in West Baltimore on Monday afternoon, the Baltimore Fire Department said.
Bleeding Baltimore: Mapping the City’s Violent Crimes and Finding SolutionsBaltimore is on course for one of the city’s deadliest years. What motivates violence and what is being done to stop it?
Arguments in George Huguely’s civil trial are ongoingYeardley Love’s family want convicted killer George Huguely to face civil charges for his murder.
Applications open for Baltimore’s Guaranteed Income Program for Young FamiliesThe City of Baltimore is now accepting applications from young parents or caregivers for the Baltimore Young Families Success Fund, a pilot program providing guaranteed income of $1,000 per month for more than two years to 200 families.
Bob Turk has your Monday night weather forecastBob Turk has your Monday night weather forecast
An outdoor chicken fryer caused a fire in Dundalk that displaced 16 people, officials sayA raging house fire in Dundalk that destroyed four homes and displaced 16 people on Friday was an accidental fire caused by an outdoor chicken fryer, the Baltimore County Fire Department said.
Bleeding Baltimore: Mapping the City’s Violent Crimes and Finding SolutionsAt least 113 people have been killed in Baltimore since the start of 2022, and the city is again on pace with more than 300 homicides.
Baltimore County police are looking for a missing man who may be armedPolice are looking for a 31-year-old Baltimore County man who went missing over the weekend.
WJZ’s Furever Friend: HachiThis week’s WJZ Furever friend is Hachi. Hachi is a 4 year old German Shepherd. She was originally adopted by a family who didn’t know much about the needs of a German Shepherd, so they decided to give her up. Hachi is well-behaved, extremely gentle, and excellent with other dogs and even cats. She loves to play with her ball and is looking for an adopter who has experience with the high energy of German Shepherds. Hachi is now available for adoption through All Shepherd Rescue.
Officers who opened fire on driver who allegedly rammed police car in Dundalk were justified, jury sayFour Baltimore County officers who opened fire on a driver who allegedly rammed a police vehicle at the scene of an arrest in Dundalk last month were justified in their actions, a grand jury heard Monday.