Just in case you need proof that most Americans are suffering in this stagnant economy, try this experiment: next time you’re at shopping mall or discount store, take a look at the cars around you. […]
Traveling for the Fourth of July. Hundreds of thousands of Marylanders are getting out of town this weekend but not as many as last year.
This Friday kicks off the start of summer for most of us. This Memorial Day weekend it’s going to feel like most of us are on the road.
Gas prices appear to be declining ahead of the Memorial Day travel weekend for parts of the mid-Atlantic.
People in Baltimore who do a little too much celebrating on Cinco de Mayo can take advantage of a program offering free cab rides.
As state lawmakers approve a bill that bans reading texts while driving, new numbers released by the federal government show teens are still distracted behind the wheel.
On average, more than one week in Maryland, an elderly driver is killed in a car accident. Talking to seniors about their driving can be a tough subject.