Fatalities on our state’s waterways are rising. So far this summer, we have already surpassed last year’s deaths by five.
You’ve heard the warnings about texting and driving, but a new federal report shows walking while using your cell phone can be just as deadly.
A riskier commute. American drivers are seeing a spike in accidents.
Summer danger. We’re in the middle of what AAA Mid-Atlantic calls the “100 Deadliest Days…” a stretch between Memorial Day and Labor Day that sparks an increase in fatal accidents involving teenage drivers.
Keeping the roads safe. Bike safety has been getting a lot of attention in recent months.
Officials in Anne Arundel County say a car crashed through the front door of a house in Crofton and the driver couldn’t be found.
Deadly crashes between cars and bikes are happening in Maryland at an alarming rate. WJZ investigates this deadly trend and what’s behind it.
Right now, many are dealing with the aftermath of a flash freeze that paralyzed parts of Maryland Sunday morning.
Drivers: use caution. Icy road conditions are possible overnight Sunday into Monday.
Sheets of ice covered city and county streets, causing several wrecks, pileups and at least one fatality. The National Weather Service issued the warning after cars were already on the roads.
More than 142 accidents were reported in Anne Arundel County Tuesday morning, including some involving teens headed to school.
Icy conditions caused eight separate car crashes on Interstate 68 in western Maryland.