It’s a growing problem in Maryland and across the country. Drivers who get on the road going the wrong way causing horrendous head-on car crashes. WJZ investigates a problem so bad the National Transportation Safety Board is taking action.
A spike in motorcycle crashes. Deadly accidents are way up in Maryland, and the state’s launching a major effort to stop the trend.
Winter weather wreaked havoc on drivers across the state early Tuesday morning. Now we’re tracking another storm heading our way.
Maryland State Police say a Christmas Eve snowfall across much of northern and central Maryland is making driving conditions hazardous.
For one emergency room doctor, at least five percent of the injuries he sees are related to do-it-yourself projects.
Authorities say two law enforcement officers were injured in separate crashes in Anne Arundel County.
Westminster is putting a stop to most of their red light cameras. Police say they may have been causing more accidents than they were preventing.
The death toll blamed on storms and the ensuing blackout across the eastern U.S. is now at 26 after two accidents in Virginia.
Another evening rush hour is underway with one lane closed on the JFX.
A state trooper is hit by a car while writing a ticket along I-83 and that car just kept driving. The man behind the wheel faces a slew of charges.
If you’re struggling to get the chill out of your bones, you’re not alone. Over the past 24 hours, “Old Man Winter” has made his presence felt in a big way.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office says a school bus is among the vehicles involved in accidents on snow-covered roadways in western Maryland.