Flooding Victims Given 5-Days To Access Homes, Businesses It's been nearly three weeks since the deadly flooding in Ellicott City. The rising waters claimed two lives and left historic Main Street in ruin.
Back To School Safety: Students, Drivers Reminded to 'Look Up & Look Out'With the start of school just days away, State Highway Administration has teamed up with Baltimore County Schools for some important reminders for kids and drivers.
La. Governor: Unprecedented Flooding 'Not Over'Robert and Gwen Arceneaux endured a sleepless night Sunday after noticing floodwater creeping into their home -- in a neighborhood that had never seen water before.
Federal Agency Approves Disaster Aid for Flooded Ellicott CityHoward County Executive Kittleman says the U.S. Small Business Administration has approved the governor's request for a disaster declaration for flood-ravaged Ellicott City.
Woman Says She Was Carjacked Twice By The Same ManA Vallejo woman has been the victim of the same car thief, not once, but twice this week.
'A Grumpy Bear... Grrrr, Grrrr:' Family Finds Bear Trapped In CarThe Meurer family got quite a surprise when they went to get in the family car. There was a bear trapped inside.
Crooks Using Bluetooth To Steal At Gas PumpsThe most obviously way drivers can fight back against the new Bluetooth skimmers is to stop using plastic and stay away from the outside kiosks when buying gas.
Ellicott City Business Owners Making Strides After FloodingOn Sunday, for the first time residents and business owners were allowed to return to Main Street in Ellicott City long enough to clean up.
Week After Deadly Flooding Ellicott City Community Remains ResilientThe residents of Ellicott City continue to pick up the pieces one week after a thousand-year storm dropped six inches of rain on the Maryland community.
Ellicott City Residents Allowed To Return To Homes On SundayOn Sunday, officials are allowing Ellicott City residents, business owners and property owners to return to their properties to clean up trash and debris.
Slow Progress In Ellicott City, Days After Historic FloodingTwo people were killed in Saturday night's flooding. Now the community is coming together to help the dozens and dozens of people impacted.
911 Calls From Ellicott City Flooding ReleasedThe 911 calls from Saturday night, when Ellicott City experience historic and deadly flooding, have been released by the county government.

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