Old technology has given way to new technology at BWI Airport.
Trees down, power outages and fires sparked by lightning. Wednesday night’s storms packed a powerful punch.
It was a rainy day Marylanders aren’t soon to forget.
The state is on track with a goal to double the number of passengers on its buses and rail lines. The Transit Administration says it’s expanding a sunrise service, an early-morning, weekend bus line to and from BWI Thurgood Marshall.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded more than $11 million in grants for runway improvements at BWI Airport.
New warnings about a deadly virus. Federal health officials are posting an advisory at the nation’s largest airports about the MERS virus. The deadly illness has no vaccine, no cure and kills about a third of those infected.
Next time you fly Southwest, you can pack a little lighter.
A missing New Jersey man was last seen renting a car at BWI-Marshall Airport. That car was found abandoned in Calvert County.
Disaster drill. Airports across the country are required to stage mock emergencies just in case the real thing strikes. This weekend, BWI Thurgood Marshall conducted its large-scale simulation.
Record-breaking rainfall overflowed creeks and streams, causing flooding throughout the mid-Atlantic region.
A few days after a man brought a loaded gun to BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport, the TSA holds a safety demonstration to explain the do’s and don’t’s when it comes to traveling with a firearm.
Management at BWI Thurgood Marshall encourages the company that operates the bars and restaurants there to reflect the flavor of the Chesapeake. Now, one bar at the airport has gained national attention.