Eight white hearses carried a Maryland family to their funeral Saturday at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, each hearse with a picture of a family member staring out from a window.
A family of eight is found dead inside their Eastern Shore home — seven of them were children.
It is colorless, odorless and potentially deadly. A Baltimore family knows the dangerous of carbon monoxide firsthand. Six people, including a baby, were rushed to the hospital.
Montgomery County fire officials say two people were taken to an area hospital after being exposed to high levels of carbon monoxide inside their Takoma Park home.
City police and firefighters were called to the 600 block of N. Carrollton Avenue for reports of a carbon monoxide leak.
Days after carbon monoxide sickened guests and workers at a hotel near BWI, attorneys filed a class action lawsuit in the case.
Nine people hospitalized after being exposed to dangerous levels of carbon monoxide at the Westin BWI Hotel are back home. Now the hotel is under heavy fire by lawmakers and attorneys.
Dozens are evacuated from a hotel near BWI after elevated carbon monoxide levels are detected.
Two people were hospitalized after a carbon monoxide incident at their home on Linganore Road.
Three people are rushed to the hospital after being sickened by carbon monoxide in Baltimore County.
Police say one man died of apparent carbon monoxide poisoning and a second man was hospitalized in critical condition after the men were painting in a fume-filled Cumberland home.
Customers are shopping again at an Anne Arundel County Walmart after the store shut down for hours.