With one heat-related death in the city already this summer, city officials are issuing an important warning to parents.
Large hail and strong winds. Tuesday’s powerful storms are causing major headaches for some car owners.
With temperatures climbing to 90 degrees or higher, AAA Mid-Atlantic wants to remind parents to not leave their children in unattended vehicles, for risk or injury or death.
General Motors and Subaru are adding vehicles to the growing list of models being recalled by 11 automakers due to potentially exploding airbags.
Chrysler, Honda and BMW all added cars to their lists after highway safety officials expanded the Takata airbag recall to 33 million.
You’ve probably heard their commercials on the radio here in Baltimore. It’s all about an organization helping people get back and forth from their jobs.
You saw the unforgettable images live on WJZ during the riots outside of Camden Yards. A Baltimore City teenager accused of smashing the windows of police cars is now out of jail.
This time of year is when police start seeing pets trapped in hot cars–because what feels good to us, can be deadly to them. Between Maryland’s heat and humidity, cars quickly become death-traps for animals with no way out.
If you live where salt is used to clear the roads of snow and ice, U.S. safety regulators have a message for you: Wash the underside of your car.
More than 150 cars were vandalized in Columbia, Howard County police report, when they were spray painted.
This has been a rebound year for the auto industry.
Transportation officials say Maryland has pulled all funding for a proposed double-stack rail facility and ended its agreement with CSX to build a facility in southwest Baltimore.