Maryland lawmakers have strengthened distracted driving laws.
State lawmakers are cracking down on drivers who talk on handheld cell phones when they’re behind the wheel.
Lawyers for the Baltimore City Police are accused of harassment and intimidation. It all stems from a lawsuit filed against police by a man who videotaped officers violently arresting a woman at the Preakness.
The Maryland House Judiciary Committee is considering a bill that would allow law enforcement officials to obtain location records from mobile devices without a search warran
Baltimore County Police say a homeowner snapped a picture of a man who allegedly tried to break into his house.
Extra cellphone towers are being installed on the National Mall to handle the heavy use expected from smartphones during the presidential inauguration.
Metro says it has fallen behind on its effort to expand cellphone service throughout the transit system and may not complete the project until 2015.
Maryland has received a federal grant to help fight cell phone use in prisons.
Driving and talking on your cell phone could soon get you pulled over more often in Maryland. Weijia Jiang has more, on efforts to toughen up the laws.
The debate over driving and using a handheld cell phone is alive again, after some state politicians say the current law is too weak.
Maryland lawmakers want to enable police to pull someone over if they are talking on a handheld cell phone while driving.
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