It’s been an interesting year in Baltimore, with some local stories taking the national spotlight, especially with local athletes.
According to one study, people spend an average of 2-4 hours a day hunched over their smartphones, which puts a lot of stress on the spine.
Car crashes are the leading cause of death among teens, and cell phones could be making things worse.
Cleveland authorities say a Maryland traveler who refused to turn off his cellphone and fought with flight attendants as a plane taxied for takeoff has been jailed and charged with aggravated disorderly conduct.
Prizes for you pictures. If you own a cell phone, chances are you have taken a selfie or two, but how about getting rewards for your pics?
Howard County Police have charged four people with robbing an Ellicott City cell phone store at gunpoint.
Police say a 9-year-old boy was robbed of a cell phone in Laurel.
Marylanders are getting nailed for distracted driving at an alarming rate. Across the state, police are catching more drivers on the phone behind the wheel.
A challenge is underway now in the Supreme Court to the current practice of police searching the contents of cell phones during an arrest.
A heartbroken Maryland mother pushes for change in Annapolis. Three years after losing her young son to a texting-related crash, she made an emotional appeal to toughen up Maryland’s distracted driving laws.
Nationwide, one out of every 10 deadly accidents involve distracted drivers. Now, a new study released this week finds that teens — and not their parents — and turning off their cell phones while driving.
Two teens have been charged in connection to an armed cell phone robbery in Glen Burnie.