New Baltimore Contracts Could Mean Better Cell Phone Service Baltimore residents may soon experience better cell phone reception.
Man Sentenced For Robbing 5 Cell Phone StoresA man who robbed five cell phone stores at gunpoint has been sentenced to 16 years in prison.
Cell Phone Video Captures Police Incident Now Under InvestigationA man is in critical condition following a videotaped encounter with city police. But questions still remain about what happened in the moments after the arrest that put him in the hospital.
10 Most Read News Stories In Baltimore In 2014It's been an interesting year in Baltimore, with some local stories taking the national spotlight, especially with local athletes.
Does Hunching Over Smartphones Hurt Our Spines?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.
AT&T Simulator Shows Teens The Dangers Of Texting Behind The WheelCar crashes are the leading cause of death among teens, and cell phones could be making things worse.
Baltimore-Bound Passenger Charged For Pre-Flight Cell Phone DisputeCleveland 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.
Md. Office of Tourism: Snap & Post Your Star-Spangled Selfies For A PrizePrizes 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?
4 Charged In Armed Robbery At Cell Phone StoreHoward County Police have charged four people with robbing an Ellicott City cell phone store at gunpoint.
Boy, 9, Robbed Of Cell Phone In LaurelPolice say a 9-year-old boy was robbed of a cell phone in Laurel.
Distracted Driving Tickets Skyrocket In Md.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.
Supreme Court Takes On Warrantless Cell Phone SearchesA challenge is underway now in the Supreme Court to the current practice of police searching the contents of cell phones during an arrest.