Opinions are mixed about a new, 150-foot cell phone tower near Eastern Boulevard in Hagerstown.
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.
Behind bars and posting on Facebook? A Baltimore family claims their son’s killer is using social media from prison.
Maryland police agencies have issued thousands of tickets to drivers for using handheld cell phones behind the wheel in the year since a ban took effect.
Maryland public safety officials say they’ll use a $350,000 federal grant to intensify the fight to keep cell phones out of prisons in Baltimore.
Prosecutors say the former boyfriend of a slain Hagerstown woman called her at least 15 times and sent her eight text messages on the day he allegedly killed her.
State police say there’s a new way drunk drivers are getting around their DUI checkpoints. They download detours on their cell phones. Now the state wants to keep the software away from drivers.
Communication has reached new heights, thanks to a partnership between AT&T and a local Catholic church.
Too many Maryland drivers are still talking on handheld cell phones because a ban on using them while driving can only be enforced if they commit another violation, a lawmaker who supports a stronger law said Tuesday.