College move-in day turns into a terrifying experience. Four Johns Hopkins students are targeted by armed robbers.Police say those thieves were after one specific item.
Stolen by force! Baltimore City police say cell phones are becoming the item to steal on city streets.
Ocean City Police say officers found three stolen cell phones after the owners tracked the devices and one of them was heard ringing in a suspect’s pocket.
Smart phones can do almost anything. Police are hoping that more of them will help find missing children.
Maryland State Police say Amber alerts are now being sent to all cell phones designed to receive wireless emergency alerts.
In Annapolis, there’s a new push to restrict what drivers can and can’t do with their cell phones behind the wheel.
Cell phones in bras: It’s where some women tuck them, if they don’t have pockets or a purse.
Zeroing in on distracted driving. The nation’s transportation chief calls it an epidemic that needs to be stopped. And it’s not just texting he’s worried about. It’s all cell phone use behind the wheel.
The nationwide problem of texting and driving had gotten so bad that Maryland passed a law forbidding it. An insurance agent wants to make that point to teenagers.
Starting in May, if you have a cell phone, odds are good you’ll get early warnings of dangerous weather.
George Washington University students will be collecting used cell phones and other portable electronic devices at 15 Metro stations during the morning rush hour.
Getting contraband cell phones out of prisons. That’s the goal of a new pilot program launching next month in Maryland.