MDTA Officer Accused Of Shooting, Killing Federally Protected Birds While BoatingA Maryland Transportation officer has had his police powers suspended after being accused of shooting and killing federally protected birds while on a boat near the Key Bridge.
FBI: Utah Man Says He Killed Wife Because She Laughed At HimA Utah man killed his wife aboard an Alaska cruise and told an acquaintance who later walked into the couple's blood-splattered room that he did it because she laughed at him, the FBI said in documents released Thursday.
First US Cruise In Decades Arrives In HavanaThe first U.S. cruise ship in nearly 40 years crossed the Florida Straits from Miami and docked in Havana on Monday, restarting commercial travel on waters that served as a stage for a half-century of Cold War hostility.
Maryland Officials Airlift Cruise Ship Passenger To HospitalThe Maryland State Police says one of their helicopter crews has airlifted a cruise ship passenger from a ship in the Chesapeake Bay to a Maryland hospital.
BWI Marshall, WTMD Showcase Local BandsBWI Marshall has teamed up with WTMD Radio to showcase local musicians on the last Friday of each month.
Carnival Upgrades Ship, Plans More TripsMore choices to cruise. That's what Carnival says customers will have now that the cruise line is adding more trips to its lineup---but only after a multi-million dollar upgrade to the ship that services Baltimore.
Cruise Industry Under Fire As Lawmakers Debate Stronger RegulationsThe American cruise industry is under fire now. Victims of cruise ship nightmares headed to Capitol Hill to push for stronger passenger protections.
Float 300 Feet Above The Ocean In A Giant Glass PodRoyal Caribbean is set to launch a new series of "Quantum" class cruise ships in 2015 that will feature many new amenities, including an unrivaled view of the horizon.
Cruise Line Officials Address Recent Health And Safety IssuesFrom fires to power outages to rapidly spreading illnesses, it's been tough sailing for the cruise industry these last few years.
Baltimore-Based Cruise Ship Back At Sea After Possible Norovirus OutbreakBack at sea. The Grandeur of the Seas has departed after travelers waited several hours for the ship to be decontaminated. Hundreds of passengers on the previous cruise became severely ill.
Possible Norovirus Reported On Board Baltimore-Based Cruise ShipCruise passengers on the Baltimore-based Grandeur of the Seas get more than they bargain for on their Bahamas vacation. More than 100 people get sick, and the cruise line believes the dreaded norovirus is to blame.
Officials Work To Make Cruise Ships SaferSafety officials are cracking down on cruise ships. After a series of high-profile incidents, US transportation officials say they want answers about safety measures on board.

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