Baltimore bakes amid the first heat wave of the season. The heat index climbed to 100 degrees Wednesday, and people struggled to keep cool.
The way one Maryland county handles 911 calls is getting an upgrade. Frederick County is the first in Maryland to let people text 911.
Safety concerns continue to be a high priority at the Mall in Columbia. On Saturday, a training session took place that brought to mind the significance of effective emergency response.
District of Columbia officials have declared a snow emergency will go into effect early Monday. That means cars parked on snow emergency routes will be ticketed and towed.
Full-service emergency helicopter service has come to the Lower Shore.
A Howard County man is dead after suffering a medical emergency during a traffic stop.
Every day 911 dispatchers send rescuers into life or death situations. Those who go to the scene will tell you the sooner they arrive, the better it is for the patient.
Prince George’s Hospital Center is using emergency generators and only accepting emergency walk-in patients after a fire in the hospital’s power plant.
Garrett County’s emergency management chief says technical difficulties are delaying completion of a new command center 10 months after Superstorm Sandy exposed problems with the county’s emergency response.
Maryland State Police say a small plane made an emergency landing in St. Mary’s County, but the two people aboard had only minor injuries.
The family of a Baltimore man who died in police custody speaks out. Meanwhile, police say the officers involved are still on active duty despite an internal investigation.
More than 100 volunteer actors will participate in a simulated aircraft accident at Dulles International Airport outside Washington.