Airport authorities say passengers were offloaded from a US Airways flight from Washington to New York after an engine warning light came on, but no one was injured.
By the end of this weekend, three of Baltimore’s fire companies will shut down for good. The companies are disbanding in a cost-cutting move by the city and that’s raising alarm for people who live nearby.
Maryland officials have set up a telephone line for visitors to Baltimore’s Sailabration events who get separated from their family and friends.
Montgomery County officials say a young girl has been critically injured after falling from a window and onto a deck in Rockville.
A pilot on his way home to Maine made an emergency landing in a Maryland field when his small plane ran out of gas.
An unusually early and powerful nor’easter dumped wet, heavy snow Saturday from the mid-Atlantic to New England. Three deaths are attributed to the storm.
Gov. Martin O’Malley is attending an event with Vice President Joe Biden and other federal officials on deploying a national public safety broadband network to improve communications for emergency responders.
Getting in touch with loved ones during an emergency is a priority, but it’s not always easy for police to know how.
The Maryland State Police helicopter is relocating from Salisbury to the Ocean City Airport for weekends during the summer.
Annapolis emergency officials say floodwaters are receding, but still causing minor detours around the City Dock area.
Several Southwest Airlines planes are going back in service after a major malfunction prompted emergency inspections.
A Metro report says that some water pipes needed in emergencies to put out fires in the system’s tunnels weren’t designed to carry adequate water pressure.