Traffic fatalities in Maryland have dropped to a 52-year low.
Traffic fatalities may no longer be on the decline.
There may be another reason now to shed extra weight.
Twelve people died in fires in Baltimore in 2012, and city officials say that’s the lowest number of fire fatalities on record.
A 26-year-old man is dead after a shooting in Cherry Hill on Sunday.
A young mother is dead and her infant child injured after a suspect fleeing police crashed into her car. Now we’re learning more about that suspect behind the wheel.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says traffic crash fatalities in Maryland dropped 10 percent last year.
The National Transportation Safety Board has released interviews, pictures and other information from its investigations of three Metro accidents, including one in which two workers were killed when a maintenance truck backed into them in January 2010.
Maryland has been named one of the worst states for pedestrian fatalities.
Three adults and three children are dead after fast-moving flames ravaged their rowhouse.