Group Leads Training For Disability ResponseA Maryland group is leading a training session for first responders to help them better interact with people who are developmentally disabled.
Those First On Scene Of Amtrak Derailment Share Their ExperienceAll public safety resources in Philadelphia--police fire, medical and civilian--were called to action.
Marylanders Honor Fallen Heroes, Including James Bethea, On May 1May 1 will mark the thirtieth year Maryland has remembered Fallen Heroes Day, a tribute to the first responders who died in the line of duty.
Local First Responders Prepare As Ebola Fears Spread Across U.S.Ebola fears in the United States have put first responders on alert.
9/11 Victims Honored At The Inner HarborThis morning first responders from New York and Baltimore are marching together from the visitors center to the historic stratford at Fort McHenry to honor those who lost their lives on this day 13 years ago.
Eastern Shore Now Connected To Md. Radio SystemPreparing for the worst using the best technology. First responders throughout the Eastern Shore can now communicate through one secure system. Friday, Governor Martin O'Malley put it to the test.
Inner Harbor Training Exercises Help First Responders Prepare For DisasterDozens of first responders and rescue boats converged on the Inner Harbor Wednesday morning in a first-of-its-kind training exercise. The drill was designed to prepare rescue crews on how to respond to not just a small boating accident, but a major catastrophe.
Remembering First Responders Who Lost Their LivesLost in the line of duty. Maryland has set aside this day to honor fallen heroes.
Woman Tracks Down, Thanks Firefighters 3 Years After Near Fatal AccidentIt's never too late to say thank you. That's what an Anne Arundel County woman is saying to fire and rescue crews at Fire Station 29 in Jessup.
Baltimore Paramedics Heading To New Jersey To Help Relief EffortsEmergency workers in New York and New Jersey are asking for help from fellow first responders. One special medic team from Baltimore is on the way.
NTSB Seeks Safety Improvements As Victims' Families Mark Metro Crash AnniversaryNine dead, eighty injured. Three years ago today, the worst accident in Washington D.C. Metro history happened.
O'Malley Makes First Call On New Radio SystemCan you hear me now? It's a line from a commercial, but a version of it was put into use Tuesday as the state of Maryland unveiled a multi-million dollar communication system for emergency responders.