Mystery illness. Several Baltimore County elementary schoolers were rushed from the classroom to the hospital. Emergency crews are now investigating what happened to them.
A police officer on patrol found a dead body in a black Chevy Blazer.
Health officials say a hot water heater is to blame for sickening workers at an office complex last Tuesday and again on Monday.
Twelve people were sickened at Johns Hopkins at Keswick on Monday afternoon. They experienced similar symptoms to last week’s hazmat incident.
A mysterious illness spreads through a Johns Hopkins facility, sending more than a dozen employees to the hospital.
A chemical spill at an Essex haunted house has sent six visitors to the hospital.
A Hazmat scare led to major back-ups on the Bay Bridge Tuesday. A tanker truck leaking propane caused officials to shut down both sides of the bridge for nearly two hours.
An 8,000-gallon tanker truck overturned on I-95 North along the Millard E. Tydings Memorial Bridge. It leaked a significant amount of diesel fuel on the highway.
Hazmat crews descended on a Parkville home when dangerous chemicals were found inside. The situation was so volatile, neighbors were forced to evacuate.
The Flying Dog Brewery in Frederick is resuming operations after an ammonia spill.
Baltimore fire and emergency management officials want to share more data about the hazardous materials they might find at the scene of an emergency, but the city’s tight budget will make that a challenge.
Baltimore County police say the tank leak in White Marsh is an act of vandalism.