Tragedy on the Beltway. A day of routine roadwork turns deadly when a car suddenly veers off I-695, striking two state highway workers.
A Fort Washington man has been convicted of two counts of vehicular manslaughter for killing two workers who were collecting trash on a median in Waldorf.
The drive to and from work may soon get easier for commuters along I-95, but it comes at a cost. Express lanes are going in just northeast of the city.
Signs designating a highway in Gadsden as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Parkway are set to be unveiled next month. And a late Baltimore Civil Rights leader will be among those honored.
A massive pileup kills a woman and sends her two young children to the hospital during the evening rush.
A Maryland state highway worker is struck and killed on the job–something that tragically happens too often on area roads.
A limo catches fire along I-83, leaving several people standing on the side of the highway.
Authorities say the northbound lanes of Interstate 95 were closed in Laurel after a person fell or jumped from a highway overpass.
A private developer may step in to help build a new interchange on Interstate 70 east of Frederick.
Bill Hubbard of Ferndale was driving home from work when he noticed the beautiful scenery he had become accustomed to was missing. Off to the sides of Route 100, it was completely leveled off. Everything was gone.
A winter storm is making highways hazardous for afternoon commuters.
Connecticut State Police say an 83-year-old Maryland man fell 35 feet off an elevated highway and died while trying to help a driver whose SUV had rolled over.