A tow truck operator is killed by a hit-and-run driver. More than two months later, that driver is still on the loose. Now, there’s a new push for information and a $10,000 reward.
A robbery and shooting in the heart of downtown has those working near the University of Maryland campus on edge.
About 30,000 bunk beds have been recalled because of the threat of children becoming entrapped in the bed. Click on the link for more information.
Tired of broken Metro escalators? Bothered by constant rail work and other inconveniences? Metro officials on Thursday unveiled a new information campaign aimed at keeping riders up to speed about an ongoing effort to rebuild the 35-year-old transit system.
Getting in touch with loved ones during an emergency is a priority, but it’s not always easy for police to know how.
The U.S. Park Police are seeking information about a fatal crash earlier this week on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway.
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.
The father of the Army private suspected of giving classified U.S. documents to the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks is breaking his silence to proclaim his son’s innocence and object to his treatment in military custody.
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The family of a slain ex-Pentagon official whose body was found in a Delaware landfill still doesn’t know what happened to him.
The family of a slain ex-Pentagon official whose body was found in a Delaware landfill still doesn’t know what happened to him, and their attempts to get more information from law enforcement have been rebuffed, their attorney said Monday.