Saturday, January 14, 2017Baltimore Restaurant Week and Maryland Pride license plates.
Police Recover Loaded Gun, 200 Prescription Pills During I-95 Traffic StopPolice recover a gun and pills following a traffic stop on I-95 on Wednesday.
Woman Fends Off Knife-Wielding Man With Broom Handle, MDTA SaysThe Maryland Transportation Authority Police say they apprehended a knife-wielding man attempting to assault a woman on Wednesday.
Maryland Tolls Going Down, But Gas Tax Going UpDriving in Maryland just got cheaper. For the first time in 50 years, tolls are going down. The reductions---announced by Governor Larry Hogan last month---took effect Wednesday.
Next Phase Of I-95 Construction Begins, Expect Major DelaysMajor roadwork and major headaches for drivers on I-95. The next phase of a $64 million project gets underway.
Marylanders To See Reduced Tolls Starting July 1This summer, expect your travel budget to be cut. Governor Larry Hogan is reducing tolls across the state, beginning July 1.
Delays Expected During Orioles Opening Day TravelThe Orioles home opener is one day away and highway officials are advising motorists to experience higher than normal traffic on I-95/I-395.
State Police Crack Down On Distracted DriversApril is Distracted Driving Awareness Month and Maryland State Police will be increasing patrols.
MdTA Police Honor Top CopsMdTA police are honoring those who have distinguished themselves during 2014.
Major Effort Underway To Make Md. Roadways Safe AgainWinter won’t loosen its grip. What started as rain quickly turned to snow, slamming Maryland with 6 to 10 inches in 12 hours.
MDTA Collecting On Unpaid Toll ViolationsThe Maryland Transportation Authority is sending out friendly reminders. And if you get one, you probably won't like it. MDTA is collecting on unpaid toll violations.
Michael Phelps Responds After DUI ArrestThe Baltimore bullet has been arrested for driving under the influence in Baltimore City early Tuesday morning.