Motorists in Maryland are paying 11 cents less at the pump when compared with a week ago.
These frigid temperatures are not only dangerous for the human body, they’re also causing problems for drivers on the road.
Howard County Police are under fire Friday with officers accused of pulling over motorists simply to meet their quotas.
Now that kids are back in school after the holiday break, bus drivers report more motorists ignoring their stop signs and flashing lights.
Sheriff Craig Robertson hopes an amendment to state law will help police tackle the panhandling problem in the area. Robertson is asking Allegany County commissioners to get behind a request to the local delegation to take action.
The head of the nation’s emergency response agency says people shouldn’t underestimate the danger once Hurricane Irene passes.
Maryland State Police says troopers will be looking out for stranded motorists as a heat wave blankets the area.
Motorists are being advised that a reconstruction project on New York Avenue could impact commuting times in and out of Washington.