Agency: Basic Telephone Service Shouldn't Be AbandonedMaryland Public Service Commission staff members say basic telephone service shouldn't be abandoned as the telecommunications industry prepares to switch phone service away from traditional copper landlines.
Baltimore City 911 Center Experiences Delays Answering Calls; System Now FixedMajor issues with the city's 911 call center. Officials were experiencing delays answering emergency calls.
Annapolis High School Students Speak Out About Cyberbullying IncidentA vicious cyberbullying case in Anne Arundel County is the talk of the community. It's a story we've covered extensively. Eleven students now face punishment.
Metro Reporting Spike In Stolen Electronic DevicesMetro Transit Police are reporting a spike in the number of thefts of smart phones and other portable electronic devices.
Smartphone Makers Nationwide Getting Smart About SecurityA third of robberies in America involve the theft of a mobile device. Top law enforcement officials across the country are asking for help from the companies that make those devices.
Verizon Customers: NSA Is Tracking Your Phone CallsYour phone calls--under government surveillance. A new report shows the NSA has been collecting phone records of millions of Americans. The White House says the program helped prevent a terrorist attack. But others call it spying.
Mobile Phone Addiction Serious For SomeNomophobia is a term used by psychologists. It stands for ‘no mobile phone’ fear.
D.C.'s Smithsonian Museums Get New Phone AppThere's a new application to help visitors navigate the massive collection of the Smithsonian's 15 Washington museums and the National Zoo.
Mark Zinno: Spoiler Alert!Sometimes I think that people forget what year it is. It amazes me that the brain trust at NBC seems to have forgotten that internet exists. That everyone owns a smart phone.
Baltimore Board Votes Down New Phone ContractA Baltimore spending board has rejected a $7.4 million contract with IBM for a new phone system.
Parking Tickets Issued Despite Paying By PhoneSome drivers in the District are still getting parking tickets, despite having used the city's new pay-by-phone parking system.
Program To Allow Northeast Baltimore Residents To File Police Reports Over The PhoneFiling a police report over the phone may be the answer to freeing up more officers. It's a pilot program that will start in a couple of weeks in the city's Northeast District.