Union leaders say emergency responders are still having communication problems in Washington subway tunnels in the wake of a fatal accident on the system last month.
Preparing for the worst using the best technology. First responders throughout the Eastern Shore can now communicate through one secure system. Friday, Governor Martin O’Malley put it to the test.
Doug Kibler recalls growing up listening to Casey Kasem’s Top 40 and the effect the radio legend had on his life.
Maryland’s Democratic gubernatorial candidates had their last scheduled broadcast debate Thursday morning.
A Garrett County official says private aircraft using outmoded radio navigation equipment will still be able to use Garrett County Airport despite the shutdown of a local radio beacon to make way for a wind farm.
Relisha Rudd’s mother breaks down as hundreds of strangers criticize her action over the two months her daughter’s been missing. The mystery of what happened to the child is still unsolved.
Mix 106.5’s Maria Dennis shares with listeners why she hasn’t been in the studio for the last few days.
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The infrastructure for Maryland’s emergency radio system is up and running for the eastern half of the state, but some counties aren’t signing on until they’re guaranteed a voice in how it’s managed.
A union leader for a civilian Navy fire department that responded to the Washington Navy Yard shooting says faulty radios hindered emergency communications among some of the responders.
Hagerstown Police Chief Mark Holtzman says the department is moving to a fully encrypted radio system because the proliferation of wireless technology allows criminals to listen on their cell phones.
The phrase college-radio might bring back memories of students stumbling through what they’re trying to say. But in Towson, college-radio has graduated.