Relief and joy. A little girl will soon be home after a nationwide search comes to an end. Authorities found Caitlyn Virts more than 400 miles from Baltimore in South Carolina.
The Honda Fit’s crash test saw the dummy’s head barely contact the frontal airbag before sliding off and hitting the instrument panel. During the test of the 500, the driver’s door opened after the hinges tore. An open door creates a risk that the driver could be partially or completely ejected.
Older homes in older cities mean a higher risk of lead poisoning. Children are especially at risk of lead poisoning. Now the Environmental Protection Agency is taking another step to keep Baltimore’s children safe.
Going trick-or-treating with the kids this Halloween? Elizabeth Bailey RN and Dr. Rebecca Bailey’s have some helpful tips for ensuring a safe and fun night out in the neighborhood.
Widely used UV nail lamps are highly unlikely to cause skin cancer, even if used weekly for 250 years.
With health apps for smartphones increasing, new concerns arise over how they are being regulated.
More than half of consumers are expected to shop over the Internet this year. The Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) and The Harbor Bank of Maryland have issued tips to help consumers stay safe and secure when ordering online.
Blindfolded and shoved into a stranger’s car. Police say Cal Ripken’s mother is safe after a terrifying abduction in Harford County, but her attacker is still on the loose.
Anne Arundel County Police say a security guard at Arundel Mills mall has been charged with a safe from a gold dealer’s kiosk.
The Chincoteague ponies are safe after Hurricane Irene tore past their island.
Some of us don’t always do it. But this holiday weekend, driving off without first buckling up is a priority for all those extra police out on the road.
An event in Baltimore is drawing attention to the problem of concussions in youth sports.