With more than 150,000 expected in Baltimore for Fourth of July, city police aren’t taking any chances. You will see extra security at the fireworks.
A trial was scheduled to begin Thursday for a former Episcopal bishop in Maryland who is charged in the drunken-driving death of a bicyclist, but it was postponed until September.
Amtrak will install inward-facing cameras on trains in order to improve safety following a deadly derailment in Philadelphia earlier this month.
Thousands are celebrating the Memorial Day holiday by heading to Ocean City and the beach patrol is prepping for safety in the water.
Maryland Senators are supporting a bill that would put a two year stop to any fracking in the state.
Big rig tires are only supposed to go a maximum constant speed of 75 miles per hour, but truckers across the country are exceeding that limit.
Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin is scheduled to discuss new legislation he is sponsoring to create a nationwide alert system to catch violent criminals who have injured or killed police officers.
Months after a fatal smoke incident on the Washington, D.C. Metro, the agency releases safety videos to show riders what to do in case January’s incident happens again.
State officials are urging residents to be prepared and use common sense when dealing with severe thunderstorms.
A delegation of city leaders unanimously decided to table the legislation to allow armed officers inside Baltimore City schools.
Emergency action. The state orders immediate inspections of two dozen Maryland bridges. This, after chunks of concrete fall from a bridge and nearly crush a woman’s car.
A tragedy and a mystery for the Baltimore City Fire Department. A veteran firefighter is found dead in a house hours after responding to a fire.