The Ravens Are Finished With Safety Matt ElamRavens safety Matt Elam was arrested over the weekend on drug charges. Elam becomes a free agent on March 9 and after that it's goodbye.
Trapped: Deaths Inside Freezers Can Be Prevented, But How?Trapped in a walk-in hotel freezer with subzero temperatures, Carolyn Robinson Mangham knocked so desperately on the door that the skin on her knuckles had worn away, her husband said in a lawsuit.
Halloween Safety TipsHalloween is a fun night of trick-or-treating for kids and a big responsibility for parents keeping them safe while crossing the street.
With Spike In Fatal Teen Crashes New Drivers Pledge ' 5 to Drive'With a spike in fatal teen crashes last year, a new Maryland campaign aims to help make roads safer.
Downed Power Lines Causing Safety Concerns Amid Inclement WeatherInclement weather can be a hazard, and even deadly, especially when storm conditions knock down power-lines. That's why First Responders and BGE are teaming up to teach the public what to do to stay safe.
Survey: Many Maryland Drivers Fail To Stop For School BusesA new report from the state reveals drivers are illegally passing school buses at an alarming rate.
Conference On School Safety Set In AnnapolisA conference on school safety will be taking place in Maryland's capital.
Experts Demonstrate Catastrophic Dangers of Illegal FireworksExperts demonstrate the catastrophic dangers of illegal fireworks.
Health Violations Reported At 30-Plus Baltimore Food ServicesThe Baltimore City Health Department has made available online all the recent restaurants and food establishments that have been closed due to health and safety violations.
Ravens Make Way For Weddle, Release Will HillThe Ravens are releasing safety Will Hill, paving the way for new signee Eric Weddle.
Eric Weddle Is Committed To Winning With The RavensThe newest safety said he loves Baltimore's winning culture and wants to be a part of a championship team.
Md. Railroads To Install Life-Saving Technology By End Of The YearFederal regulators say most railroads are not on track meet a deadline to install safety technology to prevent deadly crashes, such as the one in Philadelphia that killed three people who had ties to Maryland.