Anne Arundel County Police are investigating after a serious crash in Shady Side.
Take a glance at new laws taking effect in Maryland on Tuesday.
Drivers, listen up. New traffic laws take effect on Tuesday with the goal of making Maryland roads safer.
Early data indicates that in 2012, 86 percent of Americans are using their seat belts.
It means the difference between life and death. This holiday season, police are making sure drivers–especially those at night–are buckled up.
A 42-year-old female driver was killed in a crash in Columbia on Monday night.
Police in the Baltimore area are cracking down on people who aren’t wearing their seatbelts at night.
Some police officers in Maryland will be out Thursday giving cash to drivers wearing their seatbelts. But beware: they may give you a ticket if you don’t.
Baltimore County Police have arrested former Ravens player Jermaine Lewis for driving on a suspended and revoked license and also for driving with his 4-year-old son in the front seat of his car without a seat belt.
Officials say an elderly woman ran through a stop sign and caused a fatal collision in Joppatowne.
A positive sign as the number of people who died in traffic accidents is down across the country. But in Maryland, highway officials say there’s no reason to celebrate.
More people are buckling their seat belts than ever before, but a just-released study is still raising some concern.