Trees toppled onto homes and power lines were torn down. Mother Nature pounded parts of Maryland with heavy rain and winds, leaving hundreds in the dark.
Baltimore County police are investigating a fatal crash that killed one and injured four.
MARC trains on the Penn Line from Perryville to Washington are experiencing delays of 30 minutes to an hour because of signal issues.
Crews are making progress in restoring power to those affected by severe storms that blew through the mid-Atlantic region.
Maryland regulators are reconsidering a policy that allows utilities to bill customers for lost revenue during the first 24 hours of a power outage.
MMaryland regulators on Friday rejected a large portion of the Potomac Electric Power Company’s request for a 4 percent rate increase, citing the company’s history of substandard performance.
Back-to-back storms hit central Maryland, causing extreme flooding.
Nearly a week after deadly summer storms struck the mid-Atlantic area, tens of thousands of residents still remain without power.
The temperature rises and the power is still out for thousands.
Hundreds of thousands of people from Illinois to New Jersey are still without power after a line of deadly storms struck last Friday. A week of more unpredictable weather and sweltering temperatures has followed.
The massive storm dealt a big blow to hundreds of Baltimore area businesses. However, for others whose power stayed on, it was money in the bank.
Marylanders should expect the storms and heat to continue throughout the week.