Early Friday morning, someone set fire to a recently installed speed camera in the 400 block of S. Rolling Road.
Baltimore County officials say new speed cameras will be installed near schools in Catonsville and Perry Hall.
Prince George’s County officials say the speed camera program is bringing in even more money than expected.
The city of Hagerstown has installed its first speed enforcement camera near an elementary school.
The Maryland Senate has narrowly rejected an amendment that would have altered when speed cameras can be used to ticket drivers in work zones.
Calls for justice and safety improvements. A group of residents in Perry Hall seeks answers in a hit-and-run accident that left their neighbor dead.
Speed cameras set on fire. Baltimore police are searching for the person who torched two cameras in three days.
The search continues for the man accused of smashing the window of a specially equipped Jeep set up to catch speeders.
Speed cameras are popping up in more and more Maryland counties.
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