Car crashes are the leading cause of death among teens, and cell phones could be making things worse.
An experiment with open-source online textbooks at several Maryland universities last semester yielded promising results, and officials are preparing to expand the program this fall.
A former Maryland School for the Deaf dormitory aide charged with molesting seven middle-school girls from 2008 to 2011 first raised suspicion when supervisors learned he had sent text messages to some of the students, school officials testified Thursday at his trial.
This is Bradley Manning’s full statement.
Three years ago, an AT&T survey revealed 43 percent of adults text and drive. Today it’s 49 percent.
Maryland highway officials say they are offering holiday motorists new ways to keep ahead of traffic jams this year.
Talk, text or tweet– callers to the state’s 911 system will soon have many more options to get help.
The Baltimore Police Department is hosting a recruiting event specifically for female applicants.
After more than a decade of restoration and study, the public is getting a glimpse at the oldest surviving copy of works by an ancient Greek mathematical genius at the Walters Art Museum.
Washington County officials say they hope residents will take advantage of the opportunity to text crime tips to law enforcement agencies.
When a high school principal requests it, nurses from Shock Trauma talk to students about the consequences of poor choices made while driving.
Community police officers and school administrators from across Maryland are learning to tackle the digital-age crimes of sexting and electronic dating violence.