Speeding tickets issued to motorists in work zones in Maryland appear to be down significantly in 2012 compared with last year.
Speed cameras continue to remain under the microscope of legislators after several of the cameras were found with inaccuracies. Now there’s more controversy surrounding how the contractors are paid after Governor Martin O’Malley brings the payment method into question.
There is a Maryland woman shouting for joy. She didn’t win the big Powerball jackpot, but she is taking home some cool cash.
The District of Columbia’s Department of Motor Vehicles says it was former councilmember Harry Thomas Jr. who requested that 10 traffic and parking tickets be voided early last year.
Powerball buzz! It’s a frenzy as millions rush to buy tickets for the largest jackpot in Powerball history–$550 million is on the line.
State, county and city vehicles have been ticketed more than 8,000 times in the past three years by Baltimore’s automated speed cameras.
Ravens fever is already building around the city. Tuesday, with less than a week until the home opener, one of the team’s star players surprised a group of lucky fans.
The Orioles attendance has been the lowest in MLB the last 2 nights,
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Racing to get Baltimore’s Grand Prix on track before a tight deadline. The new organizers of the race announced some major sponsors and spoke about the event’s financial health.
Speed cameras are coming to Charles County.
A lucky break for more than 3,000 people caught speeding in Baltimore City. Problems with a speed camera mean their tickets are invalid.