A devastating trend. Highway fatalities across the nation are at an all-time high. That’s according to new federal numbers released this week.
The number of law enforcement officers who died performing their duties in the U.S. declined by about 20 percent in 2012 after rising the two previous years, a nonprofit organization reported Thursday.
According to a new survey, city residents list “disobeying traffic laws” as a bigger problem in Baltimore than property crime, panhandling or graffiti.
If you’ve ever fallen asleep at the wheel you know how dangerous it can be. In recent months it’s even happened to some air traffic controllers. A Baltimore man may have the answer to what seems to be a growing problem.