Police say a vehicle refused to stop at Mount Saint Joseph High School and struck an occupied marked patrol car.
Travel woes. If you feel like you’re spending too much time sitting in traffic, you are not alone.
Maryland’s roads are getting safer. The state announces traffic deaths are the lowest they’ve been in more than 60 years–but there’s still more work to be done.
Major road work and major headaches for drivers on I-95 through parts of Baltimore. Urgent construction will cause lane closures and congestion.
The snow storm here has ended, but the cold remains.
Crews continue to work to repair a broken water line below Ft. McHenry tunnel.
The biggest problem at the height of the storm–near gridlock from hundreds of abandoned cars on highways and the city roads.
Some MARC commuter rail passengers are seeing their trains canceled or delayed Wednesday.
More than a dozen people hospitalized after a senior mobility bus and SUV crash into each other in Pikesville.
Winter blast on the horizon. Emergency personnel across the state are preparing for several inches of snowfall.
Freezing rain could pose a problem for the Monday morning commute.
It started early and fell faster and harder than many expected. Derek Valcourt has the details on how the snow created traffic troubles for some motorists.