Anne Arundel County fire department officials are identifying a worker who died when he fell 180 feet from a Pasadena water tower.
Tragedy on the Beltway. A day of routine roadwork turns deadly when a car suddenly veers off I-695, striking two state highway workers.
Police are searching for the brazen criminal who stormed into a Maryland hotel, threatened a pregnant clerk, then shot and killed another employee. Surveillance video captured some of the frightening confrontation.
As a child, Michelle Colby dreamed of becoming an adventurous countryside veterinarian. Cows were her favorites. “It’s in my genes, I believe,” Colby said, remembering the countless visits to her family’s dairy farm in upstate New York.
A Maryland state highway worker is struck and killed on the job–something that tragically happens too often on area roads.
Daring rescue. Firefighters were lowered down to a platform below the Bay Bridge to save an injured worker. Now we’re hearing the emergency communications from the rescue effort.
The Attorney General’s Office says a former lottery worker has been indicted on charges of stealing lottery tickets and collecting more than $67,000 in winnings.
Police identify the victim of a deadly pedestrian accident in Baltimore County.
A Maryland construction worker is rescued after falling 30-feet down a well.
A former hospital technician charged with stealing drugs and infecting patients with hepatitis C wants his trial delayed until at least next April, in part because the public defenders representing him say federal budget cuts will force them to take more than a dozen days off in the coming months.
He’s accused of exposing nearly 2,000 patients to hepatitis, including several in Maryland. Now a new report details how a healthcare worker lied to keep working at hospitals in eight different states.
Changes are likely coming after authorities find a former Maryland hospital worker infects almost half a dozen patients in the state with hepatitis C.