Health Experts Urge Safe Holiday Travel As Hospital Systems Battle COVID-19 SurgeWith hospitalizations reaching 1,345 as of Tuesday in Maryland, strained hospital systems are concerned over upcoming holiday travel and the Omicron variant of COVID-19. 
Last Minute Holiday Travelers Head Out Of BWI AirportBWI Airport was pretty much a ghost town on Thanksgiving Day but there were still travelers there catching last-minute flights.
Thanksgiving Gas Prices Are The Highest Since 2012Gas prices spiked in October by $1.13 a gallon, the biggest year-over-year increase since the EIA started collecting these numbers in 1990.
Maryland Dept. Of Health To Distribute 500K Home COVID-19 Testing KitsThe program aims to increase access to convenient testing amid increased holiday season travel.
Travel Day Forecast: Slightly Warmer Conditions Expected With Plenty Of SunshineWednesday, slightly warmer air will begin to move our way with more sunshine. Highs are forecasted around 50 degrees. 
Ahead Of Thanksgiving, University Of Maryland Medical System Experts Offer Advice For Safe Holiday TravelUniversity of Maryland Medical System experts say it's still important to take precautions against COVID-19, such as wearing a mask in public indoor spaces and getting tested before travel.
Pandemic Holiday Travel 2.0: How To Navigate Thanksgiving This YearAfter hunkering down for the holidays in 2020, far more travelers are expected to be on the move this year.
Busy Travel Season Expected Through Labor Day WeekendThe Chesapeake Bay Bridge has seen traffic volumes return to pre-pandemic levels on several occasions -- with the highest volumes occurring over certain weekends. 
Record Number Of Travelers Expected To Hit Maryland Roads This Memorial DayThe holiday weekend saw a record number of Americans traveling since the pandemic first started. 
AAA Reports 30% Fewer Marylanders Plan To Travel For Christmas, New Year'sAAA said in a new report Monday that three-quarters of Americans are expected to stay home- and nearly 30% less travel is expected from Marylanders. They report as many as 1.76 million are still expected to travel.
How Risky Is Flying During A Pandemic? What We Know And How To Make It SaferIn any other year, we'd be happily flying over the rivers and past the woods to get to Grandma's house more quickly for the holidays. But it's 2020, and globally there are more than 1.3 million deaths from the novel coronavirus so far -- with no end in sight.