Bay Bridge Construction Having Ripple Effect On Local Roads In Queen Anne's CountyThe backups are standard in the summer season, but with a redecking project starting this month, worse delays are expected to last two years. 
NTSB Releases Initial Report In Fatal Maryland Helicopter CrashThe National Transportation Safety Board released its initial report into the May 4 helicopter crash that killed two people near Kent Island.
Report: Helicopter In Fatal Chesapeake Bay Crash Not Certified To Fly In Low VisibilityAuthorities say the helicopter involved in a deadly crash earlier this month did not have certification to fly in poor visibility conditions.
2 Men Dead After Helicopter Crashes Into The Chesapeake BayThe bodies of two man have been recovered from the Chesapeake Bay following yesterday's fatal helicopter crash.
Teens Charged With Arson That Destroyed Home Allegedly Lit Pile Of Christmas Trees On FireTwo teenage boys have been charged with arson that destroyed a century-old home on Maryland's Kent Island.
CrossFit Community Comes Together To Help Those Impacted By TornadoThe CrossFit community is helping families who lost everything in the Kent Island tornado.
Cleanup Continues After 'Unusual' Tornadoes Hit Eastern ShoreStill reeling from tornadoes, people in two Eastern Shore communities are assessing the damage and beginning to rebuild.
Cleanup Continues After EF-2 Tornado Ravages Md. CountyQueen Anne's County is trying to get back to a sense of normalcy after an EF-2 tornado barreled through the area, leaving a trail of destruction.
911 Calls Released After An EF-2 Tornado Ravages Maryland County911 calls have been released from the moment after a tornado slammed into several Queen Anne's County communities.
Emergency Services Director: Kent Island Tornado Looks 'Like Somebody Steered It... Away From Homes'Fourteen homes and one business were destroyed by a E-F2 tornado that struck Kent Island early Monday morning.
EF-2 Tornado Causes Extensive Damage On Kent IslandKent Island residents are reeling after the EF2 storm, with winds reaching 125 miles per hour, left behind extensive damage and power outages in its two-mile path.