Officials Urging Maryland Motorists Not To Drive 'In-Text-Icated'A message from AAA, MVA and State Police- don't drive "in-text-icated." 
Airports Will See More Travelers Than Ever This Summer, TSA SaysAirports will see more travelers than ever, according to TSA spokesperson Lisa Farbstein. 
MDOT MVA Tests Digital License Plates In MarylandMaryland is the fourth state to put out this type of pilot program with Reviver-- which is providing the test plates at no cost to the state, MDOT MVA said. 
Woman Makes False Bomb Threat At Bel Air MVA Office, State Police SayThe threat was reported around 9:20 a.m. at the building at 501 West MacPhail Road. The woman claimed there was a bomb in her car. 
Don't Panic | Here's How To Know If, Or When It's Time To Switch To The Real ID LicenseIn Maryland, Real ID drivers licenses are slowly replacing old forms of the license. 
66,300 Marylanders Could Lose Their Driver's Licenses In June As REAL ID Deadline Looms, MVA Says66,300 Marylanders with a new REAL ID star license or identification card since 2009 have just a few weeks to file residency and identification documents with the Motor Vehicle Administration before their driver's license or ID cards could be revoked.
MVA Confident Voters Affected By Error Are Less Than AnnouncedThe head of Maryland's Motor Vehicle Administration says she's confident the number of voters affected by a programming error will be less than the nearly 80,000 announced.
Maryland Senate OKs Birth Certificate Retrieval At MVAPeople born in Maryland will be able to get a copy of their birth certificates at Motor Vehicle Administration offices when they renew their driver's licenses, under a bill passed by the state Senate.
New Technology Speeds Up MVA Bus Inspection Process Across StateThe MVA unveiled technology that's supposed to help speed up the inspection process for thousands of school buses across the State.
State Police Arrest Man for Bomb Threat at Beltsville MVAState police arrested a 60-year-old man for making bomb threats at a Beltsville MVA.
What You Need To Know: New Licenses, IDs Roll Out In MarylandOver four million Marylanders will soon be carrying a more secure license with a roll out that begins Monday.