Review Finds Prior Approval Not Needed For State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's Travel; City To Review 'Disparate Guidance'Baltimore city leaders will form a workgroup to review the city's policies regarding rules for travel by elected officials, Mayor Brandon Scott's office said Thursday.
IG Report Finds 'Slight Discrepancies' In Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's TravelBaltimore's inspector general's office on Tuesday released its report into two years' of Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's travel and ethics disclosures months after Mosby herself requested an investigation following media reports she said were misleading.
CDC Issues New Mask Mandate For Travelers On Planes, Trains, Public TransportationA new mask mandate goes into effect in just a few hours.
TSA: More Police At DC Area Airports, Officers On High Alert After U.S. Capitol RiotTransportation Security Administration officials say the agency remains on high alert following the riots at the U.S. Capitol last week.
Officials Report Highest Travel Numbers Since Start Of COVID-19 PandemicMillions of Americans are making their way home after they flew to destinations for Christmas in the midst of a pandemic.
If You Want To Travel Next Year, You May Need A Vaccine PassportNow that coronavirus vaccines are starting to roll out in the US and abroad, many people may be dreaming of the day when they can travel, shop and go to the movies again. But in order to do those activities, you may eventually need something in addition to the vaccine: a vaccine passport application.
An Alarming Number Of Americans Are Ignoring Health Officials And Traveling For The HolidaysThe Transportation Security Administration says it screened 1,128,773 people at airports nationwide on Saturday, the latest sign traveling public is not staying home for the holidays despite warnings from health officials.
Despite Risk Of Bad Weather, COVID-19 Pandemic, Travelers Say Heading Home For The Holidays Is Worth ItDespite warnings from health officials, some Americans are still traveling this holiday.
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.
COVID-19 Latest: Gov. Larry Hogan Limits Travel Out Of State, Gatherings To 10 People Within Your HouseholdGov. Larry Hogan is urging Marylanders not to travel for Christmas and other holidays this year.
Spirit Airlines Plane Skids Off The Taxiway At BWISpirit Airlines confirmed one of its plane slightly skidded off the taxiway after landing at Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall Airport Thursday morning.
Maryland's First Winter Storm Brings Snow, Sleet And Rain; Refreeze Is A ConcernOfficials are warning Marylanders of icy roads on their Thursday morning commute after a snowy, slushy mess created problems for motorists Wednesday as the first significant winter storm of the season hit the state.
Southwest Will Offer Daily Roundtrip Flights To Jackson, Mississippi From BWIA new daily roundtrip flight will be added to Southwest Airlines' roster at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport starting in June.
14-Day Quarantine Is Still Best Before Seeing Loved Ones For The Holidays, Dr. Leana Wen SaysAs coronavirus surges across the United States in the aftermath of the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, experts predict there will be an exponential growth in infections and deaths as the country heads into the December holidays.
Maryland Police Stop COVID-Positive Child From Boarding Plane At BWI After Health Department Couldn't Reach MotherA mother and child were stopped from boarding a plane bound for Puerto Rico from Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall Airport on Thanksgiving eve by Maryland State Police after they learned the child had tested positive for COVID-19.