While the overall number of people going to the emergency room in Baltimore hospitals is down slightly from last year along with hospital admissions in general, the number of gun-related injuries has grown
A disabled vehicle on Interstate 95 South in Baltimore City past the U.S. 1 (Caton Avenue) exit has closed the southbound left traffic lane and southbound left shoulder at 9:05 a.m. on Tuesday, according to the state Department of Transportation.
Elizabeth Haley Meyers pleaded guilty to a traffic charge and was fined $500 for her role in a crash that killed a motorcyclist on Route 3 in Gambrills last year. Prosecutors alleged she had been texting with her mother prior to the crash and initially sought manslaughter charges.
City engineers and surveyors will begin more regularly inspecting large pieces of infrastructure such as retaining walls and the streets near them after the major collapse of a wall in Charles Village last week.
State police on Thursday identified the driver who was killed Monday in a late-morning crash on Interstate 95 in the Patapsco River Bridge area, where the vehicle went over a bridge embankment, landed in a park and caught fire.
A three-vehicle collision with injury on Interstate 97 North in South Gate at the MD 100 exit has closed a northbound right off-ramp at 8:39 a.m. on Thursday, according to the state Department of Transportation.
Baltimore's railroad legacy has ebbed over time as Baltimore & Ohio Railroad was subsumed and its successor CSX Transportation moved south. Residents and local officials say the city's prominence in the railroad industry crumbled alongside the aging tunnels, overpasses and tracks that convey trains through city neighborhoods every day.
By By Kevin Rector, Yvonne Wenger and Doug Donovan and The Baltimore Sun
By the time the video begins, it's clear that something is wrong on East 26th Street. Cars are listing unsteadily on the edge of the chasm that opens up to a rail bed below. What happens next, as they say, will astound you.
With Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice back in the news and Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling all over it this week, I have to revisit this post I wrote on TMZ in February, when the Rice-allegedly-knocks-his-then-fiancee-unconscious story first broke.
With some facing up to 40 days away from their homes, Charles Village residents criticize the city and CSX for failing to heed their complaints about problems with East 26th Street, which collapsed in a heap of stones, dirt and automobiles onto the adjacent train tracks.
Harford County emergency officials dealt with what one called "the worst storm event" in months, as the county was caught in a massive deluge that dropped up to 9 inches of rain in some areas between late Tuesday night and early Thursday morning.
A CSX freight train reportedly carrying 8,000 tons of coal partially derailed in Bowie early Thursday morning, dumping at least some of its load on the ground surrounding the tracks, according to the Prince George's County Fire & EMS Department.
On the day after the Baltimore area experienced record levels of rainfall and a street collapse, Thursday morning's commute was snarled with accidents and road closures on major thoroughfares and secondary roads.
The driver of a dump truck accidentally downed power lines and disabled the traffic signal at Route 197 and Route 198 in Laurel on Monday morning -- simultaneously trapping himself inside the disabled truck.
Saphal Bhandari spent five days in the hospital but is now home, according to his father Navendra Bhandari of the 6300 block of Holly Lane. The 12-year-old was crossing York Road at Overbrook Road when he was hit, suffering suffered injuries to his hand, leg and clavicle bone. No charges have been filed as yet against the driver.
Gubernatorial hopeful Ron George usually keeps the flashiest part of his biography quiet, but he let slip last week that had a brief and unglamorous career as daytime soap opera actor. And that's not all.
Ashraf Ghani left a comfortable life as an anthropology professor at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore to help rebuild his war-torn homeland of Afghanistan after U.S.-led forces toppled the Taliban government. Now, he is a step away from becoming its president, expected to compete in a runoff election against the front-runner, Abdullah Abdullah.
A major shift in education was set to begin in Maryland on the first day of school last year, and Baltimore County elementary teachers were anticipating a "world-class" curriculum, promised by their new superintendent.
As of 9:10 a.m., the Maryland Department of Transportation was reporting an accident in Baltimore on northbound I-95 just past Washington Boulevard. The incident involved three vehicles, but was off to the far right shoulder, according to MDOT reports.
All southbound traffic on MD 144 in the Marriottsville area has been closed between MD 32 and Marriottsville Road due to emergency roadwork at 7:32 a.m. on Wednesday, according to the state Department of Transportation
A single vehicle crash on U.S. 40 in Rosedale has shut down all traffic between Berk Avenue and Todds Lane for more than two hours on Tuesday since first reported by the state Department of Transportation at 6:41 a.m.
Traffic on I-95 near Havre de Grace remained slow late Friday afternoon after a tour bus carrying about 68 mostly elderly passengers struck a guardrail and closed all northbound lanes, Maryland State Police said.
A single-vehicle crash on the Baltimore Washington Parkway North in Hanover has been closed the northbound right traffic lane and northbound right shoulder at MD 100 at 8:45 a.m. Friday, according to the state Department of Transportation.
Officials with Amtrak are seeking the public's input as they begin a three-year study regarding the refurbishment – or replacement – of their 108-year-old railroad bridge across the Susquehanna River between Harford and Cecil counties.
A three-vehicle collision with injury in Bel Air on Interstate 95 North prior to the MD 543 exit has closed the northbound right traffic lane and the northbound right shoulder at 8:18 a.m. on Wednesday, according to the state Department of Transportation.