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  • Incorrect, failed I-95 construction signs create mass confusion, huge traffic jam

    Incorrect, failed I-95 construction signs create mass confusion, huge traffic jam
    Commuters entering Baltimore from the south on Monday morning found themselves in a massive traffic jam amid widespread confusion about how to navigate a new construction pattern, in part due to a failure by the Maryland Transportation Authority to update...
  • Marylanders expected to brave traffic in high numbers for Labor Day weekend

    Marylanders expected to brave traffic in high numbers for Labor Day weekend
    Nearly three-quarters of a million Marylanders are expected to hit the roads and airways this Labor Day weekend even as the state struggles with congestion at its largest airport, on its most-traveled highway and around some of its largest tourist...
  • Why did the chicken cross the road? Oregon cops don't know

    PORTLAND Ore. (Reuters) - Ask police in Portland, Oregon, why the chicken crossed the road, and law enforcement has no idea either. In an unusual release, the Portland Police Bureau said officers were dispatched this week to a report of a chicken...
  • Holder visits Ferguson as grand jury hearings begin

    U.S. Atty. General Eric H. Holder Jr. visited Ferguson on Wednesday, meeting with students, community leaders and federal investigators as the St. Louis County prosecutor opened grand jury hearings in the fatal police shooting of unarmed 18-year-old...
  • CTA board approves agreement for street upgrades

    CTA board approves agreement for street upgrades
    The CTA and the city are working on a $2 million deal to implement changes aimed at improving bus service in the city and possibly help boost ridership. Possible changes the CTA is exploring include street repairs and improvements to markings, signage...
  • Ft. McHenry tunnel lanes reopen after overturned box truck snarled traffic

    Ft. McHenry tunnel lanes reopen after overturned box truck snarled traffic
    All lanes going through the Ft. McHenry Tunnel have reopened after overturned box truck and fuel leak closed part of the tunnel Thursday afternoon during rush hour. The lanes reopened around 7 p.m. The truck flipped over around 4 p.m. heading southbound...
  • LAPD credits armored vehicle for protection in morning shootout

    LAPD credits armored vehicle for protection in morning shootout
    At a time when police action in the Midwest is raising concerns about the militarization of local law enforcement agencies, police in South Los Angeles are crediting some of that equipment for saving lives during a dramatic run-and-gun pursuit before...
  • A gunman is killed and LAPD officer wounded in rolling gun battle

    A gunman is killed and LAPD officer wounded in rolling gun battle
    It started like so many police car chases in Los Angeles do. But when a sport utility vehicle being pursued through South L.A. stopped on a freeway onramp, a gunman carrying a high-powered, assault-type rifle stepped out and opened fire at the police...
  • Elevated structure work along Brown, Purple lines expected to speed commute

    Elevated structure work along Brown, Purple lines expected to speed commute
    Rehab work on a deteriorated elevated structure along the Brown and Purple/Evanston Express lines between the Near North Side and downtown will be expanded to include track upgrades starting in the spring, with the promise of finally delivering faster,...
  • Long Island hit by flash floods during rush hour

    Long Island hit by flash floods during rush hour
    NEW YORK — More than a foot of rain hit parts of New York's Long Island on Wednesday, enough to set a preliminary state record, triggering flash floods and swamping cars on major roads that were turned into rivers during the morning rush hour....
  • East 17th Street construction will slow traffic

    People driving on East 17th Street in Costa Mesa over the next few months should expect slightly more traffic than usual, city officials said this week. Construction to add decorative crosswalks, sidewalks, medians and parkway trees has been underway...