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  • Metro unveils crime-reporting app for bus, train commuters

    Metro unveils crime-reporting app for bus, train commuters
    Los Angeles County transit officials announced a new app Wednesday that allows train and bus commuters to report crimes throughout the system. With the free L.A. Metro Transit Watch app, riders can directly call the transit unit of the Los Angeles...
  • Traffic: Quiet morning on area roadways

    Traffic: Quiet morning on area roadways
    Thursday morning's commute was virtually event free as the state Department of Transportation reported only one incident that blocked traffic lanes from 7 a.m. to 9:12 a.m. The lone incident was a two-lane closure at the Fort McHenry toll plaza around...
  • Former McDonogh runner Autumne Franklin stars at USA Track and Field Junior National Championships

    Former McDonogh runner Autumne Franklin stars at USA Track and Field Junior National Championships
    A former two-time first-team Baltimore Sun All-Metro honoree is running her way to the same status as just a freshman on the Harvard women’s track and field team. Autumne Franklin captured the 400 hurdles title at the USA Track and Field Junior...
  • Traffic: All lanes on MD 214 reopened

    Traffic: All lanes on MD 214 reopened
    Maryland Route 214, which had been shut down for more than two hours on Friday morning after a tall tree fell onto the roadway at Quarterfield Road, has been reopened, according to the State Highway Administration. The tree brought down telephone lines,...
  • William K. 'Bill' Lee III, SHA chief engineer

    William K. 'Bill' Lee III, SHA chief engineer
    William K. "Bill" Lee III, who rose from being a State Roads Commission laborer to chief engineer for the State Highway Administration, died Tuesday from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Cockeysville resident was 82....
  • Metro votes to block 710 Freeway extension project, studies continue

    The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority this week voted to block fast-track funding for the Long Beach (710) Freeway extension over the next 10 years. While the proposal to extend the 710 Freeway to the Foothill (210) Freeway will...
  • Gilman's Keihn headed to Under Armour All-America football game

    Gilman linebacker Melvin Keihn has been selected to play in the seventh annual Under Armour All-America High School Football Game Jan. 2 at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. Keihn is the fourth Greyhound to be chosen for the national senior all-star...
  • L.A. streets aren't safe enough for cyclists, but we're getting there

    L.A. streets aren't safe enough for cyclists, but we're getting there
    As The Times' Paul Whitefield points out in his Oct. 24 post saying there's little hope for making L.A.'s streets safer for cylists, there's Hollywood, and there's real life. And in real-life Los Angeles County, nearly 1 in 4 trips does not involve an...
  • Cycling Central Avenue in search of history -- and potholes

    Cycling Central Avenue in search of history -- and potholes
    South Los Angeles is playing a leading role in the city’s movement toward healthier living and complete streets. That’s something that Tafarai Bayne of TRUST South L.A. wanted to make clear Sunday as cyclists were about to begin a ride from...
  • Jacques Patrick talks Miami-FSU, Gators, reaching 5,000 yards, missing playoffs

    Jacques Patrick talks Miami-FSU, Gators, reaching 5,000 yards, missing playoffs
    Timber Creek’s junior running back Jacques Patrick, the most sought after college football prospect in the Orlando area, was at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee on Saturday night for Florida State’s drubbing of state rival Miami. He said...
  • Sighting: Following the Blackhawks' tour de Champagne

    Sighting: Following the Blackhawks' tour de Champagne
    When the competition on the ice ended last week in Boston with the Blackhawks hoisting the Stanley Cup trophy, the competition among Chicago's trendiest hangouts began. American Junkie co-owner Bradley Parker said he texted three Blackhawks players to...