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  • Gay at Saratoga remains closed due to water main break

    Gay at Saratoga remains closed due to water main break
    Gay Street at Saratoga Street, near Baltimore City Hall, will remain closed through the weekend due to a 16-inch water main break, public works officials said. Gay Street traffic is being diverted at Fayette Street. City officials said drivers should...
  • SUV driver's behavior comes under scrutiny in New York train crash; 6 killed in fiery wreck

    Federal investigators looking into a fiery commuter train wreck that killed six people zeroed in Wednesday on what they called the big question on everyone's mind: Why was the driver of an SUV stopped on the tracks, between the lowered crossing gates?...
  • Water main break on Gay St. to affect downtown water service, traffic

    Water main break on Gay St. to affect downtown water service, traffic
    A ruptured 16-inch water main beneath Gay Street downtown has "undermined the street surface," forcing its closure, according to the Baltimore Department of Public Works. "We can't let traffic ride over it," said Kurt Kocher, a department spokesman,...
  • 6 dead after commuter train hits SUV north of New York City

    Six people were killed and more than a dozen injured when a commuter train carrying hundreds of people slammed into an SUV north of New York City and burst into flames. Metropolitan Transportation Authority spokesman Aaron Donovan said a Metro-North...
  • Investigators scour N.Y. train wreckage; death toll stands at 6

    Investigators scour N.Y. train wreckage; death toll stands at 6
    A 400-foot chunk of electrified rail sliced through an SUV, punctured its fuel tank and pierced the first and part of the second car of a commuter train, investigators said Wednesday as they pieced together details of a fiery crash that killed six...
  • Naperville uses 2 million pounds of salt to fight blizzard

    Naperville uses 2 million pounds of salt to fight blizzard
    Snow clearing equipment remained on the job across Naperville Monday morning, after record-breaking snow totals hit the city. Crews were returning to neighborhoods to clear the additional several inches that fell Sunday night and Monday morning and were...
  • Car fled scene of fatal pedestrian accident in Elkridge

    Car fled scene of fatal pedestrian accident in Elkridge
    A pedestrian walking along U.S. 1 in Elkridge on Wednesday morning was killed after being struck by two vehicles, including one that left the scene, according to Howard County Police. Authorities said that at 4:40 a.m., a 2002 Toyota SUV was traveling...
  • CT Legislators Concerned About Fatal Metro-North Crash

    Connecticut legislators expressed concerns Wednesday about the fatal Metro-North Commuter Railroad crash in Valhalla, N.Y., saying they need to take steps to make sure it never happens again. While Metro-North has had a series of major accidents and...
  • Governor Will Weather Second-Guessing On Storm

    Monday-morning quarterbacks are amateurs when it comes to second-guessing. The real professionals are those who, after a storm has passed, waste no time questioning the actions taken by officials as being either too much or too little for the...
  • Construction of new I-95 interchange in Boca Raton to take 7 months longer

    Construction of new I-95 interchange in Boca Raton to take 7 months longer
    Drivers eager for traffic relief with a new Interstate 95 interchange in Boca Raton will have to wait a bit longer for an easier commute. The Spanish River Boulevard interchange now under construction is going to take at least seven months longer to be...
  • North Dakota to Maine facing sub-zero wind chill temps; Glen Falls, New York, hits minus 27

    Frigid temperatures descended on the northern tier of the country Tuesday, and while it's not the coldest weather of the season, the biting chill followed a powerful storm that dumped snow from the upper Midwest to the Northeast. According to the...