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  • Slain bus driver remembered at cookout

    Slain bus driver remembered at cookout
    Family and friends of slain bus driver Craig Ray Jr. gathered Saturday for a cookout at Druid Hill Park to keep his memory alive five months after he was killed and a week before he would have turned 35 years old. "Even in death he's still bringing...
  • Rachel Marsden: Separating cybersecurity hype from reality

    LAS VEGAS -- The big players in the global information-security industry are intermingling with computer hackers this week at the annual Black Hat conference in Las Vegas. Even Chris Inglis, who stepped down as the deputy director of the National Security...
  • Copper theft leads to Baltimore, Arundel power outages

    An unknown amount of copper wiring was stolen from a BGE substation in Linthicum, causing a power outage that disrupted light rail service from Patapsco Station south to Cromwell Station and BWI Sunday morning, police said. Anne Arundel County police and...
  • Damen, California Blue Line stops to close temporarily this fall

    Damen, California Blue Line stops to close temporarily this fall
    Some Blue Line riders may have to change their commute temporarily after Labor Day. The Damen and California Blue Line stops both will close for several weeks at different times in the fall for renovations, the CTA will announce Monday. The California...
  • Huntington man run over by OCTA bus dies

    A Huntington Beach man died after being run over by an Orange County Transportation Authority bus earlier in the week, authorities said Thursday. Police believe the victim, Richard Collins, 53, of Huntington Beach, may have been intoxicated at the time,...
  • Hyundai pays $17 million fine for delaying Genesis brake recall

    Hyundai pays $17 million fine for delaying Genesis brake recall
    Hyundai will pay a $17-million federal fine for failing to promptly report a brake problem in Hyundai Genesis cars, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Thursday. The action by the auto safety agency marks a step up in enforcement....
  • 'Century Crunch': So far, so good on 2nd day of LAX traffic rerouting

    'Century Crunch': So far, so good on 2nd day of LAX traffic rerouting
    So far, Day Two of the “Century Crunch” looks a lot like Day One. Traffic was running smoothly early Sunday as major construction work continued around Century and Aviation boulevards near the entrance to Los Angeles International Airport....
  • Traffic: Crash on MD 423 closes northbound traffic

    Traffic: Crash on MD 423 closes northbound traffic
    Northbound traffic on MD 423 in Tracys Landing is shut down at Town Point Road due to a single-vehicle crash at 7:57 a.m. on Wednesday, according to the state Department of Transportation. The southbound left traffic lane is bi-directional, DOT said....
  • Nobody asked me (about casinos or Ray Rice), but . . .

    Nobody asked me (about casinos or Ray Rice), but . . .
    Nobody asked me, but … the fans who gave Ray Rice a standing ovation before Thursday's preseason game apparently have not read the Ravens' fan behavior policy — specifically, the part that says: "Fans help shape the Ravens' image." They...
  • CTA plans to replace vandalized artwork at Diversey stop

    CTA plans to replace vandalized artwork at Diversey stop
    A sculpture called "Arriving Home" won't be returning to the Diversey Brown Line stop in Lakeview. The CTA plans to replace a 10-foot-tall steel and acrylic sculpture at the Diversey stop after vandals broke it late last year, CTA spokeswoman...
  • Traffic is smooth despite 'Century Crunch' near LAX

    Traffic is smooth despite 'Century Crunch' near LAX
    Four weeks after being coined, the "Century Crunch" is nearly history, part of the city's growing lexicon of roadway headaches, and for all its poetic portentousness, the crunch was a breeze. Starting Friday night, drivers detoured with ease around...