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Road rage after an argument at a strip club may have led to shots being fired at a "party bus" early Sunday morning on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway.
The northbound Baltimore-Washington Parkway had been closed between Riverdale Road and the Capital Beltway as police investigated the shootings of two people.
Whether you think they make roads safer or they're just a cash cow, one particular speed camera in the area is getting a serious workout.
Lanes of the northbound Baltimore-Washington Parkway have reopened north of the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center after a school bus carrying 30 eighth-grade students caught fire at about 10:30 a.m.
A father and son both died after their car crossed the median and hit two other vehicles on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway early Sunday morning, according to U.S. Park Police.
A new speed camera has been set up along the Baltimore-Washington Parkway, just south of I-695, the Baltimore Beltway.
A driver whose car broke down on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway near Route 197 got out of the vehicle and was struck and killed by another driver.