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An accident on the Inner Loop of the Beltway will cause delays from the American Legion Bridge beyond Bethesda and into Silver Spring through the afternoon rush hour.
A Montgomery County fire official says nine students and an adult have suffered minor injuries in a school bus accident in the Clarksburg area.
A group of Boy Scouts had to be rescued as the Potomac River rose Monday morning. A family of four also had to be rescued from chest-deep waters not far from White's Ferry.
Several people had to be rescued from the balconies of the three-story apartment building on Hewitt Avenue.
Someone set fire to a speed camera on Quince Orchard Road near McDonald Chapel Drive in Gaithersburg.
An SUV struck a baby in a stroller at the intersection of Aspen Hill Road and Georgia Avenue Friday morning, leaving the baby with serious injuries.
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Montgomery County fire and school officials are reviewing an incident where 24 middle school students were treated for heat-related illnesses after they were forced to wait outside while a bomb threat was investigated.