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U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says people need to "take personal responsibility" and not use cell phones while driving.
The Virginia Department of Historic Resources will evaluate the impact of T-Mobile's plans for a 100-foot cell phone monopole in Prince William County.
A report from the Pew Research Center's Internet and American Life Project finds 96 percent of 18 to 29-year-olds have a cell phone.
Drivers may be lowering their phones so police can't see them texting. As a result, their eyes aren't on the road.
The Prince George's County passed one of the strongest cell phone bans in the region, but the student member of the school board says the measure goes too far.
The study, released by the Pew Research Center, finds that one in four adults have texted while driving. A similar Pew Center study found the same number of teenagers have engaged in the same behavior.
Anyone driving through Frederick Community College recently might have noticed a large tree towering above the rest near the conference center on the south side of campus.
Area drivers are less likely than others around the nation to support stricter penalties for drivers who use cell phones or text while driving.
Oprah Winfrey's "No Phone Zone" is a national campaign to stop distracted driving. The Maryland State Highway Administration will support the campaign by taking part in Winfrey's nationwide promotion Friday.
Maryland's new cell phone law goes into effect in six months, banning talking on cell phones without a hands-free device.