Summer danger. We’re in the middle of what AAA Mid-Atlantic calls the “100 Deadliest Days…” a stretch between Memorial Day and Labor Day that sparks an increase in fatal accidents involving teenage drivers.
According to a recent study by AAA, new numbers show that despite the high number of deaths and injuries, people still haven’t gotten the message when it comes to distracted driving.
The Maryland Department of the Environment says Exelon Corp. will pay up to $3.5 million to fund more study of the Conowingo power dam’s effects on Susquehanna River and Chesapeake Bay water quality.
A new study released Thursday find a double benefit from increasing wind energy in Maryland.
Experts say hands-free technology is safe to use behind the wheel, but a new study by AAA Mid-Atlantic suggests these popular features may actually increase distraction.
From the Columbia mall shooting to the tragedy at the Washington Navy Yard, we’ve seen the devastation of active shooter incidents.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded $2.8 million to study the long-term replacement of the Long Bridge over the Potomac River.
Researchers at the Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) at Fort Detrick are planning a study on an experimental drug that was given to two American aid workers to treat the Ebola virus.
A new study has found that depression in children can start as young as preschool.
Which scares you more: Hurricane Victor or Hurricane Victoria? A new study finds that people are slightly less likely to flee an oncoming storm with a feminine name than a masculine one.
Towson University researchers are preparing to release their full study of the prospective economic impact of hydraulic fracturing for natural gas in western Maryland.
A new study reveals an alarming number of parents admit to leaving their small children alone in the backseat of cars. The survey has some safety workers on edge.