A new survey shows that Marylanders love their state parks.
An eye-opening new report reveals drinking is widespread on Maryland college campuses, with almost half of students binge-drinking once a month.
A frightening new survey shows sexual assaults are not being investigated at many universities across the country. The study—commissioned by Congress—comes as the federal government ramps up oversight of campus cases.
It’s not always easy for parents to get honest answers from their teens. But a new statewide study is offering new insight into what they’re doing and thinking.
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.
Maryland’s oyster population has more than doubled since 2010 due to high oyster survival over the past few years and strong reproduction in the Chesapeake Bay, according to the state’s 2013 fall oyster survey.
Do you want out of the state of Maryland? A new poll shows nearly half of Marylanders say they are fed up and ready to pack up if only they could.
If you have witnessed a case of aggressive driving lately, you are in the majority of drivers surveyed across the country. A new study shows the holiday season is among the worst times for erratic behavior on the highways.
Surveyors are checking to make sure that the Washington Monument is still 555 feet, 5 1/8 inches tall.
When you need to know, where do you go? A survey of Maryland voters shows most are dissatisfied with the way the state does, or does not, make important information accessible.
The top complaints in a recent survey of new vehicle owners were technology related.
The number of blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay has dropped steeply, according to an annual survey released Friday, and Maryland officials said they will work with the crabbing industry to reduce bushel limits by about 10 percent for female crabs this year.