Experts: Chesapeake Bay's 'Dead Zone' Will Be Smaller This Year The Chesapeake Bay has been showing major signs of improvement this year.
Tens Of Thousands Of New Oysters Planted In The BayBack where they belong after starting life in a lab. Tens of thousands of new oysters have been planted in bay waters, thanks to human help.
23, Including Kids, Rescued From Boat Wreck In Chesapeake BayTwenty-three people were rescued from a boat southwest of Bloodsworth Island in the lower Chesapeake Bay Wednesday afternoon.
Report: Chesapeake Bay Health Improved Last YearA report by environmental scientists says the health of the Chesapeake Bay has improved as efforts to produce runoff from land continue.
Chesapeake Bay's Underwater Grasses Making a ComebackUnderwater grass beds in the Chesapeake Bay, in decline for decades, are making a strong comeback.
Islanders In Chesapeake Bay Face Exile From Rising SeasA report says islanders in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay could be among the first "climate change refugees" in the continental United States.
Erosion Barriers May Be Hard On The BayHard barriers to stop erosion may be hard on the bay.
Search Will Resume Monday For Missing Boater Near Bay BridgeThe Maryland Natural Resources Police say they will continue their search on Monday for a missing boater in the Chesapeake Bay.
Is The Ice Age Causing Maryland To Sink?It may have happened 22,000 years ago, but the last ice age isn’t done with Maryland yet.
Officials To Discuss Plans To Clean Up Chesapeake BayRegional leaders and federal officials are getting together to talk about cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay.
Concern Over Rising Sea Levels In Chesapeake BayCould parts of Maryland be underwater in the next few years? Some scientists warn the state is one of the most vulnerable to climate change, with sea levels rising rapidly, especially in the Chesapeake Bay.
US Appeals Court Upholds EPA Plan To Clean Up Chesapeake BayA U.S. appeals court on Monday approved a federal plan to limit pollution in the Chesapeake Bay despite objections from farmers, builders and others who accused the Environmental Protection Agency of a power grab.