Hunter Gets Stiff Sentence For Poaching 17-Point Buck On Neighbor's LandA man has been convicted of illegally killing a 17-point buck on his neighbor's property in September.
Man Charged In Boat Accident That Killed 9-Year-OldThe operator of Ocean City Watersports LLC faces several charges in connection with the death of a 9-year-old boy who died in a boat accident.
DNR Ice Cutter Called In To Help Smith IslandWith the ice building around Smith Island and Crisfield, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources dispatched its ice cutter to help.
BGE Helps Bees, Butterflies Live Under Power Lines In ParksBG&E says it's teaming up with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources to help bees and butterflies thrive beneath power lines.
WATCH: Man Rescued After Boat Capsizes Near South RiverFishermen rescued a man whose sailboat capsized near the mouth of the South River in Anne Arundel County Saturday.
Md. Woman Makes Calls To 911 During Vicious Bear AttackA Frederick county woman is in the hospital after barely surviving a bear attack. It is the first such incident in at least eight decades in Maryland. WJZ has her frantic calls for help.
Shells From Oyster Recycling Program Going Back Into ChesapeakeBaltimore City's recycling center on Sisson Street started taking in oyster shells last spring.
Maryland Moves to Ban Spear Hunting, Restrict Air GunsThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources is proposing rules aimed at banning spear-hunting for big game.
9-Year-Old Sets New Maryland Fishing Record With 94-PounderA nine-year-old girl has reeled in a record-breaking fish off of Maryland's Eastern Shore.
Black Bears Seen Wandering Md. NeighborhoodsThe Maryland Department of Natural say residents should be on alert after juvenile black bears have been spotted around several suburban Maryland areas in recent weeks, including Baltimore, Howard, Montgomery and Prince George's counties.
WATCH: Time Lapse Video Shows Blue Crab MoltingIt's officially soft shell crab season.
Engineers Continuing To Assess Damage To Historic Park TowerEngineers with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources are continuing to assess the damage to a 188-year-old stone monument in Washington County, after it was struck by lightning in June.