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.
Recovery Teams Searching For Missing Boater Near Harford-Cecil LineA grim reality in the search for a 22-year-old boater who went missing on the Susquehanna River in Port Deposit Tuesday night.
Smartphone App Will Help Md. Map Invasive PlantsThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources is promoting a smartphone application that helps scientists track the spread of invasive plants.
Coast Guard Search For Missing Man In Waters Off Cobb IslandThe U.S. Coast Guard is searching for a man reported overdue near Cobb Island.
Md. Announces Rare Birth Of 5 Cubs To 1 Black BearThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources says it has documented the state's first known birth of five black bears in a single litter.
Watermen Hope To Extend Oyster Season After Winter Freezes IncomeGiving back what winter has taken away. Brutal cold put livelihoods on ice throughout the Chesapeake Bay.
4 Deer Found With Chronic Brain Disease In Western Md. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says four more white-tailed deer have tested positive for chronic wasting disease in western Maryland.
Hogan Choice For Md. Agency Not Moving Forward Due To HealthGov. Larry Hogan's initial appointment to lead the Maryland Department of Natural Resources is not moving forward due to health considerations.