Natural Resources Police
Oysters figure prominently at Maryland Thanksgivings–a demand hundreds of watermen are working hard right now to meet.
Authorities say a bald eagle that died last month after being rescued in Maryland had been shot.
They go largely unseen, but 24 hours a day, there are eyes on the bay. They’re looking for boats in trouble and boats breaking the law.
Natural Resources Police are looking for information about the killings of two bald eagles in Montgomery County.
A Maryland state lawmaker convicted in a boating crash has been cited for illegal crabbing.
Maryland’s Natural Resources Police have come up with a highly visible way of promoting boater safety.
The Maryland Park Service is urging people to be extra careful on the frozen surface of Deep Creek Lake.
Maryland Natural Resources Police say six men have been charged this month with rockfish violations in Ocean City.
The search for a missing boater in Middle River came to an end Thursday morning after his body was found near Frog Mortar Creek.
Tragedy strikes three Maryland families after their sons drown in a creek. Police say the boys were just trying to cool off on a hot day.
Don’t be surprised if a co-worker is wearing a life jacket in the office.
A recent federal audit says Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources is threatening the public’s safety because of improper tracking of weapons used for hunter education.