Man Dies After Car Plunges Into Potomac RiverA man has died after his car went into the Potomac River, fire officials say.
Roads Closed Due To Flooding In Washington CountyHeavy rains over the weekend brought more flooding to Washington County for the second time in a week.
Md. Weighing Options For Conowingo Dam To Prevent Mass Release Of SedimentFor almost 90 years, Conowingo Dam has provided hydroelectricity and held back much of the dirt that washed off the land into the Susquehanna River.
2 Men Found Dead In Potomac River After Boat OverturnsMaryland Natural Resources Police released the identities of two men who they say went missing after their boat overturned Sunday.
Teen Pulled From Potomac River In Md. After Near DrowningAuthorities say a teenager who deliberately jumped into the swift-flowing Potomac River near the nation's capital has been rescued after a near-drowning in treacherous currents.
Woman Pulled From Potomac After Jumping From Wilson BridgeA woman was pulled from the Potomac River by boaters after witnesses say she jumped from the Woodrow Wilson Bridge.
Maryland Natural Resources Police Search For Owner Of Empty BoatThe Maryland Natural Resources Police are searching for the owner of a 10-foot boat that was found adrift in the Potomac River.
Canoe Capsizes, Killing Man Without Life JacketA canoe capsized, killing a man who police say wasn't wearing a life jacket.
Ghost Fleet Of Mallows Bay Nears 'National Marine Sanctuary' StatusA National Marine Sanctuary would be a first for Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay.
Activists Crowd Meeting on Proposed Pipeline Under PotomacEnvironmental activists are pledging a sustained campaign against a proposed pipeline beneath the Potomac River to carry natural gas from Pennsylvania to West Virginia.
Activists Oppose Proposed Gas Pipeline Beneath Potomac RiverProtection group is organizing a demonstration against plans for a pipeline beneath the river that would carry natural gas from Pennsylvania to West Virginia.
Mysterious Substance Identified in the Potomac RiverThe Environmental Protection Agency has determined the source of an oily substance that leaked into the Potomac River November 27.