Marylanders Win Nation's Largest Crabbing Tournament In NJA team of four Maryland crabbers took home the top prize at the country's largest annual crabbing tournament.
Dead Crabs Found Dumped In Patapsco Valley State ParkDozens of crabs were found dumped in a pile on the side of Race Road in Patapsco Valley State Park in Howard County on Wednesday.
State Police Investigating After Woman Claims Troopers Teased Her Son After His Boat Fell Off Its Trailer On Route 50Maryland State Police have launched an internal investigation into whether troopers teased a Marydel man after his boat fell off his trailer on Route 50 earlier this month. The man, Chris Bailey, later took his own life.
Maryland OKs $375K In Seafood Marketing Amid Labor CrisisEastern Shore crab houses are without more than a third of their usual workforce after many failed to secure visas for their seasonal migrant workers.
Md. Crab Houses Spread Thin After Again Losing Visa Lottery For Immigrant WorkersMany Maryland crab processors are still struggling from a Trump administration policy that has left them without immigrant workers to pick crab meat.
Police Recover Body Of Pasadena Man Who Fell Off Boat While CrabbingThe Maryland Natural Resources Police say they have recovered the body of a missing Pasadena man who reportedly fell off his boat while crabbing this morning.
Md. Officials Continue Crackdown On Illegal CrabbingCracking down on illegal crabbing. New rules are set to go into effect.
Watermen Use Technology To Count CrabsOn the serene Potomac River, Rocky Rice's crab-pot markers stretched for miles, an orange-dotted rope floating on water that sparkled like jewels under a bright summer sun.
Authorities Find Body Of Missing Maryland BoaterPolice say 52-year-old Dean Dixon of Harwood was found at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Watermen's Group Leaves Crab Management TalksA watermen's group has stopped participating in discussions on crab management with the group's head saying members oppose proposals for a catch-share system.
Officials Prepare For Winter Crab SurveyIt's the count that sets the limits and, down the road, what you'll be paying for that summer crab feed.