DNR Reminds Boaters To 'Ride Inside' As Bow Riding Is IllegalMaryland's Department of Natural Resources is reminding boaters to ride inside while on the waterways this summer.
Good Samaritan Rescues 5 People From Capsized Boat Near Chesapeake Bay BridgeFive people were rescued earlier Friday morning after their boat capsized near the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, officials say. 
Fish Without A License In Maryland On These Days This SummerDon't have a license to fish? It won't be a problem on June 1, June 8 and July 4 when Maryland will allow license-free fishing.
Farm Pesticide May Be Behind Md. Bald Eagle DeathsA once-common farm pesticide may be to blame for dozens of bald eagles poisoned over the past three years in Maryland and Delaware.
Officials Warn Motorists Of Black Bear Encounters In Western MarylandWith fall's arrival and colder weather, comes a chance you could face a black bear on Maryland's roads.
Snakehead Fish Public Enemy No. 1 In Maryland WatersA natural predator is rearing its ugly head again. The snakehead fish is spotted in Maryland waters.
Most Md. Appalachian Trail Shelters Reopened After Tree WorkThe state Department of Natural Resources says most overnight shelters and campsites along Maryland's section of the Appalachian Trail have reopened after tree maintenance prompted by a hiker's death.
Md. Agency's Action Ensures More Sunday HuntingThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources says it expects to implement regulations allowing more Sunday hunting in western Maryland during the firearm deer season starting Nov. 29.
Drop In Female Striped Bass Prompts 25 Percent Catch CutbackThey may be plentiful here, but fewer striped bass along the Atlantic Coast is bringing orders to reduce the catch everywhere.
Mange Appears More Prevalent In Md. Black Bears Maryland wildlife managers are reporting an increase in mange, a skin disease caused by parasitic mites, among Maryland black bears.
DNR Police Sworn To Protect The Chesapeake Bay Crab Population It turns out a crab’s best friend might be a cop. That’s because the cab population is struggling in the bay.