Environmental Protection Agency Responds To Chesapeake Bay Cleanup CriticismsThe Environmental Protection Agency is criticizing local leaders for questioning its commitment to cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay. 
Group Preparing To Sue EPA Over Chesapeake Bay PollutionA conservation group announced Monday that it's preparing to sue the Environmental Protection Agency for failing to enforce the Clean Water Act relating to pollution limits for the Chesapeake Bay.
Maryland Could Take Legal Action Against EPA, Pennsylvania Due To Lack Of Efforts To Protect The BayGovernor Larry Hogan directed Attorney General Brian Frosh to pursue legal actions against Pennsylvania and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday.
Nearly $13M In Grants Awarded In Maryland To Support Clean WaterNearly $13 million in federal money will be used to help clean up the Chesapeake Bay here in Maryland. 
Maryland Joins Lawsuit Against Trump Administration's Plan To End Stricter Emissions StandardsTwenty-three states, including Maryland, are suing the Trump administration over its plans to end California's ability to set stricter vehicle emission standards.
Energy Star Says You Should Keep Your Home Above 78 DegreesA federal program recommends people keep their homes between 78 and 85 degrees, and the internet is freaking out.
Intensifying Downpours Threatening America's Biggest EstuaryWhen the Conowingo Dam opened to fanfare nearly a century ago, the massive wall of concrete and steel began its job harnessing water power in northern Maryland.
Maryland Weather: Code Orange Air Quality Alert In Baltimore, Eastern ShoreA Code Orange air quality alert has been issued for Baltimore and the Eastern Shore for Thursday, June 27.
The EPA Says Glyphosate, The Main Ingredient In Roundup, Doesn't Cause Cancer, Others Aren't So SureThe fierce debate over whether glyphosate can cause cancer just got a big endorsement of safety from the US Environmental Protection Agency.
EPA Awards $202M To Upgrade Baltimore City Water SystemThese improvement projects were already planned, the news coming with this loan from the federal government- the Baltimore taxpayer is off the hook for a big chunk of the bill. 
EPA Waits On Courts To Clean Up 2 Baltimore WarehousesTwo Baltimore warehouses considered environmental hazards sit abandoned while the Environmental Protection Agency pursues court-ordered access to clear the sites.