Officer Helps Free Raccoon After Its Head Gets Stuck In A Metal CanA Maryland Natural Resources Police officers helped a raccoon who was found with a metal can stuck on its head in Baltimore County.
Dolphins Swimming In Ocean City, Maryland Caught On Camera By Natural Resources Police OfficerWhen you head out on the water in Ocean City, Maryland, you may see birds and fish, but one officer with the Maryland Natural Resources Police saw something extra special. 
6 Charged In Hunting Violations Across MarylandSix people were charged in hunting violations across the state by Maryland Natural Resources Police during an operation to crack down on violators. 
Woman Charged With DUI, After Striking Deer Decoy With Vehicle, Fleeing From Officers, Police SayA Carroll County woman was charged with driving while intoxicated after she allegedly struck a deer decoy and led police on a chase through the woods.
15 Rescued After Pontoon Boat Capsizes In Ocean City Inlet, Report SaysA pontoon boat capsizes in the Ocean City Inlet channel Thursday afternoon.
Pennsylvania Man Charged With DUI On Deep Creek LakeA Pennsylvania man was charged with operating a vessel while under the influence on Deep Creek Lake on July 5.
9 Arrested For Boating Under The Influence, 668 Ticketed Over July 4th Weekend On Maryland WaterwaysNine people were arrested for boating under the influence and 668 citations were handed out on Maryland waterways over the Fourth of July holiday weekend. 
'His Smile Brightened My Day' | Family, Friends Hold Vigil To Remember Maryland Crabbers Tevin Calhoun, Mark VetockMore than 100 people showed up for a vigil to remember Tevin Calhoun and Mark Vetock on Tuesday night.  
Maryland Crabbers Mark Vetock, Tevin Calhoun Found Dead After Reported Missing In Stoney CreekMaryland Natural Resources police said they have recovered two bodies near Riviera Beach.
7 Bald Eagles, Great-Horned Owl Fatally Poisoned; Up To $10K Reward For InformationFederal and state officials are looking for information after seven bald eagles and a great-horned owl died due to poisonings in the Kent and Talbot counties.
Natural Resources Police Step Up Anti-Poaching EffortsAs fall winds down into winter in Maryland, licensed and legal deer hunters head out into woods and fields. Unfortunately, so do the poachers who kill without regard for the rules.