Maryland NRP Reminds Boaters To Stay Safe This Labor Day WeekendWith Labor Day weekend underway, Maryland Natural Resources Police wants to remind everyone going out on the water to stay safe with a few boating tips.
Suspect In Patapsco State Park Incident Turns Himself InA suspect in the Tuesday incident at Patapsco State Park in which a driver rammed a Natural Resources Police officer with a vehicle has turned himself in.
Natural Resources Police Officer Injured, Involved In Shooting With SuspectNatural Resources Police say an officer was injured following a confrontation when they shot at a suspect who was attempting to run down the officer with their vehicle.
Fatal 'Bow Riding' Accident Behind New Boating RegulationsMaryland lawmakers move to end the practice of bow riding after a deadly accident last summer.
VIDEO: Charges Pending After Boaters Brawl On Md. RiverMaryland Natural Resources Police are investigating a brawl on board a crowded rental boat in the Choptank River over the weekend.
Md. Man Sentenced to 6 Months in Jail For Poaching OystersA Wicomico County man has been sentenced to six months in the Wicomico County Detention Center for oyster poaching.
First Responders Recount Dramatic Rescue After Boat Capsizes In Whitehall BayLucky to be alive. It was quite a scare for a group of boaters involved in an accident near the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
Police: Boater's Body Found On Potomac RiverMaryland Natural Resources Police say the body of a Worcester County teacher has been found after an apparent boating accident.
Watermen And Police Working Hard To Meet Thanksgiving Oyster DemandOysters figure prominently at Maryland Thanksgivings--a demand hundreds of watermen are working hard right now to meet.
Authorities: Bald Eagle That Died In Md. Was ShotAuthorities say a bald eagle that died last month after being rescued in Maryland had been shot.
Surveillance System Helps To Monitor Poachers On The BayThey go largely unseen, but 24 hours a day, there are eyes on the bay. They're looking for boats in trouble and boats breaking the law.