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Destructive northern snakehead fish are expanding beyond the Potomac River. Incentives are being offered to anglers who catch them.
Maryland's attorney general says he plans to sue a gas-drilling company over a spill of thousands of gallons of hydraulic fracturing fluid into a Susquehanna River tributary last month.
Two storms contributed to the C-minus grade the nation's largest estuary received on its annual EcoCheck report card from the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.
Despite the 31 percent of crabs killed off by the cold, Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley says the adult crab population is up and at its second highest level since 1997.
A move in Congress could cut federal funding for the Chesapeake Bay restoration.
A Maryland delegate intends to file a bill Monday that would add up to two years of jail time to a list of penalties for first-time rockfish poachers, a direct result of poaching finds by Natural Resources Police in the Chesapeake Bay this month.
Three fishermen should consider themselves very lucky after a dramatic morning rescue.
Some 234 Calvert County houses stand within 100 feet of the county's cliffs, which are eroding at an average rate of up to 2 feet a year.