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Search Tags: Potomac River
The Potomac Conservancy has presented Congress with a petition to do more research into intersex fish, like those found in the Potomac River.
The record high temperatures along with the absence of rain in the area has affected streamflow and groundwater levels throughout the Potomac River Basin. In the last month, precipitation levels are 50 percent below normal.
A Maryland boater has a whopper of a fish tale after catching an 8-foot shark in the Potomac River this week.
A family gathering turned into a tragedy Sunday afternoon, as a 3-year-old boy has died after falling into the Potomac River near Chain Bridge Road.
Long before the White House party crashers came the Potomac party crashers, the invasive northern snakehead fish. And these funky-looking fish continue to thrive.
A body has been found along the Potomac River, two days after a mother and daughter went missing during a Memorial Day picnic.
Alexandria wants to redevelop its Potomac River waterfront with more open space, restaurants and mixed-use development.
Warmer weather has more people flocking to the Potomac River, and that has the National Park Service warning people about its dangers.
River levels are considered to be hazardous from Kitzmiller to Little Falls.
The U.S. Coast Guard says high water levels have caused a large barge to bump into the 14th Street Bridge. There were no injuries.