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Crabbing in the upper Chesapeake Bay has slowed down as the Fourth of July approaches and Maryland officials say good catches this spring may be the reason.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says it receives reports every year of diamondback terrapins that are trapped and drown in crab pots lacking an escape hatch known as a Turtle Excluder Device.
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.
When David DeBoy set out to write a song 29 years ago, he had no idea it would become a Baltimore tradition.
Crab cake lovers, Maryland was the place to go for recipe changes. But the old standby recipe is still as good as ever.
The state may lift the ban on harvesting female crabs from Sept. 26 to Oct. 4 this year. The decision will be made by the secretary of Maryland's Department of Natural Resources and may come within the next few weeks.
Look for fewer crabs from Texas and Louisiana on all-you-can-eat crab menus and more from Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina.
Middletown students learned how what they do in Frederick County affects life 250 miles away.
The Anacostia River will go on a "trash diet," becoming the first river on the East Coast and only the second in the nation where the total amount of trash will be limited every day, Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley said on WTOP's Ask the Governor Monday.
Chesapeake Bay's blue crab population increased 60 percent in a year and is at its highest level since 1997, the governors of Maryland and Virginia say.
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