- National Park Service opening new campground at Acadia Updated: Aug-30-15 8:52 am
BAR HARBOR, Maine - The National Park Service is opening a new campground that will be part of Acadia National Park.
- Algae in western Lake Erie eats into fishing business Updated: Aug-29-15 11:47 am
OAK HARBOR, Ohio - Thick mats of algae spreading across western Lake Erie in recent weeks appear to be pushing one of the region's most-prized sport fish to flee, forcing some charter boat captains to cancel trips. At least one told out-of-state visitors hoping to catch walleye to stay home for now.
- Man hospitalized after bison attack on Catalina Island Updated: Aug-27-15 7:11 pm
AVALON, California - The head of a conservation group has been gored by a bison on Santa Catalina Island, off the Southern California coast.
- Mercury, PCBs cause warning not to eat Devil's Swamp fish Updated: Aug-13-15 7:01 pm
Mercury and PCB pollution make it unsafe to eat fish or crawfish from Devil's Swamp and Bayou Baton Rouge or participate in water activities there, state agencies say.
- Feds: Latest photos show orca may have shaken fishing lure Updated: Aug-10-15 7:47 pm
FRIDAY HARBOR, Washington - Federal officials say a killer whale they've been monitoring near the San Juan Islands may have gotten rid of the salmon lure that was hanging from its mouth.
- USS Arizona Memorial gets new superintendent Updated: Aug-07-15 5:58 pm
HONOLULU - The National Park Service said Friday it was naming the superintendent of national parks in the Seattle area to oversee the USS Arizona Memorial, which has been rocked by allegations that tickets to the memorial were sold even though people aren't supposed to pay to visit the solemn site honoring World War II dead.