State natural resources officials are reminding Ohioans about outdoor burning regulations for spring as warmer weather approaches.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is reviewing proposed new ginseng regulations as the number of Ohioans digging and selling the medicinal root increases.
The state says oil and gas production rose in the fourth quarter.
State Auditor David Yost is recommending an increase in the cost of fishing and hunting permits to boost yearly revenue for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
400 homes in Jefferson County were evacuated after a nearby fracking operation sprung a leak and began shooting invisible gaseous discharge into the air.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says nearly 8 million dollars worth of state and federal grants will fund the creation of and improvements to recreational trails.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says nearly 200 large hellbender salamaders have been released into three eastern Ohio watersheds through a partnership with two zoos.
Authorities have identified the man who died late Sunday night after a boat carrying nine people on Indian Lake sank.
Debate continues on how to best cut down on how to cut down on toxins from algae blooms that get into public water systems.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources has lifted a public health advisory issued last month for swimmers at East Fork Lake in Clermont County.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service say a search of three Ohio rivers found no invasive silver or bighead Asian carp.
The natural gas boom is still pushing an industry that’s growing in Ohio -- not only attracting oil and gas companies but other businesses that benefit from shale production.
State data shows 2013 was a big year for oil and gas development.
An environmental group is rekindling debate over the controversial communications strategy the state crafted with oil and gas drillers about fracking on on state-owned land.
State and federal authorities are searching for the cause of a spill of hundreds of barrels of fracking waste at a site in Morgan County last Sunday night.
The state is responding to complaints by dozens of landowners near Ohio's largest inland lake who say compensation for flooding losses has been delayed again.
Authorities have found the body of a second boater who drowned in Buckeye Lake after a fishing boat capsized last Friday.
A month ago, questions were raised about an alleged list of people at the Ohio Department of Natural Resources who were supposed to be treated as enemies.
State regulators ordered a gas drilling company to halt operations today after four minor earthquakes shook an area 20 miles south east of Youngstown.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is looking into whether it can reintroduce breeding populations of sturgeon to Lake Erie.