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NYC Using Trophy Cams To Nab Suspected Subway Thieves

April 28, 2014
The NYPD has deployed a series of five Bushnell Trophy Cams deep in the city’s subway system to nab would-be copper thieves.
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VIDEO: 9-Year-Old Shoots First Coyote

April 28, 2014
The pros from Predator Down take 9-year-old Braxton on his first coyote hunt.
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Woman Attacked By Duck Sues Owner For $275,000

April 28, 2014
A woman is claiming personal injury and pain and suffering after an attack by a neighbor's pet duck.
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Maine Wild Turkey Season Begins

April 27, 2014
Turkey hunting season is set to begin in Maine with the hunt suspended in the northernmost reaches of the state.
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Jumping Sturgeon Return To North Florida River

April 27, 2014
Florida wildlife officials say Gulf sturgeon are returning to the Suwannee River, but the fish don't seem to be jumping as much they used to.
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VIDEO: 9-Foot Alligator Roaming Houston Suburb Killed

April 27, 2014
Texas game wardens have shot and killed a 200-pound, 9-foot-long alligator found roaming backyards in a suburban Houston neighborhood.
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Possible Presidential Candidates Court Gun Lobby

April 26, 2014
Several potential Republican presidential candidates courted gun-rights supporters at the National Rifle Association's annual convention, talking up their pro-gun credentials.
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Wyoming Game Agency Takes Wolf Hunt Comment

April 26, 2014
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will hold public meetings to hear comment on proposed 2014 gray wolf hunting seasons, changes to license issuance and hunter safety regulations.
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Company Aims To Be Torrington's First Gun Maker

April 26, 2014
Gerry Zordan is going to make guns in Torrington. He is merging a lifetime appreciation of firearms, his dismay over the state's new gun control laws and his business acumen into this: Classic Carbines & Firearms Inc.
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Texas Ag Commissioner Candidate Sees Money In Hogs

April 26, 2014
A flamboyant figure in Texas politics who is running for the post of agriculture commissioner said the state could boost revenue, create jobs and hedge against the rising cost of meat by expanding its hog-harvesting program.
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