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5.11 'Folds Of Honor' Shirt Honors Warriors And Their Families

Leading tactical equipment and apparel company 5.11 has teamed with wounded warrior and graphic designer LeGrand Strickland to design a one-of-a-kind t-shirt to help veterans and their families pay for education.
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Bills Would Drop Federal Protections For Wolves In 4 States

Gray wolves in Wyoming and three Great Lakes states would lose court-ordered protection under legislation proposed in Congress.
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Sage Grouse Spending To Top $750M By 2018

Spending on a government-sponsored initiative to help struggling sage grouse populations in the West is projected to exceed $750 million by 2018.
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VIDEO: LA Market Sells Raccoons

Health officials are examining a Los Angeles food market because it was selling frozen raccoons (in the fur)!
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Judge Rules Ban On Interstate Handgun Purchases Unconstitutional

In Mance v. Holder a federal judge in Texas says the 1968 Gun Control Act provision that banned out of state purchases of handguns violated the Fifth and Second Amendments.
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Wolf Killed In Utah Was Animal From Rare Arizona Sighting

A gray wolf that was shot by a hunter in Utah was the same one spotted in the Grand Canyon area last year, according to federal wildlife officials.
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Iowa Panel Turns Down Bill On Mountain Lion Protection

A House panel declined to advance a bill that would have made it illegal in many instances to kill a mountain lion in Iowa.
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2 Deer Stuck Together; Police Use Stun Gun To Free 1

Police in Minnesota used a stun gun to free a live buck that was stuck to a dead deer.
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Missouri Considers Shortened Deer Hunting Season

Shortening deer season and allowing crossbows for archery hunters among proposed Missouri hunting changes.
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VIDEO: There's A Deer In The House

Rehabbing wildlife is an honorable thing to do. However, letting a deer roam free in your house while trying to bottle feed it seems a little odd.
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