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Illinois family makes jigs for anglers

February 2, 2014
First-time buyers, looking to test drive a new fish enticement, tend to swallow what looks good. Knowing all that and having a product that does actually reel in fish as well as buyers has allowed the Reeves Lure Co. to drop a line in some lucrative waters these last 50 years.
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Idaho officials eye Clearwater River basin elk

February 2, 2014
The habitat that was once ideal for elk has aged and led to a dramatic drop in numbers. Predators like gray wolves and, to a lesser extent, black bears and mountain lions, are holding them down.
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Critically injured man possibly attacked by cougar

February 2, 2014
Investigators say a critically injured homeless man may have been the victim of a mountain lion attack at a Southern California encampment.
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Arizona Game and Fish offering $30,000 in grants

February 2, 2014
Arizona wildlife officials are seeking ideas on how to spend $30,000 in grant money.
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Deer removal all in a day's work for highway crew

February 1, 2014
Crews get to the deer as quickly as they can, especially if the carcass is in a travel lane and presenting a danger to motorists.
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Scientists study die-offs among bighorn sheep

February 1, 2014
Experts know pneumonia often brings death, but they want to know what combination of bacteria, parasites, habitat, weather or overcrowding makes them susceptible to die-offs.
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New York officials warn anglers to watch for thin ice

February 1, 2014
New York state environmental officials are warning winter fishing enthusiasts to watch out for thin ice.
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Hunter cleared of violation over wounded bear

February 1, 2014
A central Pennsylvania hunter is cleared of a citation for tracking down a wounded bear and shooting him a day after bear season ended in December.
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Arizona seeks tips, offers reward, in deer poaching near Williams

February 1, 2014
Authorities are looking for whoever was responsible for the killing of a female mule deer out of season.
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Connecticut AR-15, magazine ban upheld by court

January 31, 2014
A federal judge upheld Connecticut's ban on AR-style rifles and 30-round magazines, admitting the new rules signed into law after the Sandy Hook school shooting "burden" gun owners' rights, but were nevertheless constitutional.
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