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Wildlife agency balances desires of deer hunters

There was a time when it was rare for someone to kill a buck, and the greatest sin a deer hunter could commit was to shoot a doe. Now, as a general rule, hunters can't shoot enough does and we are debating issues such as buck limits and antler restrictions.
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Facebook vows to crack down on gun sale posts

After pressure from anti-gun groups, the popular social media networks Facebook and Instagram announced they planned to restrict content they say promotes the illegal sale of firearms.
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VIDEO: Pike versus bird versus pike

A double feature displaying the tenacity and hunger of pike for coots and themselves.
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Connecticut police warn of coyote sightings

Police in South Windsor are warning residents about coyote sightings and say pets should be protected from possible attacks.
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West Virginia offers 'outdoors woman' workshop

The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources is sponsoring a workshop for women who want to become more active outdoors.
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VIDEO: 12-year-old catches 114-pound catfish

Louisiana's newest record, a 114-pound catfish, was pulled from the Mississippi River by a small boy.
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Mississippi turkey season will start March 15

Mississippi's spring turkey hunting season runs March 15 to May 1.
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Vermont holds seminar for 1st-time turkey hunters

First-time turkey hunters will get a chance to learn the basics at a free seminar being held in Vermont this spring.
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Vermont to cut moose hunt permits by 20 percent

Vermont regulators want to cut the number of moose hunting permits by 20 percent because the herd is below its target population.
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Police in Utah school district armed with rifles

Police officers tasked with keeping students safe in one of Utah's largest school districts have been given a tool they think could save lives if a gunman attacks AR15 and M16 rifles.
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