Illinois trying to limit spread of deer disease

Illinois wildlife officials want to persuade landowners in some northern Illinois counties to let them shoot deer to control the spread of chronic wasting disease.
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Report: US spent $200K to protect farmer's cattle

The U.S. government paid more than $200,000 to help an Upper Peninsula farmer protect his cattle from wolves, according to a published report.
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Youth Goose Hunt carries on tradition for 24 years

Sam Koenecke remembers tagging along with his father and his uncle on a goose hunt when he was 8 years old.
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Judge rules Chicago must allow gun sales

Christian Lowe
In a move that could have far reaching implications for gun retailers nationwide, a U.S. District Court in Illinois has ruled that Chicago must lift its ban on the sale of firearms in the city.
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Minnesota teen brothers' handmade jigs catching on

Have you heard about the two kids from St. Paul, brothers, actually, who started their own bait company and are now getting the attention of pros?
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VIDEO: Skateboarding over a gator is not smart

Many people have bucket lists, but annoying a large reptile is likely not high on most people's life goals. However, skateboarders seem to think it's cool.
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Missouri deer hunting reaches crossroads

Missouri deer hunters remember days when they could pick and choose the deer they wanted to shoot. Now, they're lucky just to see deer. Any deer, let alone a big buck.
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2 charged with poaching deer in Vermont

Vermont Fish and Wildlife wardens said they visited the house last year where the men lived and found three deer in their shed.
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Nebraska turkey permits to be available Jan. 13

Each permit lets a hunter kill one male or bearded female turkey with bow and arrow in the archery season or with a shotgun in the shotgun season.
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Live: 2014 ATA Show Floor Report

Mark Melotik
We found some new-gear gems in the aisles of Nashville.
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