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  • NBC Sports Network under fire for elephant killing on NRA show

    NBC Sports Network under fire for elephant killing on NRA show
    NBC Sports Network is facing a flurry of criticism over an episode of the outdoor sports program "Under Wild Skies" in which a National Rifle Assn. strategist shoots and kills an African elephant. In the episode, which aired Sunday night (a highlight...
  • Body of Missing Craig Hunter Found Nearly Two Weeks Later

    Body of Missing Craig Hunter Found Nearly Two Weeks Later
    The body of a Craig hunter who went missing nearly two weeks ago near Burrows Bay was recovered in the early morning hours Thursday after U.S. Coast Guards were notified of the disappearance on Sept. 22. The search for 24-year-old Garrett Hagan comes to...
  • As weather turns cold and wet, more care is needed on the building site

    DEAR TIM: I'm getting ready to build a new home, and the weather will start to get colder and wetter. My wife and I are concerned about materials left out in the weather. What are some best practices we can put in place with our builder so that our...
  • Funny Money: Bucking higher gas prices? Deer me!

    With the Labor Day holiday here, the end of summer is nigh. If the start of school isn't enough of a signal, the arrival of sporting goods catalogs stuffed with deer-hunting accessories reminds me that the leaves soon will be fluttering from the trees,...
  • 240-pound female bear harvested in Pa. 5C's early archery season

    Hunting season is off to a good start, at least in Northampton County according to Wildlife Conservation Officer Brad Kreider. In reports filed to the main office of the Pennsylvania Game Commission, Kreider reported a 240-pound female bear was...
  • Florida man could be penalized for killing gator

    Florida man could be penalized for killing gator
    Big Al was known to the locals who frequent Boyd Hill Nature Preserve in St. Petersburg as being a "lover" that never bothered anyone, according to the Tampa Bay Times.  At 13 feet long and 770 pounds, Big Al was the largest gator in the area, but his...
  • NASA ends work to restore planet hunter Kepler to full function

    NASA scientists said Thursday that the agency will no longer attempt to restore full function to the exoplanet-hunting Kepler space telescope, which has been hobbled since the spring. A three-month effort to return the craft to working order,...
  • Gov. Brown does good with lead-ammo ban, bobcat protection

    Gov. Brown does good with lead-ammo ban, bobcat protection
    California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed into law AB 1213, the Bobcat Protection Bill, which will set a no-trapping buffer zone around Joshua Tree National Park and other parks where bobcats are protected year-round. He also signed AB 711, which bans lead...
  • Brown vetoes gun-control bills

    SACRAMENTO — Declaring that California already has some of the nation's toughest gun laws, Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday vetoed bills that would have further limited gun ownership and the sale of semiautomatic rifles. The Democratic governor, a gun...
  • Man, 72, survives 18 days alone in forest on snake, lizards, algae

    Man, 72, survives 18 days alone in forest on snake, lizards, algae
    A 72-year-old man is recuperating in a hospital after surviving 18 days alone in a Northern California forest by eating algae, a snake and other small animals he could kill. Gene Penaflor’s ordeal began Sept. 24 when he and a hunting partner set...
  • Man recalls eating squirrels to survive alone in California forest

    Man recalls eating squirrels to survive alone in California forest
    A day after he was carried out of the Mendocino National Forest -- having survived nearly three weeks on his own -- 72-year-old Gene Penaflor described how "it all went dead" after falling down a canyon. He had separated from his deer hunting partner...