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  • Some Lehigh Valley deer hunters have new rules

    What seemed like a long winter in 2014 has suddenly morphed into the outdoors homestretch. With this being Thanksgiving week, hunters won't have visions of sugar plums dancing in their heads while sleeping off the tryptophan-rich turkey that will be...
  • Black Friday chat: Ask the bargain experts your holiday shopping questions

    Black Friday chat: Ask the bargain experts your holiday shopping questions
    Shop online now or wait until Black Friday? Hit the lines on the morning of Black Friday or wait for Cyber Monday? As retailers bombard shoppers with holiday promotions, it can be hard to determine the best savings plan of action.  Take all of the...
  • Pastor 'boldly' opposes execution: Front & Center

    Pastor 'boldly' opposes execution: Front & Center
    That Scott Panetti killed his in-laws with a hunting rifle is indisputable. So is the fact that Texas plans next month to execute the man with a lengthy history of schizophrenia who defended himself at his 1995 trial dressed in cowboy togs and summoned...
  • 2 teens shot near Tamaqua Area High School; hunter may have fired gun

    2 teens shot near Tamaqua Area High School; hunter may have fired gun
    Two people, initially identified as hunters, were shot Tuesday afternoon near Tamaqua Area High School and were flown to hospitals, authorities said. The shooting was reported at 5:02 p.m. either in Tamaqua or neighboring Walker Township, according to a...
  • Tamaqua man likely to be charged in shooting of 2 teens, Game Commission says

    A Tamaqua man in hunting gear fired the bullet that seriously wounded a girl and boy Tuesday in the woods south of Tamaqua Area High School, the state Game Commission said Wednesday. The 52-year-old man discharged his .270 caliber rifle about 5 p.m.,...
  • Warm weather, plentiful food sources will make deer hunting harder this year in Pa.

    Warm weather, plentiful food sources will make deer hunting harder this year in Pa.
    HARRISBURG — Snow cover would be especially helpful to hunters this firearms season as deer are not venturing out of the woods. More than 750,000 hunters are expected to be afield on Monday, an unofficial holiday from school and work and the...
  • Hunter accidentally shot in Westminster

    Hunter accidentally shot in Westminster
    A hunter was accidentally shot in the leg Saturday in Westminster on the first day of Maryland's most popular hunting season, Natural Resources Police said. Three friends were unloading the ammunition from their shotguns before leaving the private...
  • Good Morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Monday

    Good Morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Monday
    Here's what you need to know to start your week.    WEATHER Mostly cloud today with a high of 63, and a low of 34. Variable winds will be out of the west-northwest at 6 to 12 mph. Tonight, a dreaded trio of snow, sleet and rain will arrive...
  • Macungie man wins archery deer photo contest

    Macungie man wins archery deer photo contest
    As any hunter knows, a successful deer harvest doesn't start with hitting your target. Being able to track your deer is the real key. Brian Bleam of Macungie proved that very point in October when he downed an eight-point buck on the mountainside of...
  • Hunters take 100 bears on last day of Pa. season

    HARRISBURG — Hunters in Pennsylvania took 100 bears in the wintry weather of Nov. 26, the final day of the statewide firearms bear season. The final-day total pushed the harvest during the four-day 2014 season to 2,444, down slightly compared to...
  • Prizes for coyote hunting banned by state Fish and Game Commission

    Prizes for coyote hunting banned by state Fish and Game Commission
    The California Fish and Game Commission voted Wednesday to ban hunting contests that award prizes for nongame animals such as coyotes, beavers and bobcats. In a 4-1 vote, the commission prohibited "giving inducements of any kind" in hunting contests for...