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  • FWC may allow bear hunts to prevent more attacks

    FWC may allow bear hunts to prevent more attacks
    Florida black bears, off-limits to hunters for 20 years, may soon be in the cross hairs again. The Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission on Wednesday will be presented with proposed changes to the state's bear-management strategies,...
  • Hearing on Jessica Padgett's death will have 'a lot of emotions'

    Hearing on Jessica Padgett's death will have 'a lot of emotions'
    Within hours after Jessica Padgett disappeared, more than 100 volunteers started combing through Northampton, handing out fliers with a photo of the mother of three and searching the streets for clues on her whereabouts. Jim Wilkins, a longtime friend...
  • Hunters become the hunted in uneven thriller 'Preservation'

    Hunters become the hunted in uneven thriller 'Preservation'
    Until its characters behave illogically in the third act and the direction shows suspense fatigue, "Preservation" displays a flinty resolve to be better than your average woodsy-nightmare thriller. Writer-director Christopher Denham sets up his trio...
  • Activists choose broad path to preserve Berryessa-Snow Mountain area

     Activists choose broad path to preserve Berryessa-Snow Mountain area
    Nature has no rival when it comes to patience. It took millions of years for the gnashing of tectonic plates to form the magnificent riot of rocks that is home to the unspoiled rivers and rolling oak woodlands of California's inner Coast Range. For a...
  • E-textbooks, pipeline and bears: Letters

    E-textbooks, pipeline and bears: Letters
    E-textbooks a bargain Gov. Rick Scott's proposal to exempt college textbooks from sales tax ("Scott seeks tax break for college books" Orlando Sentinel, Friday) is a good idea, but it misses the larger target. Textbooks are selected by professors...
  • Pa. Game Commission adopts deer seasons for 2015-16

    HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Game Commission board on Tuesday adopted a slate of deer seasons for 2015-16, including a split buck season in western Franklin County. The commission has proposed a split, five-day antlered deer season (Nov. 30-Dec....
  • Dundalk 14-year-old doesn't let blindness keep him out of the hunt

    Dundalk 14-year-old doesn't let blindness keep him out of the hunt
    Cody Mulligan was listening. The 14-year-old heard the crack of the gunshot firing at the closest target, 7 yards away. He caught the sound of the bullet as it sliced through the air and lodged in the side of the low ridge, behind two rows of bright...
  • Federal judge puts gray wolf back on endangered species list

    Federal judge puts gray wolf back on endangered species list
    A judge restored federal protections to gray wolves in the the western Great Lakes region on Friday, reversing an earlier decision by the federal government to remove the animals from the endangered species list. In a sharply worded 111-page ruling, U....
  • After York County shooting, residents disagree over gun control

    After York County shooting, residents disagree over gun control
    The York County neighbors of a man facing a second-degree murder charge for what he told investigators was an accidental shooting are divided on whether there's a need for tighter gun regulations. Brandon Bartlett, 21, has been charged with second-...
  • Pictures in the News | December 26, 2014

     
    Friday's Pictures in the News begins in Asia, where countries are observing the 10th anniversary of the tsunami in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. On the morning of December 26, 2004, a 9.3-magnitude earthquake off Indonesia's western coast generated a series of...
  • Matthews goes wire-to-wire to win Dixie Amateur

    Brandon Matthews got an early Christmas present as he closed out a wire-to-wire finish and won by five strokes in the 84th annual Dixie Amateur Men's golf tournament on Monday at the TPC Eagle Trace. Matthews, 20, a junior at Temple University, entered...