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  • Tourist-tax collections jump 6 percent in July

    Orange County's tourist development tax collections in July jumped 6 percent over the previous year, to $16.2 million, Orange County Comptroller Martha Haynie reported last week. However, Rich Maladecki, president and chief executive officer of the...
  • 'Yes, it was a bear' on Palm Beach County road

    'Yes, it was a bear' on Palm Beach County road
    Driving along Indiantown Road in western Palm Beach County last January, Nicole Verticchio saw an astonishing sight: A large black bear ambling east along the side of the road. "I'm from Pennsylvania and I didn't even know we had bears in Florida," she...
  • New rules as bow season for deer opens in Maryland; new boating restrictions

    New rules as bow season for deer opens in Maryland; new boating restrictions
    Archery hunting for white-tailed deer opened statewide Friday and continues through Jan. 31. New this year, hunters in Region A may take only two antlerless deer for the license year. Also new, a hunter may not harvest more than two white-tailed deer...
  • Pheasant hunter, harvest numbers reach 27-year lows in Minnesota

    Minnesota's pheasants and pheasant hunters are hitting rock-bottom. Just 62,000 pheasant hunters went afield last fall, and they bagged only 169,000 roosters. That's the fewest hunters and lowest harvest in 27 years. Hunter numbers declined 19 percent...
  • Blue whales of California are back to historical levels, study finds

    Blue whales of California are back to historical levels, study finds
    Good news, whale lovers: A new analysis suggests that there are as many blue whales living off the coast of California as there were before humans started hunting them to near extinction 110 years ago. Today, there are roughly 2,200 blue whales who...
  • New tanks show SeaWorld evolving and so are we

    Twenty-five years ago, SeaWorld's famous Shamu Show featured a lucky kid plucked from the audience who got to stand on a shallow ledge in the tank and toss a few fish to a killer whale. Back then the scene was a crowd favorite. Today the stunt —...
  • 'War Machine' arrested in Simi Valley hotel for Christy Mack assault

    'War Machine' arrested in Simi Valley hotel for Christy Mack assault
    A professional fighter sought by authorities after his former girlfriend accused him of attacking her and a friend at her home in Las Vegas has been arrested in the Los Angeles area, officials said on Friday. Jonathan Koppenhaver, also known by the...
  • With Minnesota bear population down, so are hunting permits

    Minnesota's bear season is approaching soon, and hunters will see another conservative framework. State wildlife officials have been trying for the past few years to increase the state's bear population. Just 3,750 permits were issued for this fall's...
  • Wisconsin's fall hunting season kicks off this week

    The woods and fields of Wisconsin are only beginning to offer hints, but a new season is coming. Soon the sumacs, maples and hickories will be ablaze in the colors of autumn. Deer will exchange their red coats of summer for a warmer, brown model. And the...
  • Deer management program benefits from debate over rules

    Wisconsin was humming in the last full week of August. Schools were opening, vacations were ending, balls were in the air, pads were popping and crops were ripening. The conservation community was hard at it, too. The work chariot put on 750 miles so I...
  • Former prison in Ohio draws captive audience, thanks to 'Shawshank Redemption'

    MANSFIELD, Ohio They take their "get out of jail free" cards seriously here. When the historic Ohio State Reformatory closed here in 1990 after 94 years in operation, officials wanted to tear it down. Those vast expanses of green lawn were destined to...