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  • Federal study could set stage for tribal whaling to resume

    SEATTLE On Friday, NOAA Fisheries released a draft environmental study that could set the stage for the resumption of whaling off the Washington coast by the Makah Indian tribe. The draft proposes six different options ranging from prohibiting an...
  • New season for hunting licenses starts April 1

    Illinois officials are reminding hunters and other outdoor enthusiasts to renew their state licenses. The new license year begins April 1 for hunting, fishing and other outdoor recreation. Officials say a combination one for fishing, hunting and...
  • 3 Va. men plead guilty to bear hunting charges

    Three men have been fined after pleading guilty in Nelson County to misdemeanor bear hunting charges. Justin A. Perry, of Greenville and Roger Matthew Lowery of Raphine each pleaded guilty on Wednesday in Nelson County General District Court to...
  • State appeals ruling blocking fenced hunting preserve rules

    The Indiana attorney general's office is appealing a court ruling that state wildlife officials overstepped their authority in trying to shut down Indiana's high-fenced deer-hunting preserves. The state Court of Appeals ruled last month that since...
  • Talk of the County: 'No' to hunters in Lake County Forest Preserves

    Talk of the County: 'No' to hunters in Lake County Forest Preserves
    'No' to hunters in preserves Hunters in the Lake County Forest Preserves? I hope not. It would be more than $60,000 after all the lawsuits that would be filed. The forest preserves has my "No" vote for any referendum from now on. Buy food rather than...
  • Supreme Court appears to lean in favor of allowing searches of motel registries

    Supreme Court appears to lean in favor of allowing searches of motel registries
    The Supreme Court justices, hearing arguments in a Los Angeles case, sounded prepared Tuesday to revive a city ordinance that gives the police the authority to regularly check motels' guest registries without search warrants. City officials say these...
  • Council approves additional bear hunt for '16, expanded area

    New Jersey's bear hunt could be expanded under a plan approved Tuesday by the state's Fish and Game Council. The council approved adding an October hunt next year, expanding the geographic area of the hunt starting this year and increasing the number...
  • Malloy Cuts For Parks, Hunting, Fishing Leave Lawmakers With Harsh Choices

    Malloy Cuts For Parks, Hunting, Fishing Leave Lawmakers With Harsh Choices
    HARTFORD — The stark choices lawmakers are facing as they prepare to deal with budget deficits were made brutally clear Monday in discussions about Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed reductions in programs for state parks, fish hatcheries and pheasant...
  • Tax-Deductible: Pet Move, Pregnancy Test, Sex Change, Work Shoes, Whaling

    Tax-Deductible: Pet Move, Pregnancy Test, Sex Change, Work Shoes, Whaling
    Bless the house cleaner for turning your 2,400-square-foot debris field into a tidy home twice a month. It gets better: If you've paid the hard-working home-saver more than $1,900 in a calendar year, you also qualify for a tax break. That assumes, of...
  • Once Strict 'Blue Laws' Have Largely Faded

    Once Strict 'Blue Laws' Have Largely Faded
    Until the 1980s, if you tried buying a pair of blue jeans, a place setting of flow blue china or a blue racer snake in Connecticut on a Sunday, you would likely have found yourself singing the blues. State law kept most stores shuttered. Though many...
  • South Whitehall man honored by game commission

    South Whitehall man honored by game commission
    For more than 35 years, Franklin Hoffman of South Whitehall Township has been teaching the Pennsylvania Game Commission's Hunter Safety Education course. And while he's seen literally thousands of children and adults pass the course and go on to become...