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  • Hunters kill 20 alligators at refuge in controversial season

    Hunters kill 20 alligators at refuge in controversial season
    Twenty alligators were killed during the first hunting season at the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge, in a controversial event likely to be repeated next year. The yield fell short of the 22 alligators that had been permitted after years of...
  • Hunt down the hackers

    Hunt down the hackers
    Time to put more money in a reward account to find, capture and prosecute hackers in a country with the harshest rules and convictions. Set high rewards for information and conviction. Bounty hunters would delight in hunting these monsters down. I think...
  • Linkin Park to launch Hunting Party Tour at Amway Center in Orlando

    Linkin Park to launch Hunting Party Tour at Amway Center in Orlando
    Alternative metal veterans Linkin Park will launch the band's  2015 Hunting Party Tour with a Jan. 15 show at Amway Center. "The Hunting Party" also is the title of the band's latest album, a return to the hard-edged style of Linkin Park's earlier...
  • With gunman captured, Monroe County is once again open to hunting

    Now that alleged state trooper killer Eric Frein finally has been captured, the entire Pocono region is once again open for hunting seasons. Parts of State Game Lands, State Forests and National Parks Service properties in Monroe and Pike counties had...
  • Hokendauqua fly-tying

    Hokendauqua fly-tying
    With bear hunting and deer hunting taking place in New Jersey this week, and the nor'easter bringing cold and damp to the region, it may be a little difficult to think about fishing, but there will be plenty of activity to get you thinking about it soon....
  • Hunter education course offered Nov. 8 through Upper Macungie Township

    The Pennsylvania Game Commission will offer a hunter/trapper course 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 8, at Independent Park Community Center. Everyone, ages 12 and older, may take this course in order to get their Pennsylvania State Hunting License,...
  • Measure to restrict bear-hunting practices fails in Maine

    Ending a political battle watched closely by sportsmen across the state and nation, Maine voters on Tuesday were set to defeat a ballot measure that called for a ban on bear-hunting methods, such as feeding the animals pizza, to draw them into the open....
  • Deer draw sportsmen to La Cañada area

    La Cañada trail enthusiasts are hoping the end of deer hunting season will ease concerns that have recently arisen over reports of archers scoping herds dangerously close to the city’s Cross Town trail. Residents have claimed they’ve seen...
  • 818 Roundup: State grant targets traffic, safety; LCUSD responds to Sagebrush proposal; Armenian museum in Glendale

    818 Roundup: State grant targets traffic, safety; LCUSD responds to Sagebrush proposal; Armenian museum in Glendale
    Good morning, 818! Today is Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014. Temperatures for today are expected to reach a high of 90 degress and a low of 62 degrees. Your area headlines: - In response to the Glendale Unified school board approving a proposal to transfer the...
  • Lafayette College art installation tells story of Martha, the last passenger pigeon

    Lafayette College art installation tells story of Martha, the last passenger pigeon
    Its title has the ring of a classic Greek tragedy. It's not, but "Requiem: Ectopistes Migratorius," now at the Williams Center Gallery at Lafayette College in Easton, does tell a very sad story in a very big way. "Requiem" is an installation by artist/...
  • Victims of crash involving black bear identified

    Victims of crash involving black bear identified
    When eight men returning home from a weekend duck-hunting trip spotted a woman standing next to her disabled SUV and a dead black bear, they stopped to help, authorities said. But minutes after the Miami-Dade residents climbed out of three pickup...