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  1. Injured California hiker, 62, found after 9-day searchRead the original story w/Photo

    3 min ago | Channel3000

    Miyuki Harwood, 62, of Orangevale, California, had been missing in the rugged Sierra Nevada Mountains for nine days. Search teams on foot, two helicopters and a drone had come up dry.


  2. Protesters picket outside TV production company's officesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | WMTW-TV Auburn



  3. Labor Day Weekend Packed with FunRead the original story w/Photo

    17 min ago | The Intelligencer

    Anyone visiting Wheeling over the Labor Day weekend may hear the roar of high-powered speed boat engines on the river, guns blasting at Camp Russel or symphonic music in the hills of Oglebay Park. A bit of wood carving and some fireworks bursting in air round out the Labor Day weekend schedule of events in and around Wheeling.


  4. Deer breeding is not CWD threatRead the original story

    21 min ago | MySanAntonio.com

    Contrary to claims by critics, deer breeding operations have significant oversight, and free roaming animals are more likely to spread chronic wasting disease. Jenny Sanders of Texans for Saving Our Hunting Heritage recently took to these pages to claim that deer breeding, a $1.2 billion industry in Texas that supports 1,800 jobs, should be blamed in light of the finding of chronic wasting disease on a deer farm in Medina County.


  5. Surfer uninjured after great white chomps her boardRead the original story w/Photo

    36 min ago | Post and Courier

    Elinor Dempsey, 54, of Los Osos, California, said she was surfing at Morro Strand State Beach, just north of Morro Bay, around 10 a.m. when a shark swam under her board and chomped on it, leaving an approximately 14-inch wide bite mark. Other surfers who saw the attack warned everyone else to get out of the water.


  6. Shall we dance?Read the original story w/Photo

    36 min ago | The Messenger

    Three days of all-out action featuring some of the Midwest's most well-known polka bands annually draw thousands of people to the fairgrounds of this Humboldt County town. Camping is available all three days, and food stands are open every day.


  7. Dale Appel is the man behind Boone's successful water rescueRead the original story w/Photo

    38 min ago | Cincinnati.com

    In this 2002 photo,- Boone County Water Rescue Capt. Dale Appel looks over the submerged walkway at the Villa Hills Marina as rain continues to fall May 17, 2002.


  8. Editorial shot at NRA far off markRead the original story w/Photo

    41 min ago | Journal Gazette

    Jeremy Greene is director of the National Rifle Association's general operations marketing and media relations division.


  9. Hunting geese can be a challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    43 min ago | The Times-Tribune

    There are countless sources from the printed word to social media to DVDs and television programs with tips dealing with every aspect of having a successful resident Canada goose Finding a place to hunt these flocks is often as simple as knowing someone who has paid a veterinarian bill for a pet that became seriously ill after being exposed to the droppings of these big birds. Other good sources are those who have had a pond fouled by the honkers or have had what was once a soybean crop turned into a barren field.


  10. DNR schedules courtesy boat inspectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    45 min ago | The Summerville Journal-Scene

    In an effort to keep state waterways safe during the upcoming Labor Day holiday weekend, the S.C. Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division will again be conducting courtesy safety inspections at some public boat landings. S.C. Department of Natural Resources boating safety and enforcement officers will perform a quick, but thorough, inspection for items such as required safety equipment and proper boat and motor registration.


  11. Newport native finds calling in duck-hunting tradeRead the original story w/Photo

    59 min ago | Arkansas Online

    Sports and outdoor activities have always come easy for Newport native David Hohn.


  12. Bison numbers surge in Yellowstone National ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Boston.com

    Even for a park with a history of unhappy encounters between people and wildlife, 2015 is shaping up as an eventful year for Yellowstone and its bison. Since mid-May, five visitors have been hurt - gored, trampled, or tossed into the air - in run-ins with the park's most famous residents.


  13. Ready or not, deer season is nearRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Morning Journal

    The Ohio opening day for archery deer hunting will open on Sept. 26, and that doesn't leave much time for hunters to get ready.


  14. Officials work to raise awarenessRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Alamogordo Daily News

    La Luz Elementary School Principal Richard Harrid and a Otero County Sheriff Office deputy speak to the La Luz Elementary student body at an assembly about rattlesnakes Friday afternoon in the school's cafeteria. The Otero County Sheriff's Office and La Luz Elementary School teamed up to educate students about rattlesnake awareness Friday afternoon in the school's cafeteria after the Alamogordo Police Department and Animal Control Office have seen a spike in rattlesnake sightings this summer.


  15. Pro surfer Jill Hansen not responsible for 'road rage' attack in HawaiiRead the original story

    1 hr ago | OC Metro

    The 12-story, 466-room luxury hotel would cost $150 million-plus to build, largely financed by a 70 percent return on bed taxes collected over 20 years. The Newport Beach home on TV's once-hot "The O.C." - actually a gated villa in Malibu - is for sale at $6.25 million.


  16. Post your commentRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Bangkok Post

    Ethiopian Mare Dibaba lived up to her billing as the world's fastest marathon runner by winning the gruelling event at the world championships in a sprint finish on Sunday. Ethiopia's Mare Dibaba wins the final of the women's marathon athletics event at the 2015 IAAF World Championships at the "Bird's Nest" National Stadium in Beijing on August 30, 2015 Dibaba timed 2hr 27min 35sec to edge Kenya's Helah Kiprop by just one second after a sprint in the final 50 metres of the race held in overcast, relatively cool conditions.


  17. Heat wave to ease up slightlyRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Orange County Register

    The recent heat wave is expected to start cooling slightly today and continue into the week. Though the change will be slight, it will be less than the almost triple digit numbers some cities hit Saturday.


  18. Tia Mitchell: More than gun control, lawmakers should talk about how to prevent more tragediesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | St. Augustine Record

    I watched that fateful video report not long after news of the incident hit social media, before it was publicly known that the cameraman and reporter had not only been targeted but killed in the attack. The face Alison Parker made when she saw the shooter - and her screams - now haunt me.


  19. Hunters willing to pay feesRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Altoona Mirror

    Days after the state Game Commission announced a proposal to increase costs of hunting licenses and add-on fees, several local hunters support the proposed changes while also admitting some may be less welcoming. Under the proposal, the basic adult license would increase in stages from $20.70 to $40.70.


  20. Parker: How much before enough is enough?Read the original story

    1 hr ago | Martinsville Bulletin

    Last Wednesday my daughter Alison, who many of you knew and watched grow up here in Martinsville, was brutally struck down in the prime of her life by deranged gunman.