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  • Lessons learned inside a Duke basketball practice
    How much can you discover while observing one Blue Devils workout? Plenty. Zion Williamson can be scary good and versatile, but that's not all.
  • College hoops power rankings: The debate for No. 1 is on
    Kansas and Kentucky are loaded. No surprise there. Duke and UNC are in the mix - as usual. But a couple of other contenders just might surprise you.
  • No. 32 recruit Tshiebwe picks WVU over Kentucky
    Oscar Tshiebwe, a 6-foot-9 center out of Pennsylvania who averaged 21.3 points and 11.7 rebounds on the Adidas Gauntlet circuit, chose WVU over Kentucky, Baylor and Illinois.
  • Sources: Talks to end 1-and-done face hurdle
    Despite hurdles, the NBA still hopes to reach an agreement with the NBPA and allow graduating high school seniors to enter the league starting with the 2022 draft.
  • Williamson, Coach K downplay NCAA concerns
    Zion Williamson led the White over the Blue in Duke's Friday night scrimmage and afterward downplayed any NCAA concerns: "I'm just a college kid, out here having fun."
  • Louisville lands another top recruit with Igiehon
    Aidan Igiehon, ranked No. 36 in the ESPN 100, has committed to Louisville over St. John's, Oregon and Kentucky.
  • Attorney: Adidas OK'd payment at Self's request
    An attorney for Adidas executive James Gatto said Gatto approved a $20K payment to the guardian of Kansas player Silvio De Sousa only after coach Bill Self requested it.
  • G League to offer $125K option to 1-and-done
    The G League will offer $125,000 Select Contracts to elite prospects who aren't yet eligible for the NBA but do not want to go the one-and-done route in college.
  • CWD Suspected in a Second Mississippi White-tailed Deer
    JACKSON – A 1.5-year-old male white-tailed deer collected on October 8, 2018 in Pontotoc County has tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) from initial testing. This is the second animal in Mississippi testing positive for the disease, which is fatal to white-tailed deer. A sample will be shipped to the National Veterinary Sciences Laboratory […]
  • Tennessee Young Sportsman Deer Hunt Oct. 27-28
    NASHVILLE — The first of two Tennessee young sportsman deer hunts for the 2018-19 season will be held the weekend of Oct. 27-28. Youth ages 6-16 years of age may participate. Participating youth can use gun, muzzleloader, and archery equipment. Young sportsmen must be accompanied by a non-hunting adult, 21 or older who must remain […]
  • Do Not Eat Advisory Issued For Clarks Marsh Deer
    The Michigan departments of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and Natural Resources (DNR) today issued a ‘Do Not Eat’ advisory for deer taken within approximately five miles of Clark’s Marsh in Oscoda Township. The advisory is due to high levels of PFOS (perfluorooctane sulfonic acid) found in a single deer taken about two miles from […]
  • Black powder offers early shot at Arkansas whitetails
    LITTLE ROCK – Deer hunting with a muzzleloader in Arkansas offers a chance to harvest a deer earlier than any other method other than archery. This year’s season opens Saturday, Oct. 20, in nearly every deer zone in Arkansas and will continue through Oct. 28. Brad Carner, the chief of wildlife management for the Arkansas […]
  • New Mexico late-season archery elk licenses available Oct. 31
    SANTA FE – 275 first-come, first-served late season bull elk archery hunting licenses will go on sale at 10 a.m. Oct. 31. The licenses will be available on the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish website. Available licenses include: Game Management Unit 12, Nov. 17-21, 25 licenses; Unit 34, Dec. 15-19, 200 licenses; and […]
  • Kentucky 2018 Deer Season Update
    FRANKFORT, Ky. — Many deer hunters rejoiced this past weekend over a break in a weather pattern that had been alternating between stifling heat and soaking rains. A cool down coincided with the two-day gun season for youth deer hunters. It also excited archery and crossbow hunters getting into the woods, blinds and tree stands. […]
  • Chronic Wasting Disease Confirmed In Upper Peninsula Of Michigan
    A 4-year-old doe killed on a deer damage shooting permit in Dickinson County’s Waucedah Township has tested positive for chronic wasting disease, marking the first confirmation of the incurable deer disease within Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. The finding was verified by Michigan State University’s Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory in East Lansing and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s […]
  • Early Maryland Muzzleloader Deer Hunting Season Set to Begin
    The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced that the first segment of Maryland’s muzzleloader deer season opens statewide Oct. 18. This is one of many deer hunting opportunities offered in the state and typically coincides with pleasant fall weather. The early muzzleloader season runs from Oct. 18-20 in Deer Management Regions A and B. Region […]
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  • Recreational crabbing closes from Cape Blanco to California
    SALEM, Ore.—Oregon Department of Agriculture and ODFW announce the immediate closure of recreational and commercial crabbing from Cape Blanco to the California border due to elevated levels of domoic acid. Crab harvesting from Cape Blanco to the Columbia River remains open in bays and estuaries, and from beaches, docks, piers, and jetties only. (The recreational […]
  • DNREC announces annual fall trout stocking of White Clay Creek
    NEWARK – DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife announced today the annual fall trout stocking of White Clay Creek, an annual tradition since 2007 to provide anglers an opportunity to fish for trout in the fall. Since rainbow trout are a cold water species that do not survive the summer, fish stocked now should provide […]
  • Survey Finds Healthy Maryland Striped Bass Reproduction
    The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced results of its annual young-of-year striped bass survey in Chesapeake Bay, which documented healthy reproduction of the state fish. The 2018 young-of-year index is 14.8, higher than the 65-year average of 11.8. Known locally as rockfish, striped bass spawn in Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries each spring. The […]
  • Commercial Spiny Lobster Fishery Closed in State Waters Around Anacapa Island
    California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) Director Charlton H. Bonham has enacted a commercial spiny lobster fishery closure effective immediately. State health agencies determined that spiny lobster near Anacapa Island in Ventura County had unhealthy levels of domoic acid and recommended closure of the commercial fishery in the area. The recreational fishery for spiny […]
  • Largemouth bass virus confirmed in lake in Alcona, Iosco counties
    After a 15-year hiatus, largemouth bass virus has re-emerged in a new northern Lower Peninsula water. This virus has been confirmed as a factor in a fish kill in Cedar Lake in Alcona and Iosco counties, Michigan, with additional lakes in the area being examined. This virus previously affected adult largemouth bass in the early […]
  • More than 12,000 lake sturgeon released into Michigan waters
    This spring and summer, the DNR and several partners released more than 12,000 juvenile lake sturgeon in public waters, part of an effort to rehabilitate this culturally significant fish species. This year’s total is twice the number stocked in 2017. The locations, totals, dates and (partner agencies) include: Allegan County Kalamazoo River: 35 fish, Aug. […]
  • Scientific review suggests reclassification of the razorback sucker
    DENVER — The razorback sucker, a native fish found in the Colorado River basin is making a comeback thanks to the work of conservation partnerships between the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), state agencies, including the Arizona Game and Fish Department, federal agencies, Tribes, industry and environmental groups. The Service recently completed a species […]
  • Pacific Salmon Commission Completes Negotiation
    The Pacific Salmon Commission has announced the conclusion of negotiations between the United States and Canada on the Pacific Salmon Treaty, resulting in a new 10-year harvest agreement. A diverse group of 59 Alaskans spent more than three years negotiating for the best deal possible for Alaska while ensuring conservation and sustainable access to our […]