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  • UCLA's O'Neal, Shaq's son, has heart procedure
    The son of NBA great Shaquille O'Neal says he's recovering well from a heart procedure.
  • Nova's Quinerly sorry for dissing own program
    Villanova's Jahvon Quinerly apologized after posting a statement critical of his own program on Instagram.
  • Miami loses Gak for season to injured knee
    Miami freshman forward Deng Gak will miss the rest of the season with a left knee injury, the latest blow to the Hurricanes' depth up front.
  • Sources: NCAA rule limits June access to recruits
    A new NCAA rule that in theory would enable colleges to see recruits more than in the past instead might keep some very prominent players from being seen in June.
  • Kentucky sophomore guard Green transferring
    Sophomore guard Quade Green is transferring from Kentucky, the school said.
  • Providence's No. 2 scorer to miss 4-6 weeks
    Providence freshman guard A.J. Reeves could miss a chunk of Big East play, as the team has ruled him out for four to six weeks because of a foot injury.
  • Kansas back to No. 1 while Gonzaga drops to 4th
    The preseason No. 1, the Jayhawks are again the top-ranked college basketball team in the AP Top 25 despite struggling to get past New Mexico State at home. Kansas slid into the top spot after previous No. 1 Gonzaga lost to Tennessee.
  • There are some high stakes for Saturday's slate
    We might not be in conference play yet, but Saturday's matchups still have some high stakes, including an undefeated team facing a feisty offense and a nearly must-win for the defending national champions.
  • MDC sets deer and turkey hunting dates for upcoming seasons
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Conservation Commission approved recommendations by the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) at the Commission’s Dec. 14 meeting for 2019-2020 turkey-hunting and deer-hunting season dates. 2019 SPRING AND FALL TURKEY HUNTING DATES Spring Youth Portion: April 6 and 7 Regular Spring Turkey Season: April 15 through May 5 Fall Firearms […]
  • Michigan continues the fight against CWD
    When a 4-year-old doe was confirmed positive for chronic wasting disease in Dickinson County in October, it was the first time this deadly disease affecting portions of Michigan’s white-tailed deer herd had been found in the Upper Peninsula. For many, including hunting groups and government officials, who had been involved in cooperative efforts over the […]
  • Survey Shows Marylanders Support Deer Hunting
    The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced the results of a public opinion survey, done in cooperation with the University of Delaware and Responsive Management on white-tailed deer. The telephone survey covered a range of topics and will be used to support revision of the department’s deer management plan. The survey, taken by more than […]
  • More than 60,000 Deer Checked During Ohio’s Weeklong Gun Season
    COLUMBUS, OH – Despite enduring some poor weather, hunters in Ohio checked 60,557 white-tailed deer during the 2018 weeklong deer-gun season, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). Last year, hunters checked 72,814 deer over the same period. Ohio’s deer-gun hunting season remains a tradition enjoyed by thousands of hunters for more than […]
  • TFWC Summary of Deer Management Plan
    NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s five-year strategic deer management plan was presented during the Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission’s final meeting of 2018. The two-day meeting concluded Friday at the TWRA’s Region II Ray Bell Building in the Ellington Agricultural Center. The strategic deer management plan has six major goals. This includes gathering […]
  • Commission adopts urban deer pilot program rules, groundfish regulations
    SALEM, Ore. — At their meeting in Salem today, the Fish and Wildlife Commission approved rules for a new urban deer control program for cities experiencing problems from high urban deer populations. The rules are based on SB 373 passed by the 2017 Oregon Legislature, which called for the development of a pilot program to […]
  • New Deer Hunting Regulations Proposed for Kentucky 2019 Season
    FRANKFORT, Ky. — New public land deer hunting regulations highlighted the quarterly meeting of the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission Friday, Dec. 7. The commission recommends all hunting, fishing and boating regulations to the Kentucky General Assembly for approval. The Legislature must approve regulation recommendations before they become law. The commission proposed changes for deer […]
  • GFP Commission Modifies Deer Proposal
    PIERRE, S.D. – During the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks’ (GFP) Commission meeting this week, enhancements were made to an existing proposal to give all deer hunters a chance of obtaining their most preferred deer license more often. The existing proposal was reverted back to the GFP Commission by the Legislature’s Rules Review Committee […]
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  • Algae and infrastructure likely cause of fish egg loss at Cole Rivers Hatchery
    ROSEBURG, Ore – Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife hatchery staff are reporting an unusual level of loss among spring Chinook eggs and newly hatched fish at Cole Rivers Hatchery. Agency fish health specialists believe an algae overload and aging infrastructure is the likely cause of the loss. Approximately 360,000 spring Chinook eggs and fry […]
  • Snook harvest seasonal closure in Atlantic starts Dec. 15
    The recreational harvest season for snook closes Dec. 15 in Atlantic state and federal waters, including Lake Okeechobee and the Kissimmee River, and will remain closed through Jan. 31, 2019, reopening to harvest Feb. 1. Anglers may continue to catch and release snook during the closed season. Most state and all federal waters in the […]
  • Northern California Commercial Dungeness Crab Season Delayed
    Based on results of another quality test, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) Director Charlton H. Bonham has announced an additional 15-day delay of the northern California commercial Dungeness Crab season. The new opener date is Dec. 31. Results of the Dec. 4 quality test continue to show that Dungeness Crab are not […]
  • Commission adopts urban deer pilot program rules, groundfish regulations
    SALEM, Ore. — At their meeting in Salem today, the Fish and Wildlife Commission approved rules for a new urban deer control program for cities experiencing problems from high urban deer populations. The rules are based on SB 373 passed by the 2017 Oregon Legislature, which called for the development of a pilot program to […]
  • Commercial Dungeness crab season delay continues
    NEWPORT, Ore. – The opening of the commercial Dungeness crab season will be delayed until at least Dec. 31 along the entire Oregon coast as testing shows crabs are still too low in meat yield in some areas of the coast. The ocean commercial Dungeness crab season in Oregon is targeted to open Dec. 1, […]
  • Oregon wild winter steelhead angling regulations in Southwest Zone
    ROSEBURG, Ore – Wild winter steelhead are starting to show in some Southwest Zone rivers, and ODFW reminds anglers of harvest limits. In August, the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission adopted a regulation to decrease the wild winter steelhead harvest limit in Southwest Zone rivers from one per day/five per season to one per day/three […]
  • TrophyCatch awards Season 6 Phoenix bass boat package
    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s (FWC) TrophyCatch program awarded its Season 6 Phoenix 819 Pro bass boat and trailer, powered by a 200 hp Mercury Marine outboard, guided with a MotorGuide trolling motor and anchored with a Power-Pole, to Benjamin Porter from Jacksonville. The boat giveaway was hosted at the Bobby Lane Cup […]
  • FWC adds new opportunities to catch a Florida Saltwater Fishing Record
    Beginning Jan. 1, 2019, anglers will have more opportunities to catch a Florida Saltwater Fishing Record. Four new species – white grunt, blueline tilefish, schoolmaster snapper and red porgy – will be added to the list of species eligible for a Florida Saltwater Fishing Record. Catches for these newly-added species must be made on or […]