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  • Meet the No. 1 players in the 2020, 2021 and 2022 recruiting classes
    ESPN unveiled its updated 2020, 2021 and 2022 college basketball recruiting rankings. Here are the No. 1 players on each list.
  • Vanderbilt signs Pippen Jr., son of Hall of Famer
    Vanderbilt landed its first signee under new head coach Jerry Stackhouse: Scotty Pippen Jr., the son of Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen.
  • Payoff videos, tale of $11K in shoe highlight trial
    Jurors in the college basketball corruption trial Thursday watched videos of coaches settling down in a Las Vegas hotel room, where wads of cash or envelopes were either exchanged or promised in exchange for securing influence with top players.
  • Tar Heels' Woods says he's transferring
    Seventh Woods became an internet sensation before committing to North Carolina, thanks to videos of his dunking prowess.
  • Video: Dawkins boasted of ties to Miller, others
    A video recording of a conversation that was played Wednesday in the college basketball corruption trial featured aspiring sports agent Christian Dawkins promoting his connections to top coaches, including Arizona's Sean Miller.
  • Ole Miss basketball legend Neumann dies at 68
    Ole Miss basketball legend Johnny Neumann died Tuesday following a lengthy illness, the school announced Wednesday. He was 68.
  • 5-star prospect Juzang will reclassify into 2019
    Five-star prospect Johnny Juzang said he will reclassify from 2020 into the 2019 class.
  • Illinois lands prized Jamaican big man Cockburn
    Illinois has signed prized big man Kofi Cockburn to a national letter of intent.
  • Time running out to apply for a Kentucky elk hunt
    FRANKFORT, Ky. – Time is running out to apply for the most coveted elk hunt in the eastern United States. Hunters have until midnight (Eastern time) on Tuesday, April 30, to apply for Kentucky’s quota elk hunt. Applications are available online at fw.ky.gov. Hunts are open to Kentucky residents and non-residents. Adults and youth may […]
  • MDC finds more deer with CWD
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reports 41 new positive test results for chronic wasting disease (CWD) have been confirmed following its sampling and testing of more than 32,000 free-ranging Missouri deer during its 2018-2019 disease-surveillance efforts. The 41 new positive test results bring Missouri’s total CWD detections to 116 since […]
  • Chronic Wasting Disease Confirmed in One Farmed Oklahoma Elk
    OKLAHOMA CITY — An elk from a farmed herd in Lincoln County has tested positive for chronic wasting disease (CWD), according to the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food & Forestry (ODAFF) and the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. The 2-year-old bull elk died as the result of an injury. The elk was tested through routine […]
  • Iowa nonresident deer applications open soon
    Mark your calendar for May 4 The first day to apply for an Iowa nonresident deer application is May 4. Applications close June 2 at midnight, so mark your calendar and don’t miss out! Preference point purchases and applications are no longer available by phone this season and will only be accessible online. Please follow […]
  • CDFW Accepting Applications for Deer and Pig Hunting in Western Merced County
    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is now accepting applications for a limited number of deer and pig hunting permits for the opening weekend of the A Zone general deer season, Aug. 10-11, 2019. This is not a special hunt, but rather a drawing to control the number of hunters on popular public […]
  • South Dakota Public Asked to Report Dead Deer
    PIERRE, S.D. – South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) is asking the public to report dead deer. GFP has documented deer mortalities across the state believed to be caused by the severe winter. Although most deer are conditioned to survive short periods of harsh winter weather, extended periods of cold temperatures and deep snow […]
  • DEC Announces 2018-19 Deer Harvest Estimates
    Hunters in New York harvested an estimated 227,787 deer during the 2018-19 hunting seasons, approximately 12 percent more than the previous season, State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos announced today. “Hunting benefits all New Yorkers by reducing negative impacts of deer on forests, agricultural crops, and communities, while contributing an estimated $690 […]
  • DEM Offers Lecture On Chronic Wasting Disease
    PROVIDENCE – The Department of Environmental Management (DEM) will host an informational program on Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) this month in West Warwick. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CWD has been found in wild and captive deer and elk in 24 states including states in the Midwest, Southwest, and limited […]
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  • Anglers help protect Michigan’s waters from invasive mudsnails
    Thousands of anglers across the state are poised to dip their waders into cold-water Michigan lakes, rivers and streams beginning Saturday, looking to tempt a prize brookie, a colorful rainbow or sleek German brown trout. As they move from one spot to the next, anglers can unknowingly help spread a devastating invasive species, the New […]
  • Grouper, hogfish season reopens May 1 in Atlantic, Monroe County waters
    The following species will reopen to recreational harvest May 1 in Florida state and federal waters of the Atlantic: hogfish; gag, black, red, yellowmouth and yellowfin grouper; scamp; red hind; rock hind; coney; and graysby. Hogfish will remain open through Oct. 31, 2019, on the east coast of Florida as well as south and east […]
  • States approve 3rd Spring Chinook re-opener on lower Columbia
    CLACKAMAS, Ore. – Fishery managers from Oregon and Washington added two additional days, Saturday April 27 and Sunday April 28, to the lower Columbia spring Chinook fishery. The previous re-openings, which occurred the last two weekends, resulted in low catch rates due to poor water conditions. Water conditions are expected to remain challenging this weekend […]
  • Georgia Night Time Public Fishing Areas Open May 1
    SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. – For those evenings when you just want to wet a line no matter what the time, you can now night fish at nine Public Fishing Areas beginning May 1 through Sept. 30, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division (WRD). “With last year’s success of allowing night […]
  • Annual season closure for snook in Gulf state and federal waters starts May 1
    Snook will close to all harvest in Gulf state, federal and inland waters, including all of Monroe County and Everglades National Park, starting May 1. Seasonal harvest closures conserve Florida’s valuable snook populations and help sustain and improve the fishery for the future. Snook also remain catch and release only in waters from the Pasco-Hernando […]
  • Maryland Battles Northern Snakehead with Information
    The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is increasing its efforts to educate the public about the northern snakehead, an invasive fish found throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed. The department has introduced several informational videos, supplemental fact sheets and an updated webpage. Northern snakeheads were first observed in Maryland waters in 2002, and the species gained […]
  • California General Trout Season Opens April 27
    One of California’s most anticipated and celebrated outdoor traditions unfolds Saturday, April 27 one hour before sunrise when the state’s general trout season opens in many counties throughout California. In the last three weeks, California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) trout hatcheries have stocked more than 170,000 trout weighing nearly 95,000 pounds. Trout fishing […]
  • ODFW hosts free family fishing event at Trojan Pond April 27
    CLACKAMAS, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will host a family fishing event at Trojan Pond on Saturday, April 27 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. These events are designed to help kids and their families learn fishing basics, and enjoy a day outside. ODFW will provide rods and tackle on a […]