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Nevada trapper fined for violations that damaged wildlife
A judge also ordered the trapper to serve consecutive jail sentences of five days for each count.
Sexy ads promote water saving with a wink in San Francisco
Major water reservoirs statewide are at just 42 percent of capacity.
Wheat harvest tradition returns across Kansas
Harvest is slowly beginning across Kansas this week.
Wet weather continues to boost moisture supplies across SD
The report says there were five days suitable for fieldwork.
Massachusetts beekeepers lose bee colonies
It’s the second-highest loss recorded since year-round surveys began in 2010.
Fire that has scorched Idaho park is mostly contained
The fire began on Saturday afternoon.
Oregon’s mosquito control effort focuses on larvae
New federal environmental guidelines prompted the changed policy.
Northwest Missouri man dies in 4-wheeler accident
The ATV fell on top of him.
Drone ban wins support from hunters, animal advocates
Drone ban wins support from hunters, animal advocates
A proposed ban on using aerial drones for hunting and fishing was met with a warm reception in the Oregon House Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources on Feb. 10.