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August 15, 2018

South Dakota TIPs arrest numbers highest in program history

PIERRE, S.D. — As summer comes to an end and hunting seasons ramp up, South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) is asking citizens to make the call to the Turn In Poachers (TIPs) hotline if they observe illegal hunting, fishing or trapping activity – as they have, and in force, in the last year. […]

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Two Waterloo men charged with illegally killing antlered deer

WATERLOO – The Iowa DNR Law Enforcement Bureau was contacted by the Waterloo Police Department after they conducted a traffic stop earlier this month of two males who had illegally killed two antlered deer that were still in velvet. A DNR Conservation Officer responded and charged Paul Lu, 31, and Kyaw Wahny, 19, both of Waterloo, with

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Anchorage looks for options to reduce bear encounters

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Anchorage officials are examining measures to tighten regulations on trash, aiming to reduce the number of bear encounters in the city. The Anchorage Daily News reports Anchorage Assembly members discussed options to tackle the issue at a recent work session, including adopting new fines and shifting the times when residents can take

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