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PIERRE (AP) - The number of deer licenses will be reduced in some West River hunting units because disease has killed many white-tailed deer, South Dakota wildlife officials said on Sept. 19. Similar cuts in licenses also have been proposed for some...
The Outdoor Forum is having a pheasant photo contest. The winning photograph will be featured as the cover shot of the October issue of Outdoor Forum, and a $100 cash prize will also be awarded to the winning photographer. We are looking for pictures of...
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department has been monitoring die-offs of white-tailed deer across portions of the state and must make adjustments to some West River deer hunting units. Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) has been confirmed in...
Tribune reportersContinual coverage of the trial of Drew Peterson for the murder of his third wife, Kathleen Savio. -------------------- 6:10 p.m. Jury asks to go home Judge Edward Burmila told jurors they could go home or keep deliberating, and the jury has...
KTLA NewsKAMPALA, Uganda -- Teams in Uganda are trying to track down anyone who came into contact with patients infected with the Ebola virus, which has killed at least 14 people there this month, authorities said Monday. "This is very, very important, to trace...
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Washington's Most WantedTactical gunshot wound training is a course for members of law enforcement and E.M.T.s It’s designed to help the police survive a gunshot when emergency personnel may be far away. Captain Grant Lightfoot with the Anacortes police department has...
February 14: Author - Joe Piscatella Talks About His Book, Prevent, Halt and Reverse Heart Disease: 109 Things You Can DoWGN NewsJoe Piscatella To purchase a copy of the book: Prevent, Halt & Reverse Heart Disease: 109 Things You Can Do Tips: TWO IS BETTER THAN ONE Taking two baby aspirin may protect your heart more than taking one baby aspirin, with only a minuscule increase...
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An Aberdeen man accused of shaking his child faces abuse-related charges. Jovan P. Primeaux, 28, who also has a Mobridge address in court files, requested a court-appointed attorney during a court hearing last week. He did not enter pleas. Aggravated...
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Daily American Staff WriterThe Windber Area School District is facing a projected $1.6 million shortfall in the 2012-13 budget. Adding to the dilemma, the school district has been hemorrhaging reserve funds for years. School board members agreed Tuesday that they need to stop...
The Baltimore SunEthan Phillip Weibman who plead guilty last fall to animal abuse in the death of one cat and the beating of another was sentenced Wednesday to 90 days in prison. After District Judge Charles A. Chiapparelli’s ruling, officers immediately took the...
The director of a UC Irvine medical facility died of drowning after blunt-force trauma to her head, but the manner in which she died remains unknown, according to a county coroner's report. Dr. Marianne Cinat, 45, was found dead in her pool at her...
Pop & HissVocal hemorrhaging has sidelined the young soul sensation since early October; now there’s a chance she’ll miss her big night. In 2009 after she received four Grammy nominations, young British soul singer Adele said she didn’t deserve to...
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