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  1. ReadMoreRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 20 | Friends of Animals

    Wild horse advocacy groups across the country are pushing to intervene in a federal lawsuit the state of Wyoming filed recently against the U.S. Bureau of Land Management accusing the federal agency of not doing enough to reduce wild horse populations. Two coalitions of horse advocate groups filed papers in federal court in Wyoming last week seeking to enter the state's lawsuit.


  2. Bear hunt is not about population controlRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 20 | New Jersey Herald

    I live in Lake Hopatcong and am appalled to learn that in New Jersey, the government has sanctioned the killing of bears with the "bait and shoot" hunt. In the first day of the hunt alone, approximately 100 bears were killed.


  3. Letter: There's more to this pipelineRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

    As a Rindge resident whose property directly abuts the preferred route for the 36-inch, high pressure gas pipeline, I find a glaring discrepancy in the Ledger-Transcript's article reporting on the Mason pipeline meeting. My husband and I attended that meeting, as well as the one in Rindge.


  4. Marathon bombing suspect's lawyers invoke McVeighRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | WXIX-TV Cincinnati

    In this courtroom sketch, Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is depicted sitting in federal court in Boston Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014, for a final hearing before his trial begins in January. Tsarnaev is cha... BOSTON - Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev who are seeking to have his trial moved out of Massachusetts again drew parallels Monday between the media coverage of their client's case and the coverage received by Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh.


  5. Top weather conditions that amplify Lake Erie algal blooms revealedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Science Daily

    Of the many weather-related phenomena that can promote harmful algal blooms, a new study has revealed that one - the wind - is the most important. The finding suggests that environmental agencies will have to incorporate the threat of extreme weather events caused by climate change into efforts to prevent algal blooms.


  6. Aspen powder day arrives just in time for the holidaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | The Aspen Times

    Skiers and snowboarders line up for the Silver Queen Gondola Monday morning after Aspen Mountain reported nearly a foot of new snow since Sunday. The Colorado Avalanche Information Center issued an avalanche warning for the Aspen zone, as well as most of the northern and central mountains, Monday morning.


  7. Winter storm triggers highway backups, avalanche warnings, ski resort rejoicingRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 21, 2014 | The Summit Daily News

    After heavy snow and winds Sunday and Monday, CDOT avalanche control work west of the Eisenhower Johnson Memorial Tunnel created eastbound traffic delays at the Silverthorne interchange Monday morning. The backups quickly dispersed once the road reopened, but avalanche work east of the tunnel led to major delays for westbound travelers starting in Denver.


  8. Fever Tick fight heats up in South TexasRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Southwest Farm Press

    The Texas Animal Health Commission , in conjunction with the United States Department of Agriculture , recently stepped up response efforts in Cameron County to prevent infected cattle, equine and wildlife infected with cattle fever ticks from leaving the temporary quarantine zone and entering uninfected areas of the state. The latest threat is related to an outbreak of the ticks in a wild herd of nilgai, an exotic breed of Asian antelope first brought to South Texas in the 1930s.


  9. Charismatic Singer Joe Cocker Dies At 70Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    Joe Cocker died Monday at his home in Crawford, Colo., after what his publicist described as a hard-fought battle with small-cell lung cancer. He was 70. Cocker performed for five decades, recording 40 albums and dozens of hits.


  10. A fitting tribute to kids in needRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Claremont Courier

    Shoes That Fit staffers and volunteers recently put shoes to pavement to raise awareness about a very real need faced by countless underprivileged school kids. On December 13, a contingent from the local nonprofit, which each year provides brand-new athletic shoes to thousands of needy students, joined the Pomona Fairplex's Holiday 5K.


  11. Loose bear eludes capture in Phoenix suburbRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | WLBT-TV Jackson

    Authorities called off the search Monday for a black bear that was spotted running through an alfalfa farm on the eastern edge of metropolitan Phoenix. Still, officials plan to relocate the young bear to a more suitable habitat if they come across it in the future.


  12. Re-energize your career by following your hobbiesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Business Journal

    Carolyn, a client in her mid-30s, was doing a "show and tell" presentation to one of my career workshops when she began discussing, at length, her fascination with the outdoors, hiking, fishing and wildlife. She loved these activities, because of her affinity for nature and because they provided much-needed relief from a 9-to-5 office job that she loathed.


  13. Boston Marathon Bombing Suspect's Lawyers Invoke McVeighRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | WBUR-AM Boston

    Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev seeking to have his trial moved out of Massachusetts again drew parallels Monday between the media coverage of their client's case to the coverage received by Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh. It would be impossible to select impartial jurors, defense attorneys wrote in a filing Monday, because "the crimes charged inflicted actual injury on the entire local population" and "greater Boston, was itself, a victim."


  14. On the Hill: Backcountry snowboarding South Shore's Powder HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Tahoe Daily Tribune

    Breakdown: Join On the Hill host Dylan Silver as he checks out conditions at Lake Tahoe's popular Powder House backcountry zone.


  15. Court upholds ruling for California delta salmonRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Chico Enterprise-Record

    A federal appeals court on Monday upheld a 2009 federal decision that called for reducing the amount of water pumped from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta in order to protect salmon and other species. The 2009 environmental review by the National Marine Fisheries Service found that continuing to pump water from the delta at such a high rate would threaten several endangered salmon species and killer whales.


  16. Bear attacks Florida Panhandle girl who was walking her dogRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Alabama Live

    Florida wildlife officials are setting traps and attempting to capture a black bear responsible for attacking a 15-year-old girl who was injured while walking her dog Saturday night in Eastpoint, a small community near Apalachicola. After the attack, Leah Reeder was taken by ambulance to Bay Medical Center in Panama City with injuries to her head, face, back, legs and arms.


  17. Florida Forever Program Confirms 2015 Priority ListRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | WRUF-AM Gainesville

    Florida's Acquisition and Restoration Council, the ARC, approved the state's 2015 priority list last week, with more than a dozen of desired properties located in Alachua and Marion counties. The council held a public meeting on Dec. 18 to hear project proposals and ranked the sites in order of importance the next day.


  18. Barbara MunginRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | WTOC-TV Savannah

    Barbara Mungin was around toys last week, but she sure wasn't playing. Mungin assisted at the Salvation Army's annual toy giveaway, helping bring a merry Christmas to local families in one of her many volunteer endeavors.


  19. Alumni couple lends Inuit artwork for exhibition at UC DavisRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Daily Democrat

    A UC Davis alumni couple has loaned a collection of artworks by aboriginal people of the Arctic for an exhibition at the university. "Listening to the Stone: Original Inuit Art," opening at the C.N. Gorman Museum Jan. 6, is made up of about 50 carvings and a dozen works on paper collected by JA1 4rg and Christel Bieri.


  20. State rep. calls for Kane's impeachmentRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Philly.com

    Metcalfe, a conservative Republican from Butler County, said Monday that he is circulating a resolution calling for Kane's impeachment because he questions her ability to 'perform the duties of her office.' " A spokeswoman for Kane said she would have no comment.