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Police planned Friday to present their case to prosecutors on whether charges should be filed against an 80-year-old man who fatally shot of one of two burglars who attacked him when he found them ransacking his home.More >>
Prosecutors were waiting Friday for the results of a police investigation into the killing of a burglar by an 80-year-old California homeowner who says he shot the woman in the back as she fled his home and ran down an...More >>
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FL (WFLX) - Southwest Florida investigators are looking into a disturbing photo posted online. It shows a man holding a cat by it's "scruff" and pointing a gun at its head. The FacebookMore >>
Southwest Florida investigators are looking into a disturbing photo posted online. It shows a man holding a cat by it's "scruff" and pointing a gun at its head.More >>
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is responding to a shortage of non-lead ammunition by entering hunters into a raffle if they remove lead-tainted gut piles.
Lead ammunition is the leading cause of death for the endangered California condor.
Hunters who draw a tag in the condor's range in northern Arizona get a free box of non-lead ammunition, but the department says it's in short supply.
Officials are encouraging hunters to remove gut piles of animals shot with lead ammunition and bring them to a check station to be entered into the raffle. The prizes include a trip on the Grand Railway, passes to Grand Canyon National Park and gift cards.
The department says 85 percent to 90 percent of hunters voluntarily use non-lead ammunition or remove gut piles.
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