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Wendy Davis ads caveats to gun position

UPDATE: Abbott spokesman Matt Hirsch said, “Greg Abbott believes that Texans’ constitutional rights don’t stop at the city limits.” ORIGINAL POST: AUSTIN – Sen. Wendy Davis got some criticism from her own party when she came out for open carry

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Texas pronghorn stockings continue

AUSTIN — The continuation of the Trans-Pecos Pronghorn Restoration Project progressed with another successful relocation of almost 100 pronghorn recently. The animals were captured from healthy populations around Pampa and moved to an area southeast of Marfa to supplement severely

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Texas game wardens “water proofed”

Victoria — On February 11 and 12, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) game wardens are providing officer water survival (OWS) training in advance of the spring and summer water safety season. This training is part of the National Association

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Dallas-Fort Worth bobcats under study

Researchers, wildlife managers and local government officials from Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Utah State University, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Wildlife Service-National Wildlife Research Center, and Welder Wildlife Foundation have begun a study on the ecology of bobcats in

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Alligator garfish found in Myanmar

YANGON – When Nyi Min Htut went to the market to buy his fish he had no idea that he would be returning with a two foot, nine inch alligator gar fish, the first to be caught in Myanmar. The

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Man shoots arrows at police

A Snellville-area man holed up in his home after a domestic dispute Wednesday night shot arrows at police, grazing the face of one of the officers. Gwinnett Police spokesman Cpl. Jake Smith said Thomas Warren Burt, 28, was arrested and charged

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New Texas record buck?

The details were still cloudy at press time, but word on the street is that eastern Texas has produced a record book whitetail that ranks as the highest scoring open range non-typical ever reported statewide in the 22-year history history

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