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Public comment sought on Galveston artificial reef

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is proposing to create a new 160 acre public artificial reef site south of the Galveston Jetties. The proposed site is six and a half miles from the shoreline in about 48 feet of

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Moore, Pike, Berlocher to appear at Fishing Show

TF&G Editor in Chief Chester Moore and contributing editors Doug Pike and Greg Berlocher will appear at the Texas Fish & Game booth at the Houston Fishing Show from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday. “We did this last year and had

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Huge hog stuck in fence, charges people

Hawaii-An Aina Haina resident captured a photo of a feral pig in the neighborhood on  Tuesday. The pig walked up the driveway of one home at around noon and charged Bailey, the resident’s dog. The feral pig got its tusks

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Video: In the mouth of a polar bear

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Buying a gun on Facebook takes 15 minutes

Fifteen minutes. That’s all it takes for children and people without IDs to buy illegal weapons on Facebook pages dedicated to the sale and celebration of guns. A VentureBeat investigation has uncovered dozens of pages on Facebook where guns are

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Texas state parks photo contest kicks off Saturday

Ready. Aim. Click! Grab your camera and head to one of more than 90 state parks and historic sites this spring to participate in the second annual Texas State Parks Photo Contest. With new categories added this time around, photographers

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Black footed ferrets returning to Texas?

One of my favorite creatures God created is the ferret. These feisty mustelids have a special place in my heart and since a small child I have been fascinated with the highly endangered black-footed ferret. It was one of the

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