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33 Killed/130 Injured in Mass Knife Attack – Media Outage?
Surprisingly under reported there was a massive knife attack in China this weekend.   Approximately 10 men, described as Muslim separatists from a northwestern state, ran into a busy train station randomly attacking innocent people.  Half of the assailants escaped while four were killed by police and one was... Read more
Houston man dies from flesh-eating bacteria
  A fisherman, who suffered a seemingly minor scrape during a Sunday outing on Lake Conroe, has died from an infection of flesh-eating bacteria. Travis Lee Moore, a 74-year-old retired postal worker and former firefighter from the Southeast Texas town of Chester, succumbed only five days after a fishing... Read more
CBS 11 finds two kind of ammos in short supply in TX
Are you or some of the people you know running low on ammunition? Two of the most common types of bullets are in very short supply at stores across North Texas. It seems to some the bullets are ‘worth their weight in gold.’ Phil Ryan is a firearms instructor,... Read more
First wolf attacked confirmed in Minn.
BEMIDJI, Minn. It’s being called the first confirmed attack of a person by a gray wolf in Minnesota history, according to the Department of Natural Resources. Now, a 16-year-old Solway boy is home recovering from a vicious bite wound to the head. It happened early Saturday morning at the... Read more
CCA announces “Concert for Conservation”
The super rare golden tabby tiger (video)
FWS teams up with Urban American Outdoors (video)
US Fish & Wildlife Outreach Show with Wayne Hubbard version L Res 2012 from Wayne Hubbard on Vimeo. Read more
Scientists track cougar in Hollywood
For more than a year and a half, the solitary mountain lion known as P-22 has made himself right at home in Griffith Park within view of Hollywood’s Capitol Records building. By night, he cruises the chaparral-covered canyons, dining on mule deer, raccoon and coyote. By day, while tots ride the... Read more