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The Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF) is accepting applications for its 2014 Scholarship Program, awarding $40,000 in college scholarships.

The TDA announces its Sportsmen Night Out events in May. Both fund-raising events will welcome hundreds of sportsmen and their families for a fun evening.

Hogs for a Cause is a faith based service in Belton that’s been distributing feral hog meat for years in Central Texas. It was started by Dave Haehn.

The NYPD used night vision trail cams, not Batman, to help stop subway copper thieves within 3 hours of the first camera being installed according to the MTA.

Spring turkey hunting is a great way to get back to basics according to Will Leschper. A gobbler is near the top of the list of hampering hunter success.

The California Fish & Game Commission voted to propose an end to predator hunting competitions. The law makes it illegal to offer rewards for hunting predators.

U.S. Sen. John Cornyn (R-Tex.) has written U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to ask about the Department of Justice’s exploration of “smart gun” technology.

A massive bighorn sheep that died of natural causes in Alberta and was found by wildlife officials could be a new World’s Record, according to the B&C Club.

Mike Lambeth, 55, an outdoor writer and a Journal contributor, died April 10 in Woodward, Oklahoma while participating in the Lt governor’s annual turkey hunt.

On May 21 the TPWD will recognize land stewards representing private ranches and give awards recognizing achievements of a landowner cooperative & educator.