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  • Washington Game Commision OKS Roadkill Salvaging, limits Baiting

    04/15/2016 8:03:20 AM PDT · by w1n1 · 7 replies
    Nw Sportsman ^ | 4/15/2016 | Andy Walgamott
    Washingtonians will be able to begin salvaging roadkilled deer and elk in most of the state starting later this year, and they won’t be able to use as many apples to lure in the live ones during hunting seasons. Earlier this month the Fish & Wildlife Commission approved both new regulations by wide margins. The citizen panel voted unanimously to allow the collection of muleys, blacktails and whitetails accidentally run down on roads in all but three of the state’s 39 counties, and elk statewide. The three exceptions are Clark, Cowlitz and Wahkiakum Counties, where ESA-listed Columbian whitetail deer roam....
  • Warrant seeks bullet from arm of Twin Peaks biker killed in deer collision [Waco]

    09/10/2015 4:35:04 AM PDT · by don-o · 50 replies
    Waco Herald-Tribune ^ | September 9, 2015 | TOMMY WITHERSPOON
    A McLennan County investigator has obtained a search warrant to extract a bullet from the arm of a biker — killed last week in a wreck — who was wounded in the deadly May 17 Twin Peaks shootout but left Waco before he was identified or arrested. The warrant, issued by 19th State District Judge Ralph Strother, is for a bullet in the arm of James Kenneth “Spaz” Anderson, 53, of Henderson, a member of the Bandidos. He was killed Sept. 3 when his motorcycle struck one or more deer on a highway in northwestern Nebraska. Authorities want the bullet...
  • 2 Dead Skunks Found With ‘Obama Stinks’ Sign In Fairfield, Conn.

    03/11/2015 5:02:16 AM PDT · by CGASMIA68 · 55 replies
    CBS NY CH2 ^ | 3/11/15 | Me
    FAIRFIELD, Conn. (CBSNewYork/AP) – Police in Fairfield, Connecticut, are investigating the discovery of two dead skunks with a sign reading “Obama Stinks.” Article at link I think
  • DA won’t charge bike assault thugs

    10/02/2013 10:51:12 AM PDT · by Blue Turtle · 223 replies
    The Manhattan DA’s office won’t press charges against one of the motorcycle thugs who allegedly terrorized and beat a man after a wild chase on the West Side Highway, and is reluctant to prosecute another, sources said Wednesday. Allen Edwards, 43, of Queens, who allegedly smashed Alexian Lien’s rear driver’s side window with his fist, surrendered to cops Tuesday morning but will not be charged, the sources said.
  • SEE IT: Pack of motorcyclists chase driver, his wife and child in SUV, attack him in upper Manhattan

    09/30/2013 7:47:03 AM PDT · by Nachum · 267 replies
    NEW YORK DAILY NEWS ^ | 9/30/13 | Joe Kemp
    The man’s Range Rover was surrounded by several bikers on the West Side Highway on Sunday. One biker apparently cut the driver off and slammed on the brakes just before the SUV bumped his rear tire. But when the driver stopped, several bikers began to damage his SUV. Cops are investigating. A pack of bikers pummeled a driver in upper Manhattan on Sunday, after a wild chase that began with a fender bender on the West Side Highway, cops said. The brawl erupted after the victim — who was driving his wife and their young child — became surrounded by...
  • Mont. lawmakers approve 'roadkill bill'

    04/07/2013 2:36:40 PM PDT · by JoeProBono · 64 replies
    upi ^ | April 7, 2013
    HELENA, Mont.- Montana lawmakers have approved a bill that would allow residents to salvage meat from wild animals accidentally killed on the state's roadways, officials said. The Montana state Senate approved HB 247, or the "roadkill bill," in March and it is now awaiting review by Gov. Steve Bullock, the Los Angeles Times reported. The bill would allow some Montana residents -- they would have to apply for a permit -- to take home certain roadkill for food, Republican state Rep. Steve Lavin said. "There are a lot of animals and a lot of roadway in Montana," Lavin said. "I've...
  • Montana legalises cooking and eating roadkill ['you kill it, you grill it' law.....]

    04/07/2013 12:00:37 PM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 26 replies
    Montana legalises cooking and eating roadkill Montana has become the first US state to allow drivers to cook and serve carrion picked up from road accidents under a 'you kill it, you grill it' law. By Philip Sherwell, New York 7:10PM BST 07 Apr 2013 Lawmakers in the US state have overwhelmingly passed a bill allowing locals to salvage meat from the carcasses of wild animals killed in road accidents. When signed into law by the governor, Montana could become "the ultimate drive-through destination for adventurous foodies", the website Huffington Post noted. Steve Lavin, the legislator who introduced the bill,...
  • Electronic deer deterrent could prevent over 1 million accidents each year

    12/01/2012 10:48:45 AM PST · by ColdOne · 82 replies
    foxnews.com ^ | 11/27/12 | foxnews
    A new device could stop over one million automobile accidents each year, its inventor claims. Deer Deter is an automated electronic system designed to keep wild deer and other large animals from running into oncoming traffic in the dark of night. Using a combination of light and sound, it literally stops the animals in their tracks as cars pass by.
  • (ObamaNation) 'Road Kill Cookbook' Author: Feed Needy with Roadside Recipes

    10/14/2012 2:25:32 PM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 7 replies
    West Virginia Gazette ^ | October 12, 2012 | Rick Steelhammer
    'Road Kill Cookbook' author: Feed needy with roadside recipes CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The man who helped put West Virginia on the map as a mecca for road-kill cuisine wants to put more vehicle-harvested venison in the refrigerators of the needy. "I want to start a road-kill hotline," said Jeff Eberbaugh, the author of 1991's "Gourmet Style Road Kill Cooking and Other Fine Recipes," and "Road Kill Cooking Redneck Style and More Tails From the Fast Lane," published in 1992. "I see so much good meat lying along the road going to waste. It's meat that a lot of people could...
  • Kentucky restaurant shut down after road kill found in kitchen (Chinese)

    10/01/2012 11:47:39 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 61 replies
    myFoxDC ^ | 10-01-2012 | Staff
    <p>A Chinese restaurant in Kentucky has reportedly been forced to shut its doors after allegedly serving up roadkill.</p> <p>WKYT.com reports that the Red Flower Chinese Restaurant in Williamsburg was shuttered on Thursday after a customer called the health department when she saw a dead deer being wheeled into the kitchen.</p>
  • Restaurant shut down after roadkill brought into kitchen

    09/29/2012 7:16:52 AM PDT · by skinkinthegrass · 52 replies
    wkyt.com/wymt ^ | Fri 2:22 PM, Sep 28, 2012 | Brittany Pelletz
    WILLIAMSBURG, Ky. (WKYT) - A Chinese restaurant forced to shut its doors after getting caught with a dead deer in the kitchen. It happened Thursday afternoon at the Red Flower Chinese Restaurant in Williamsburg. "We were actually joking about the, you know, the whole Chinese restaurant. You know some rumors that you hear," says Katie Hopkins, a customer of the Red Flower restaurant. But, Hopkins and her friends never imaged what would happen next, after finishing up a buffet lunch. "Two of the workers came in wheeling a garbage can and they had a box sitting on top of it....
  • (Roadkill Raccoon) Along Duluth Roadside, Road-Striping Crew Delivers A Final Insult

    09/14/2012 8:41:31 PM PDT · by DogByte6RER · 32 replies
    Duluth News Tribune ^ | September 14, 2012 | News Tribune staff,
    Along Duluth roadside, road-striping crew delivers a final insult At least one Howard Gnesen Road traveler said she wishes someone on the road crew had taken the time to clear the way before the striping truck came through this week. At least one Howard Gnesen Road traveler said she wishes someone on the road crew had taken the time to clear the way before the striping truck came through this week. Patty Donaldson of Gnesen Township said she’d seen the dead raccoon in the roadway near South Road, north of Arrowhead Road, since early this week. She said she’s been...
  • PennDOT crew paints road line over dead raccoon

    08/09/2012 9:52:44 AM PDT · by rightwingintelligentsia · 36 replies
    WPXI ^ | August 9, 2012
    JOHNSTOWN, Pa. — A Pennsylvania Department of Transportation official says a crew couldn't avoid painting over a dead raccoon when they put new double-yellow lines on a western Pennsylvania road last week. But the Tribune-Democrat of Johnstown reports Thursday that a motorist pointed out the mistake before it could be cleaned up. Sean McAfee tells the newspaper he almost wrecked his motorcycle because he was laughing so hard when he saw the freshly painted road kill in Johnstown on Aug. 2.
  • Ron Paul takes commanding early ZOT in Maine Caucus

    02/11/2012 2:03:25 PM PST · by bobbyw24 · 87 replies · 2+ views
    The Examiner ^ | 02/11/2012
    <p>Maine – Texas Congressman Ron Paul has taken a commanding lead over his GOP rivals in the Maine Caucus heading into its final day on Saturday, hoping to extinguish Rick Santorum’s modest campaign winning streak and launch a comeback of his own in the race for the Republican presidential nomination.</p>
  • Mystery Roadkill Still Unidentified after Further DNR Examination (Chupacabra, Mangy Badger?)

    08/07/2011 3:18:18 AM PDT · by nickcarraway · 30 replies
    KSAX ^ | 08/05/2011 | Joe Nelson and Laurie Stribling
    Two days after Minnesota Department of Natural Resources officials brought in a mystery carcass, found in rural Douglas County, no positive identification has been made. D.N.R. Area Wildlife Supervisor Kevin Kotts said Friday that after examining the remains, there are no clear signs of it not being a badger, however its longer tail is inconsistent with badgers he has seen. Kotts said there are clear signs that the animal was hit on the road, suffering skull fractures, but an intact jaw could help determine a positive identification. He said he expects fur trappers who have more experience with local mammals...
  • “No Labels” Group Meets … Or Why I Would Prefer You Not Call Me A Lefty

    12/14/2010 3:21:25 AM PST · by Biggirl · 35 replies · 1+ views
    http://radioviceonline.com/ ^ | December 14,2010 | Jim Vicevich
    If only this were a coalition of the left and the right working out differences. But alas, it’s just a coalition of mostly liberal politicians who used to label themselves by a political party and now would rather fly stealth. Sigh. If you are not familiar with “No Lables”, no worries, it’s brand new and they certainly deserve a Hat Tip for brevity. Here’s their declaration: We are not labels – we are people. We care deeply about our country. We are frustrated and concerned about the tone of politics. We are passionate about addressing America’s challenges. We are Democrats,...
  • Cheap Thanksgiving: Serve Roadkill Instead of Turkey

    (Nov. 22) -- With turkey prices at an all-time high this year, you may want to seriously consider serving another type of meat at your Thanksgiving dinner -- roadkill -- since it's fresh, fast and free. According to Midwest hunter Buck Peterson, author of "The Original Roadkill Cookbook" (Ten Speed Press) and other humorous outdoor parodies, the most efficient way to do Thanksgiving on the cheap is to serve your guests freshly hit and roasted roadkill instead of a traditional turkey. "This time of year is perfect for nabbing a deer on the road. The rut is on, and bucks...
  • U.S. cops suspended for driving by woman's corpse, mistaken for deer carcass

    05/29/2010 9:11:09 AM PDT · by Willie Green · 15 replies · 710+ views
    The Province ^ | May 26, 2010 | staf reporter
    Two Ohio police officers were suspended without pay for six months after admitting they drove past a woman's body at the side of the road because they thought it was a dead deer, according to news reports. The two veteran Cleveland cops, Matthew Prince and David Muniz, were sent to check on a reported body by a police dispatcher on April 5. They called the Ohio highway department saying they'd found a deer carcass, but a disciplinary hearing found that they never stopped their cruiser to double-check what they'd seen. GPS records showed their vehicle never dropped below 40 miles...
  • Georgia Opens Roadkill Cafe

    04/30/2010 6:20:20 AM PDT · by bloodmeridian · 7 replies · 296+ views
    Feed Your ADHD ^ | 4/30/2010 | Snarky Basterd
    I'm so blessed to live in Georgia. While I CAN'T carry a concealed weapon in government buildings and churches (where these days, unfortunately, more people need them), at least I get to bag my roadkill:
  • Police: Drunk Pa. Man Tried To Revive Dead Opossum

    03/26/2010 1:45:51 PM PDT · by rightwingintelligentsia · 24 replies · 648+ views
    CBS News ^ | March 26, 2010
    PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. (AP) - Police say they charged a Pennsylvania man with public drunkenness after he was seen trying to resuscitate a long-dead opossum along a highway. State police Trooper Jamie Levier says several witnesses saw 55-year-old Donald Wolfe, of Brookville, near the animal Thursday along Route 36 in Oliver Township, about 65 miles northeast of Pittsburgh. The trooper says one person saw Wolfe kneeling before the animal and gesturing as though he were conducting a seance. He says another saw Wolfe attempting to give mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Levier says the animal already had been dead a while.