Hunters took to the woods bright and early Monday morning. It wasn’t exactly the weather they had hoped for, but it was a little colder than last year, which was helpful.
On the first day of buck season, a steady stream of trucks rolled into Shuba’s Deer Processing in Washington, where Steve Shuba continues a fifty year family tradition.
Thousands of hunters are expected to head into the woods Monday morning to mark the start of the gun deer hunting season.
Monday marks a big day for deer hunters. It’s the start of deer season.
Local hunters can donate deer to help fight hunger through a program called “Hunters Sharing the Harvest.”
A Wednesday morning chain-reaction accident in Reserve Township is being blamed on a deer.
One person was killed and another was injured in a Sunday evening accident in Butler County.
It’s a common scene around here — deer darting in and out of traffic.
A mother is mourning her son after he was killed in an overnight accident in Westmoreland County.
Watch as a deer and a skateboarder going 40mph collide!
A bank in Oakdale had one of its windows shattered in an apparent break-in this morning, but the suspect in the case was able to hoof it out of there without being caught.
What’s killing deer in three communities in Beaver County? The Pennsylvania Game Commission suspects it’s something called EHD, or Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease.
The recent weather has been so warm that groundhogs like Phil may wake up earlier this winter. The same goes for deer, skunks and raccoons. Those are some of the findings from a study at Cornell University.
KDKA AM’s Larry Richert and John Shumway address the process to claim and process a deer you’ve hit with your car.
While hunters complain that deer in the forest are on the decline, in urban and suburban Allegheny County, the Game Commission says the opposite is true – the population is at an all-time high.