A deer has taken a ride on a Pennsylvania bus.
A Pennsylvania man who allegedly shot a deer from a busy Wal-Mart parking lot on the first day of rifle season last year has been ordered to stand trial on reckless endangerment and state game charges.
The frozen yogurt store in Medford made it through the storms without any damage. but the celebrations started a bit too early.
Pennsylvania game commission educator Joe Kosack says, well-meaning people interpret fawns’ instinctive behavior, the wrong way and this can lead to something bad for the little creatures.
Shoppers and employees at a South Jersey business encountered a strange visitor who was apparently trying to save a buck this past weekend.
During deer mating season, animal-car collisions are more likely, especially for the Delaware Valley, an area that ranks amongst the highest in the nation for deer-related crashes.
A Chester County Sprint store had an unexpected guest Monday afternoon.
Officials say sharpshooters have killed 600 deer at Valley Forge National Historical Park, or nearly half of the park’s estimated deer population.
There’s no shortage of deer at Valley Forge National Historical Park. Unfortunately, an increasing number of these docile animals are showing up on the roads, especially this month.
A felon caught poaching deer and a state game warden who had him partly handcuffed engaged in a “ferocious exchange of gunfire” that killed the officer and wounded the suspect, who was arrested 11 hours later, authorities said.
Pennsylvania’s made a top-ten list, but this one’s not good news for Keystone State drivers — or for deer.
Bowhunters can sign up to thin the deer herd in Neshaminy State Park in Bucks County.
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