The fate of a deer kept as a house pet hangs in the balance as efforts continue to keep her in her home.
Above-average snowfall in late winter and spring is expected to take a toll on the Upper Peninsula’s deer.
Two men charged with killing a deer in Warren have been fined and banned from hunting for the next year.
A Downriver man and his step-brother have pleaded guilty to animal cruelty charges after hunting deer in Warren.
When a deer bounded into a Jackson County home, a resident sprang into action, locking the animal in a bathroom.
Michigan wildlife regulators are considering a plan intended to produce a more mature population of male deer in the northern Lower Peninsula.
The DNR says biological data received at check stations helps it make management decisions
Two suspected bow hunters accused of killing a deer in violation of Warren’s hunting ban are now facing a four-year felony charge for cruelty to animals.
The 2012 firearm deer season wrapped up late last week, and the Department of Natural Resources says hunter reports from around the state have been mostly positive.
One of three people accused of using in a northern Michigan poaching ring has pleaded guilty to eight misdemeanors.