Bill OK’d To Let 10- To 13-Year-Olds Hunt On Public LandChildren as young as 10 could hunt on public land under a bill advancing in Michigan's Legislature.
Police Seek Person Who Shot Arrow Into Neck Of Michigan ManAuthorities are looking for the person responsible for shooting a man in the neck with an arrow in southwestern Michigan.
Hunter Shot When Dog Steps On Shotgun Trigger GuardAuthorities say a pheasant hunter in north-central Iowa was accidentally shot when a dog stepped on shotgun trigger guard and the gun fired.
Applications For Antlerless Deer Hunting Licenses On SaleThe Michigan Department of Natural Resources says the application period begins Saturday and continues through Aug. 15.
Hunters Can Apply For Limited-License Turkey SeasonsHunters have until Feb. 1 to apply for participation in one of Michigan's limited-license spring turkey seasons.
Boy Accidentally Shoots Sister At Michigan Hunting CampThe shooting happened as deer hunters headed into the woods Tuesday for the start of Michigan's firearm deer hunting season, which runs through Nov. 30.
Michigan's Firearm Deer Hunting Season Starts TuesdayMore than 550,000 hunters are hitting the fields of Michigan in search of white-tailed deer.
Select Michigan Arby's Restaurants Sell Out Of Venison Sandwich In MinutesFour restaurants in Michigan were chosen by the fast food company to test the sandwich in "popular hunting markets" within "heavy deer hunting areas."
Michigan Hunter Mistaken For Turkey, Shot With CrossbowThe 61-year-old was taken to a hospital and was expected to survive.
$5K Reward Offered After Turkey Hunting Kiosk Destroyed By VandalsIt happened just days after the information station was built by volunteers.
Michigan Officials Update Rules On Hunting Coyotes, Other Furbearing AnimalsCoyote hunting is now allowed year-round in Michigan. It previously was prohibited between mid-April and mid-July, the period when the animals breed and raise their offspring.
State: No Hunting-Related Fatalities During 2015 SeasonsFor the second year in a row, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources says no hunting-related fatalities were reported during the state's 2015 hunting seasons.