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Akron firefighter accused of shooting man in domestic incident

Akron firefighter accused of shooting man in domestic incident



2018-02-10T04:22:01+0000

Green, who has a conceal/carry permit, turned himself in to Akron police on Friday. Should disciplinary action be taken?





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Cleveland Animal Protective League

Today is #LoveYourPetDay and we’re making sure that our animals know they’re loved here at the Cleveland APL! Balto got to play a few extra rounds of fetch, Beau found a few blueberries among his lettuce and carrots and Jamie enjoyed a few extra pets and treats. And that’s only three of the many animals our staff and volunteers will show their love to today!

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Today is #LoveYourPetDay and we’re making sure that our animals know they’re loved here at the Cleveland APL! Balto got to play a few extra rounds of fetch, Beau found a few blueberries among his lettuce and carrots and Jamie enjoyed a few extra pets and treats. And that’s only three of the many animals our staff and volunteers will show their love to today!

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I opened the window for Frank (cat) and Kevin (APL adopted dog). Also, I let them live in my house 😁

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Ohio Division of Wildlife

Starting to gather receipts and deductions to file your taxes before the deadline in April? Consider supporting your love of nature this tax season! You can do so by donating a portion of your state income tax refund to support Ohio’s state nature preserves and wildlife.

The ODNR Division of Wildlife does not receive taxpayer dollars. Nearly all wildlife conservation in Ohio is funded by people who hunt, fish, and trap. The tax donation program is an important way that all wildlife enthusiasts can help restore and manage endangered and threatened wildlife and other species of special interest.

By making a tax donation to the “Wildlife Diversity Fund” while filing your taxes, you will be benefiting wildlife around the state. You can also give a donation to support Ohio State Nature Preserves to support new trails, educational signage, and land conservation.

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Starting to gather receipts and deductions to file your taxes before the deadline in April? Consider supporting your love of nature this tax season! You can do so by donating a portion of your state income tax refund to support Ohio’s state nature preserves and wildlife.

The ODNR Division of Wildlife does not receive taxpayer dollars. Nearly all wildlife conservation in Ohio is funded by people who hunt, fish, and trap. The tax donation program is an important way that all wildlife enthusiasts can help restore and manage endangered and threatened wildlife and other species of special interest.

By making a tax donation to the “Wildlife Diversity Fund” while filing your taxes, you will be benefiting wildlife around the state. You can also give a donation to support Ohio State Nature Preserves to support new trails, educational signage, and land conservation.

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How about making it so people could donate to a fund only used to buy more land for public hunting. Access is the biggest problem. More public land would be a win win.

Would have been a consideration if people like Scott hale wasn't screwed over....

Be nice if the money stayed with the DOW.

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Hi everyone! My name is Clarence and I am a 3-year-old guy just looking for his purr-fect home. I am just about the sweetest guy you will ever meet!! I love getting pet and giving head butts and Ill even cuddle close for a few kisses. You should visit the Cleveland APL to meet with me, I just know that we can be new best friends! #MeowMonday

 

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Clarence is such a sweetheart! He is a lover!! You will be getting a wonderful fur baby!

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This is a great cat!

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American ginseng hunters are being reminded that uncertified root may not be possessed after March 31 without a weight receipt. Anyone planning to keep uncertified ginseng beyond the deadline must schedule an appointment to get it weighed and documented: ow.ly/EYDR30irJ42

In Ohio, the harvest season for ginseng runs from Sept. 1 to Dec. 31 each year. All harvested ginseng must be certified by the ODNR Division of Wildlife prior to export from the state to verify its weight and legal origin. Federal law requires that all state lots of ginseng be separated and totaled by the year. Because of this necessity, all uncertified ginseng must be weighed and accounted for each year.
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American ginseng hunters are being reminded that uncertified root may not be possessed after March 31 without a weight receipt. Anyone planning to keep uncertified ginseng beyond the deadline must schedule an appointment to get it weighed and documented: http://ow.ly/EYDR30irJ42

In Ohio, the harvest season for ginseng runs from Sept. 1 to Dec. 31 each year. All harvested ginseng must be certified by the ODNR Division of Wildlife prior to export from the state to verify its weight and legal origin. Federal law requires that all state lots of ginseng be separated and totaled by the year. Because of this necessity, all uncertified ginseng must be weighed and accounted for each year.

 

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Can you grow and harvest your own?

Please come down hard on trespassing idiots!!! Go buy your own land or get permission!!! I f***ing can't stand trespassers wish we could hunt them!!!!!!

Uh, is it wise to show such a nice picture of the plant ? Everyone is NOT honest and everyone does not follow the rules ( we call them poachers ) . Now more folks than ever will be able to ID the plant .

John I., visited Finland last year. They have a law called Every Man's Rights. Lets anyone go anywhere and harvest natural resources, even on someone else's private property! So, like everything else in life, there is something in the middle that makes sense.

Looks like poison something.

Should allow us to harvest on public land. Around my area, it is all being plowed over to look for oil. We should be able to get it before it's all destroyed. Let us buy a ginseng licence or something.

Money, money, money. Gotta tax em to death. Money, money, money. It is a product of Mother Nature not the government.

Why does the government have to have it's hands in everything that grows naturally on ones private property. Screw the ODNR !!

Free country if you do every thing they want who's the nuts that let them be the boss

Ohio is backwards in their respect of the land.

Ginseng and Virginia Creeper look so much alike

I ask WNF about this and they didn't know what was talking about. 😂

Go burn a Marihuanna field, jackboot!

WTF

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Did you know that the Cleveland APL has many adorable small mammals available for adoption? Like Finn, a 12-month-old hamster who is waiting at our adoption center in Tremont. Visit clevelandapl.org/adopt/adoptable-animals/other-adoptables-2/ to view all of our other adoptable animals today! ...

Did you know that the Cleveland APL has many adorable small mammals available for adoption? Like Finn, a 12-month-old hamster who is waiting at our adoption center in Tremont. Visit https://clevelandapl.org/adopt/adoptable-animals/other-adoptables-2/ to view all of our other adoptable animals today!

 

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I have two rescued guinea pigs someone threw out but if i could id take him... It's hard to feed the guineas and us sometimes or id say yes in a heartbeat....

He's so cute. How much is adoption fee?

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Looks full of personality! Cute

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We want your input on Ohio's 2018-2019 Hunting Season Proposals!

Ohioans are invited to offer public comment regarding the proposed and future hunting, trapping and fishing regulations at open houses scheduled across the state. The open houses will be held on Saturday, March 3rd, between noon and 3 p.m. Open houses provide opportunities for anyone interested in sharing input and participating in Ohio’s professional fish and wildlife management process. ODNR Division of Wildlife biologists and law enforcement officers will be available to answer questions and receive comments: ow.ly/p81J30irZCS

If you can't make it to an open house, online comments will be also accepted from now through Sunday, March 4th: ow.ly/9H0r30irZDZ

A statewide hearing on all of the proposed rules will be held at the ODNR Division of Wildlife’s District One office on Thursday, March 15, at 9 a.m.
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We want your input on Ohios 2018-2019 Hunting Season Proposals!

Ohioans are invited to offer public comment regarding the proposed and future hunting, trapping and fishing regulations at open houses scheduled across the state. The open houses will be held on Saturday, March 3rd, between noon and 3 p.m. Open houses provide opportunities for anyone interested in sharing input and participating in Ohio’s professional fish and wildlife management process. ODNR Division of Wildlife biologists and law enforcement officers will be available to answer questions and receive comments: http://ow.ly/p81J30irZCS 

If you cant make it to an open house, online comments will be also accepted from now through Sunday, March 4th: http://ow.ly/9H0r30irZDZ

A statewide hearing on all of the proposed rules will be held at the ODNR Division of Wildlife’s District One office on Thursday, March 15, at 9 a.m.

 

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Anyone that hunts public land primarily for deer needs to read the new proposed rule change! Its ridiculous and all hinters need to voice their opinion on it to odnr!

I think if you want to have input you need this. If you want change we all need to have a voice. I think thay need to stop nonresident. Hunting. And put antler limet on buck's.

Does anyone really think they will listen to us Hunter's who know more about the population and things going on?

I follow different states DNR pages and have never seen such negative post. Almost everything posted is negative. Ridiculous.

It's too early to start trapping for bobcats. Let's get a better idea about population numbers. We are just starting to see them return in our area.

I hope they lower the price of out of state hunters so we get even more people from surrounding states during shotgun season!!!!

They should evaluate each wildlife area separately. Take my area paint creek wildlife area. It should be limited to buck only for a couple years.

About time they restrict the limit. Ain't a deer left on the public land by my house. I refuse to hunt it because I have better things to do than sit in empty woods. I'm all for lowering the public land limit

I don't suppose we can get a season to hunt politicians? Just with bows? Or rocks, even? I'll bet you could charge a lot of $$$ for permits and sell millions of them.

ODNR hears complaints not enough deer on public, so they offer up a change to help and people complain - SMh

How about no bucks for a couple years and only 2 does. Tired of seeing all these guys shooting 1-2 year old bucks, then say you cant eat horns, while a mature doe was standing right next to it. Let them grow. A little deer management could go a long way. But no one understands that.

Make muzzleloader season longer

Make non residents shoot a doe before they can receive a buck tag. Non residents o my come to shoot a buck and then they take them back to their state and check them in. Then back over for another one.

I’m all for lowering the limit of deer you can harvest but seems weird to target public land hunters. I only hunt bucks typically but know people who hunt anything and this rule will make it tough for them. Early and mid October is tough hunting on public without a good front, and late October through all of November is super crowded

Its awesome that the Division thinks it's ok to punish public land hunters while it's ok to allow everyone else unrestricted season lengths. To tell a public land hunter his season is potentially over December 2nd while his private land counterpart continues to hunt is a total corruption of the North American Model of Conservation.

Bounty on coyote

You guys that sq hunt with dogs,here's your chance to have a little input.

Looks like a chance for extra revenue allowed the bobcat to make the list.

If you restrict public lands guess my family is out-!!!!!

I support the public land regulations, however I'd like to see the data collected that the decision was based on. I think a statewide adjustment needs to happen, and fast. Especially with the introduction of straight walled rifles. I'm all for a straight wall season only. 2-3 day season. Open muzzle loader up for weekend hunts coinciding with breeding numbers, certain zones with higher breeding population have extended muzzy season.

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Cleveland Animal Protective League

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Join our offsite adoptions team today at H&R Block at their W. 117th location and meet adoptable animals from 11 am-2 pm! Stop by, take home a new family member from the Cleveland APL and get a start on tax season this weekend! ...

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Someone posyed at 4m and it was over already

What day is this ??

Don't wait! Registration for the 2018 Wildlife Diversity Conference is open and will fill up fast!

This year's theme is “Predators: Never Late for Dinner." Explore with us the exciting lives of some of Ohio's most unique predators, such as dragonflies, bats, and the urban coyote, just to name a few. ow.ly/WV0U30ieA7U

The conference will take place on Tuesday, March 6th at the Ohio Union, located on the campus of The Ohio State University. Doors will open at 8:00 am with a welcome beginning at 9:00 am. We will also have some exciting gifts for you including the new Raptors of Ohio field guide!

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Dont wait! Registration for the 2018 Wildlife Diversity Conference is open and will fill up fast!

This years theme is “Predators: Never Late for Dinner. Explore with us the exciting lives of some of Ohios most unique predators, such as dragonflies, bats, and the urban coyote, just to name a few. http://ow.ly/WV0U30ieA7U

The conference will take place on Tuesday, March 6th at the Ohio Union, located on the campus of The Ohio State University. Doors will open at 8:00 am with a welcome beginning at 9:00 am. We will also have some exciting gifts for you including the new Raptors of Ohio field guide!

Sign up before March 1 for just $25: http://ow.ly/nZZu308bXYh

 

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Proposal 1501:31-15-17, IS inhumane and cruelty to animals. Proposal 1501:31-15-17 guarantees the animals to struggle in excruciating pain to get free, the steel vise cuts into his or her flesh—often down to the bone—mutilating the leg or paw. Some animals, especially mothers desperate to return to their young, will even attempt to chew or twist off their trapped limbs. Proposal 1501:31-15-17, IS inhumane and cruelty to animals. Proposal 1501:31-15-17 guarantees the trapped animals to struggle for hours, sometimes days, before they finally succumb to exhaustion, exposure, frostbite, shock, and death. Proposal 1501:31-15-17, IS inhumane and cruelty to animals. Proposal 1501:31-15-17 guarantees dogs, cats, birds, and other animals—including endangered species—will be “accidentally” crippled or killed by traps placed in public areas across the country. As traps are completely indiscriminate. Proposal 1501:31-15-17, IS inhumane and cruelty to animals. These cruel methods of trapping MUST be banned in Ohio and across the country. I STRONGLY oppose trapping of ANY KIND on public lands.

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