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Montana town of grizzly attack a popular stop for cyclists

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HELENA Mont. — A tiny western Montana town where a grizzly bear pulled a woman from her tent and killed her this week welcomes...

Ted Turner to give land to nonprofit but keep paying taxes

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LINCOLN, Neb. — Media mogul and billionaire bison rancher Ted Turner is donating an 80,000-acre ranch he owns in western Nebraska to his own...

California identifies new, rare gray wolf pack

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SAN FRANCISCO — A new pack of gray wolves has been identified in Northern California, becoming the third pack to establish itself in the...

Drought, heat, fire force fishing ban on Colorado River

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DENVER — Colorado wildlife officials on Wednesday urged anglers to avoid fishing along a stretch of the Colorado River because low flows during a...

All-County team: Boys track and field

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The most accomplished distance runner in Whiteland history is forever connected to the western half of the all-weather oval at Ben Davis High School. It...

Sheriff: Alligator attack suspected in Florida woman’s death

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VALRICO, Fla. — An alligator apparently attacked a woman whose body was found in a retention pond near Tampa, sheriff's officials said. ...

US proposes removing Colorado River fish’s endangered status

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DENVER — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Tuesday it plans to propose reclassifying a rare Colorado River Basin fish called the razorback...

Study says hunting, poaching reduce Wisconsin wolf numbers

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TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — As many as one-third of Wisconsin's gray wolves likely died at the hands of humans in the months after the...

US lobster fisheries anxious over upcoming whale protections

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PORTLAND, Maine — The profitable U.S. lobster fishery will soon have to contend with new rules designed to protect an endangered species of whale,...

‘Nobody’s winning’ as drought upends life in US West basin

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TULELAKE, Calif. — Ben DuVal knelt in a barren field near the California-Oregon border and scooped up a handful of parched soil as dust...