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HELENA, Mont. -- Wildlife officials set traps, installed wilderness cameras and scouted the woods by helicopter Thursday for the bear that attacked and killed a U.S. Forest Service employee as he rode a mountain bike along a trail outside Glacier National Park. Comment?
HELENA, Mont. -- A grizzly bear attacked and killed a 38-year-old mountain biker Wednesday as he was riding along a trail just outside Glacier National Park, Montana authorities said. Comment?
A newborn bison that was euthanized soon after tourists at Yellowstone National Park put it in their car, which officials said caused its herd to reject it. A Canadian man and his son loaded a Yellowstone National Park bison calf into their vehicle last month because they thought it was an abandoned newborn that would die without their help, the men said in their first interview since park officials had to euthanize the animal. Comment?
A group of bison grazes, Monday, Feb. 14, 2011, just inside Yellowstone National Park near Gardiner, Mont. U.S. District Judge Charles Lovell in Helena, Montana, issued a ruling Monday, Feb. 14, 2011 in which he denied a request from wildlife advocates to stop the slaughter of potentially hundreds of wild bison from Yellowstone National Park that had attempted to migrate into Montana. Comment?
HELENA, Mont. -- Ted Cruz's presidential campaign is trying to knock opponent John Kasich off Montana's primary by questioning signatures the Ohio governor's campaign submitted to qualify for the ballot - another subplot in the unfolding political drama to derail Donald Trump's presidential bid . Comment?
A Montana man is charged with threatening to shoot a boy for sharing information about a subplot of the new "Star Wars" movie during an online conversation. Arthur Charles Roy, of Helena, was charged with felony assault with a weapon Monday during an appearance in Lewis and Clark County Justice Court. Comment?
HELENA, Mont. -- U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs officers escorted two children off an American Indian reservation in Montana where their grandmother brought them amid a custody dispute, bringing the federal government into a clash between state and tribal courts. Comment?
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