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State Parks Plans New Year’s Day Hikes
The Wyoming Division of State Parks, Historic States and Trails is holding guided hikes around the state on New Year's Day. Similar hikes are being held in all 50 states as part of America's State Parks First Day Hikes initiative.
S. Idaho Man Shot By Officer Remains In Hospital
A southern Idaho man who was shot by a police officer last week in Payette County remains hospitalized. 37-year-old Jamee Lee Wade was listed in critical condition Tuesday at a Boise hospital.
Gun Fires From Girl’s Purse -Starbucks
Police say nobody was hurt when a small gun that was inside a girl's purse fired while she was in a Cheyenne Starbucks. The bullet went through a chair and into a wall and narrowly missed several customers. Police say the mishap occurred while officers were at the coffee shop around 7 a.m. Mond…
Wolf Hunting To Close In NW MT As Quota Reached
Wildlife officials say wolf hunting will close in portions of northwest Montana on Thursday after hunters filled the harvest quota for the area. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks spokesman Tom Palmer said hunters filled the 19-wolf quota for a wildlife management area that includes portions of Lincol…
First Night- A Family Fun Event
The Coming of the New Year marks the 18th annual celebration of First Night in Missoula, put on by the Missoula Cultural Council. [AUDIO]
Injured Skydiver Says He Feels Lucky To Be Alive
A skydiver who crashed into a retaining wall while attempting to jump into Washington-Grizzly Stadium before a University of Montana football game says he feels lucky to be alive.
Man Shoots Himself After Being Denied Painkillers
Miles City police say a man shot himself in the ankle after his request for painkillers for his back was denied. Police Chief Doug Colombik says the 48-year-old man left Holy Rosary Healthcare hospital upset Monday night after he asked for the painkillers.
BLM Begins Scoping for Greater Sage-Grouse Planning Strategy
As part of a national strategy to evaluate greater sage-grouse conservation measures in land use plans, the Bureau of Land Management’s Dillon Field Office is asking the public to help identify issues to be addressed in an environmental impact statement and land use plan amendment.
Winter Triathlon Championship Moved To Montana
USA Triathlon has moved its 2012 Winter Triathlon National Championship from Vermont to Montana because of a lack of snow in the Northeast.The championship will be shifted to the Powder Hound Winter Triathlon on Jan. 29 at Homestake Lodge southeast of Butte.
Judge Allows Wild Horse Advocates Into Lawsuit
A federal judge is allowing wild horse advocacy groups to intervene in a lawsuit in which livestock operators are trying force the removal of wild horses from private lands in an area of roughly 2 million acres in southwestern Wyoming.