Billings, Mont. – Wildlife officials say a grizzly bear that preyed on campers outside Yellowstone National Park weighed less than average, but was in an area with ample food supplies and did not appear to be starving.
Montana officials said Monday that a necropsy has been completed on the female grizzly. The results still were being analyzed.
One person was killed and two injured during separate attacks by the bear Wednesday at the Soda Butte Campground.
Laramie, Wyo. – A poll released Monday shows that more than 40 percent of Republican voters have not decided who to support in the race for the state's top education position. That's with just two weeks remaining before the August 17th primary.
Wyoming – Wyoming and Colorado's forests are teeming with renewable energy potential the millions of acres of beetle-killed pine trees can be turned into woody biomass to heat homes or power businesses. But, as Brian Larson reports that effort has been somewhat slow to take off.
Wyoming – The tobacco industry tied itself to the West and to cowboys using icons like the Marlboro man and by sponsoring rodeos all over the country. But, this year a new law went into effect preventing tobacco companies from sponsoring sporting events. At Cheyenne Frontier Days the sponsor that stepped in to fill the void was the state Department of Health and its Quit Tobacco campaign. Wyoming Public Radio's Renny MacKay reports.