Idaho fights order to destroy wilderness wolf, elk data

The data, from tracking collars. was obtained illegally by landing a helicopter in a wilderness area.

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State House considers bill to allow planning for nuke attack

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Court: KNKX gets money left to KPLU in peoples’ wills

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Alaska quake shows complexity of tsunami warnings

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