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  • Oregon and Auburn remain top two in polls; Boise State jumps TCU into third

     
    The top three college football teams entering the weekend all survived scares from lesser opponents, but only Texas Christian paid for it in Sunday's latest USA Today coaches and Associated Press polls. Oregon remained No.1 in both indexes despite a......
  • Anonymous poacher taunts Idaho Fish and Game by mail

     
    Idaho Fish and Game officers are seeking information on a poacher after receiving a taunting letter about alleged illegal hunting activities. The department received the correspondence Friday from someone identifying themselves only as "Poacher X." The...
  • Poll takes the pulse of sportsmen on western gray wolf issue

     
    Gray wolves in the western United States remain a highly contentious issue. Populations of the reintroduced animals have reportedly exceeded expectations, so much so that the predators were removed from Endangered Species Act protection (at least...
  • Critics say Obama administration is lagging on protecting endangered species

     
    WASHINGTON — Environmental groups are criticizing the Obama administration for what they say is a continuing backlog of plants and animals in need of protection under the Endangered Species Act. The Fish and Wildlife Service says 251 species are...
  • Wyoming wildlife official says he supports grizzly bear hunting in the state

     
    POWELL, Wyo. — A Wyoming wildlife manager says he supports hunting grizzly bears now that the population in the Yellowstone National Park area has reached the highest level in decades. Researchers said last month that more than 600 grizzlies roam......
  • Obama administration meets with Western governors over gray wolves' endangered status

     
    CHEYENNE, Wyo. — After years of legal wrangling over wolf management, the Obama administration and three governors Monday discussed crafting an endgame -- including whether Congress should pull the plug on the debate by declaring the animals' numbers...
  • Update: Bowl schedule

     
    Bookmark this post as we'll be updating the bowl projections on the fly between now and December 5. table.tableizer-table {border: 1px solid #CCC; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px;} .tableizer-table td {padding: 4px; margin: 3px;...
  • Negotiations over gray wolves' endangered status continue, but with no consensus

     
    BILLINGS, Mont. — Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and governors from three Northern Rockies states resumed negotiations last week to remove the region's wolves from the endangered list but reached no conclusions. Western lawmakers are pushing bills in...
  • UCF ranked No. 25 in final BCS standings

     
    UCF ranked No. 25 in final BCS standings...
  • United States Artists announces $2.5 million in awards to 50 winners

     
    “Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo” playwright Rajiv Joseph has won a $50,000 prize from L.A.-based United States Artists –- five times the cash value of a Pulitzer Prize that he and two other nominated playwrights famously did not win......
  • Montana governor says negotiations over gray wolf's endangered status have hit impasse

     
    BILLINGS, Mont. — Negotiations to remove Northern Rockies gray wolves from the endangered species list hit an impasse Monday, after Wyoming and Idaho refused to go along with an Interior Department proposal on the issue, Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer...