Struggling to find balance between elk and wolves in a changing ecosystem
By Deanna Darr
Balancing the needs of species can be tricky, especially when economics, lifestyle and tradition comes into the equation. Things have gotten particularly sticky in the Lolo are in North Idaho, where once plentiful elk numbers have plummeted.
Idaho and Montana granted more authority to kill wolves
By Cynthia Sewell
Storm clouds or blue skies? Pro and anti-wolf factions alike are taking a "wait and see" stance on Secretary of Interior Gale Norton's announcement last week to grant Idaho and Montana state officials, ranchers and landowners more authority to kill wolves.
Donald Trump thinks being President was going to be easier, Barack Obama rakes in major dollars for appearances, a big gift from Zoo Boise to help preserve the Foothills and Heineken tries something different in its new ad campaign.