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Malheur National Wildlife Refuge
Dan Murphy: Lawmaker A ‘Domestic Terrorist?’

A Washington state representative is accused of being actively involved with extremist groups advocating armed resistance against the federal government.

Wolf recovery is a controversial issue in Washington state.
Online Threats Lead To Cancellation Of Washington Wolf Meetings

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has cancelled a series of 14 wolf-related public meetings as a precaution for the safety of the public and staff.

Grizzly Bear in the North Cascades National Park.
NCBA, PLC Oppose Grizzly Bear Recovery

An effort to return grizzly bears to North Cascades National Park is back in motion after officials announced public comment will be reopened.

Idaho Rancher Under Investigation in Death of Cows

An Idaho rancher says 29 of his cows died in winter storms in Washington state, but investigators suspect he let them starve.

More Than 30,000 lb. of Ground Beef Recalled

A recall of more than 30,000 lb. of ground beef has been implemented after the discovery of plastic and metal in beef from a Washington processing plant.

USDA has announced a recall for beef.
More Than 30,000 lb. of Ground Beef Recalled

A recall of more than 30,000 lb. of ground beef has been implemented after the discovery of plastic and metal in beef from a Washington processing plant.

Rancher Nick Cobb says the blizzard that hit Washington state over the weekend meant several calves needed help, including one called "Oreo" that was covered in snow and ice.
'Oreo' Survives Washington Blizzard

Rancher Nick Cobb says the blizzard that hit Washington state over the weekend meant several calves needed help, including one called "Oreo" that was covered in snow and ice.

A wolf was shot at in Washington.
Ranch Worker Shoots Wolf Chasing Cattle in Washington State

A ranch worker shot a wolf that was chasing cattle in an area of eastern Washington state where there are no known wolf packs.