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Tourist tests her luck by petting a bison in Yellowstone Park 01:07

Tourist tests her luck by petting a bison in Yellowstone Park

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A Hiroshima reporter comes to Idaho

Chinook Salmon return to Idaho's Sawtooth Hatchery 02:48

Chinook Salmon return to Idaho's Sawtooth Hatchery

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Ted Cruz On The Department Of Energy

Klamath Basin water accords crumble 02:29

Klamath Basin water accords crumble

Sockeye Salmon Die By The Thousands In Columbia 01:15

Sockeye Salmon Die By The Thousands In Columbia

Idaho Talks About Forests And Public Land 02:09

Idaho Talks About Forests And Public Land

Returning Idaho Lab To Nuclear Roots 01:37

Returning Idaho Lab To Nuclear Roots

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A Hiroshima reporter comes to Idaho

Yumi Kanazaki, of the Chugoku Shimbun newspaper in Hiroshima talks about why stories on radiation worldwide are important to her readers and her newspaper. (Rocky Barker)

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Endangered sockeye salmon spawn

Conditions in the Pacific Ocean have been warm — which is bad for salmon. And although those conditions may now be changing this spring, the effects on Snake River salmon and steelhead could be felt for years.

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Yellowstone tourist decides to pet bison

On Yellowstone’s opening weekend, a woman decided to treat the park as a petting zoo. The bison-petter walked away unscathed, but it doesn’t always happen that way. A 2003 study found the bison is the most dangerous animal in Yellowstone, surpassing the fearsome grizzly bear. Last year, five people were injured by bison in Yellowstone.

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Klamath Basin water accords crumble

Congress has adjourned for another year without approving agreements that would have reshaped how people used water in the Klamath River system. The groups who signed off on the accords — once enemies — are frustrated that lawmakers didn't share their spirit of compromise.

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Tourist tests her luck by petting a bison in Yellowstone Park 01:07

Tourist tests her luck by petting a bison in Yellowstone Park

Ted Cruz Says Feds Should Dump Public Land 01:32

Ted Cruz Says Feds Should Dump Public Land

A Hiroshima reporter comes to Idaho 01:26

A Hiroshima reporter comes to Idaho

Chinook Salmon return to Idaho's Sawtooth Hatchery 02:48

Chinook Salmon return to Idaho's Sawtooth Hatchery

Ted Cruz On The Department Of Energy 00:50

Ted Cruz On The Department Of Energy

Klamath Basin water accords crumble 02:29

Klamath Basin water accords crumble

Sockeye Salmon Die By The Thousands In Columbia 01:15

Sockeye Salmon Die By The Thousands In Columbia

Idaho Talks About Forests And Public Land 02:09

Idaho Talks About Forests And Public Land

Returning Idaho Lab To Nuclear Roots 01:37

Returning Idaho Lab To Nuclear Roots

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A Hiroshima reporter comes to Idaho

Yumi Kanazaki, of the Chugoku Shimbun newspaper in Hiroshima talks about why stories on radiation worldwide are important to her readers and her newspaper. (Rocky Barker)
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A Hiroshima reporter comes to Idaho 01:26

A Hiroshima reporter comes to Idaho

Endangered sockeye salmon spawn 04:25

Endangered sockeye salmon spawn

Chinook Salmon return to Idaho's Sawtooth Hatchery 02:48

Chinook Salmon return to Idaho's Sawtooth Hatchery

Sally Jewell Stands Up For Public Lands 01:38

Sally Jewell Stands Up For Public Lands