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FATAL BEAR ATTACK
CHEYENNE — Grizzly bears aren’t docile animals, but an especially aggressive attack that killed a hunting guide and injured his client is puzzling wildlife officials. A female bear that was with its cub killed Mark Uptain of Jackson Hole and injured Corey Chubon of New Smyrna Beach, Florida, after they went to cut up an elk that Chubon shot with an arrow a day earlier. By Mead Gruver. SENT: 570 words, photo.
With: FATAL BEAR ATTACK-GLANCE
CHEYENNE — Yellowstone National Park officials have ticketed a man caught on video wandering close to Old Faithful geyser, where he risked burns from the boiling-hot water that erupts every hour or so. The man’s actions between eruptions startled a crowd of a couple hundred people at the park’s most famous attraction. At one point, he lay on the ground near the gurgling hole. “A bunch of the crowd thought he was going to jump. We didn’t know what was going to happen,” said Ashley Lemanski of Harbor Beach, Michigan, who shot the video Friday. By Mead Gruver. SENT: 250 words.
— ELK FEEDGROUND — A federal judge has invalidated a 2015 U.S. Forest Service decision that reauthorized a state of Wyoming elk feedground permit in the Jackson Hole area.
— FIGHT-FATAL CRASH — Prosecutors say a woman and man were drunk and fighting in their pickup truck when they caused a fatal crash in northeastern Wisconsin.
— WYOMING WILDFIRES — About 25 rural residences in western Wyoming have been forced to evacuate because of a growing wildfire in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.
— YELLOWSTONE-BISON NUMBERS — Yellowstone park officials say bison numbers are down from last year, but still remain in a healthy range.
— MILITARY TRAINING — The Air Force is planning another training session next month in the massive Powder River Training Complex over the Northern Plains.
LOS ANGELES — Hyun-Jin Ryu starts for the Los Angeles Dodgers against Jon Gray of the Colorado Rockies in a battle for the NL West. (Game starts at 8 p.m. MT)
UNDRAFTED AND UNDETERRED
ENGLEWOOD — Phillip Lindsay is taking the NFL by storm. He’s also taking it all in stride. “I am just playing football, that’s it,” the Denver Broncos running back said after becoming the first undrafted player in NFL history to eclipse 100 yards from scrimmage in each of his first two NFL games. “I am just playing football for our team. I don’t think of things like that.” Keeping his head down has always been Lindsay’s style. By Arnie Stapleton. SENT: 850 words, photo.
DENVER — Ugly wins are a thing of beauty in Denver, where the Broncos learned all their hard lessons last year in the dreariness of defeat. “We’re sitting here 2-0 but we’re struggling,” Emmanuel Sanders after the Broncos eked out a 20-19 win over Oakland on Sunday on Brandon McManus’ 36-yard field goal with 6 seconds left. By Arnie Stapleton. SENT: 880 words, photos.
ALAMEDA, Calif. — Coach Jon Gruden was in no mood to rehash Denver’s final drive that handed the Oakland Raiders a second straight defeat to open his tenure as coach. Case Keenum and the Broncos were able to move the ball down the field with little pressure in the heat and altitude of Denver and get a 36-yard field goal from Brandon McManus in the closing seconds of a 20-19 victory Sunday. By Josh Dubow. SENT: 700 words, photo.
RAVENS-BACK TO WORK
BALTIMORE — Coming off a long weekend following their first loss of the season, the Baltimore Ravens have implemented a contingency plan for moving forward without three-time Pro Bowl linebacker C.J. Mosley. Mosley bruised his left knee Thursday night in a 34-23 defeat at Cincinnati. Although the fifth-year standout receives a few extra days to recover, it’s unlikely he will ready for Sunday’s game against unbeaten Denver. By David Ginsburg. SENT: 620 words, photo.
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