Daily Archive: Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Bear attacks jogger in Idaho, jogger kicks it and it flees

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A black bear attacked a man jogging in the Panhandle National Forests in northern Idaho in the second bear attack at the popular recreation area in a month but the bear ran away after the jogger kicked at it, officials said Wednesday. The man suffered lower leg lacerations in the Monday

2 US service members killed in Afghanistan blast

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — A suicide bombing attack on a NATO convoy in southern Afghanistan on Wednesday left two American service members dead, a Pentagon spokesman said, despite repeated refusals by the U.S. military in Afghanistan to say whether there were any deaths in the assault claimed by the Taliban. Navy Capt. Jeff Davis confirmed

Dinosaur bones discovered near Palisade

The fossil is in pretty good shape … even though it’s 80 million years old … Miles Moraitis, KUSA 4:33 PM. MDT August 02, 2017 Courtesy BLM Staff. (Photo: Chris Joyner) Imagine hiking on a trail and stumbling upon dinosaur bones. Well that’s exactly what happened to a Colorado land management official when he was