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A wolf of the Wenaha Pack captured ona remote camera on U.S. Forest Service land in northern Wallowa County. CREDIT: OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE

Today’s Northwest Wolves Have Roots In Coastal Rainforests And Rocky Mountains

New genetic research on the Northwest’s wolves finds they descended from a mix of two different types — some from the northern Rocky Mountains and some from coastal rain forests. That means the packs that form in our region have more genetic diversity — a key to survival. Continue Reading Today’s Northwest Wolves Have Roots In Coastal Rainforests And Rocky Mountains

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Police block the scene outside a Walmart in Tumwater, Wash.,, where a gunman shot a driver, then was himself shot to death June 17, 2018. CREDIT: AUSTIN JENKINS/N3

Shooting Spree Near Olympia Ends With Armed Civilian Killing Gunman In Walmart Parking Lot

A shooting spree in Tumwater, Wash., near Olympia, ended in a Walmart parking lot when a civilian shot and killed the suspected gunman, police said Sunday evening. At least two people were wounded: a teen-age girl with a minor injuries and a man who was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. Continue Reading Shooting Spree Near Olympia Ends With Armed Civilian Killing Gunman In Walmart Parking Lot

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