News
6:46 pm
Mon September 12, 2011

Mead urges passage of wolf deal as drafted

CHEYENNE, WY (wpr) - While some legislators and agriculture groups ponder Wyoming's wolf management agreement with the U-S Department of Interior, Governor Matt Mead says he is working behind the scenes to convince lawmakers to agree to the idea. It changes some boundaries where wolves must be managed, but it allows for wolves to be shot on sight in most of the state. For the deal to be finalized lawmakers will have to pass legislation. Mead says he hopes that will happen.

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News
6:44 pm
Mon September 12, 2011

UW Attorney tries for better prosecution and reporting on the Wind River Reservation

WIND RIVER, WY (wpr) - The U.S. Attorney's office held its annual conference last week in Riverton. This year's theme was "Empowering Native American Women."
U.S. Attorney for Wyoming, Kip Crofts, says the conference responds to publicity about inadequate investigation and prosecution of sexual assault and domestic violence cases on Indian reservations. He's referring to a report by the Government Office of Accountability, compiled between 2005 and 2009, where 67-percent of sexual abuse offenses were declined by federal prosecutors.

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News
6:42 pm
Mon September 12, 2011

Park Ranger recoverying following shootout

GLENDO, WY (AP) - A Wyoming park ranger is recovering from injuries he suffered in a shootout that left another man dead. Ranger Phil Martindale was shot in the chest on Friday near
Glendo State Park in southeast Wyoming.
Authorities say the shootout occurred after Martindale and an
officer with the Platte County Sheriff's Office stopped a motorist
on the east side of the reservoir. County officials say the
motorist fled the scene and was killed in a shootout with officers
at a nearby residence.

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The Two-Way
4:56 pm
Mon September 12, 2011

In Oral History Interviews, A Very Candid Jackie Kennedy

Over the past few days, we've gotten snippets of a seven-part interview with Jacqueline Kennedy conducted in 1964 by the historian and Kennedy aide Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.

What's emerged is that these tapes aren't your usual gloss on history, instead it's a very candid Jackie Kennedy, who was speaking honestly and disarmed a short time after the assassination of her husband, President John F. Kennedy.

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Business
3:32 pm
Mon September 12, 2011

Bank Of America Tries To Right Acquisition Wrongs

A worker sweeps in front of a Bank of America branch in Chicago. On Monday, the bank announced plans to lay off 30,000 employees, or about 10 percent of its staff, over the next few years.
Scott Olson Getty Images

The nation's largest bank said Monday that it will cut 30,000 jobs over the next few years. Bank of America has been plagued by losses after buying the home lender Countrywide, and many investors have lost faith in the bank, driving its stock down 50 percent this year.

Meanwhile, Bank of America has been selling off parts of its business to raise more capital.

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The Road Back To Work
3:10 pm
Mon September 12, 2011

The Road Back To Work: Randy Howland

Whitney Curtis for NPR

Originally published on Fri January 10, 2014 11:30 am

Randy Howland, 51, is glad to be working again. He spent four months at the end of 2011 searching for work, again, the second time in one calendar year.

He's working in collections for a financial institution, working with people who are behind on their mortgages. He gathers information and figures out what opportunities there might be for a loan modification or refinance.

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Europe
3:06 pm
Mon September 12, 2011

Potential Greek Default Worries European Politicians

Deepening concerns that debt-troubled Greece may default — and increasingly strident comments by several politicians in Germany about that possibility — helped send European markets sharply lower on Monday, raising worries about the sector's health.

The Stoxx 50 index of blue-chip European shares dropped 2.6 percent, with many of the continent's leading financial groups, such as Deutsche Bank and BNP Paribas, at one point falling as much as 11 percent on worries over their exposure to potentially bad European debt.

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Shots - Health Blog
2:19 pm
Mon September 12, 2011

Poll: Americans' Concern About Food Safety Drops

NPR

After the wave of illnesses tied to organic sprouts in Europe earlier this year, we figured the time was right to check in again on how Americans feel about the safety of food in this country.

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Shots - Health Blog
2:15 pm
Mon September 12, 2011

Same Plant, New Month: Cargill Ground Turkey Recall, Take 2

Honeysuckle White is one of 3 brands of ground turkey being recalled.
Cargill

Originally published on Tue September 13, 2011 11:05 am

Food giant Cargill initiated another ground turkey recall over the weekend.

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It's All Politics
2:05 pm
Mon September 12, 2011

Tea Party White House Debate Question: Can Romney, Bachmann Rebound?

A worker cleans the stage for Monday evening's Republican presidential debate sponsored by CNN and the Tea Party Express, Sept. 12, 2011.
Joe Raedle Getty Images

Hard on the heels of last week's Republican presidential candidate in which Texas Gov. Rick Perry made his first appearance, comes another gathering, this one hosted by the Tea Party Express and carried by CNN Monday night at 8 pm ET.

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