On today's morning newscast: Yellowstone National Park officials euthanized a female grizzly bear today yesterday after DNA tests confirmed it attacked and killed a hiker last week. Park spokeswoman Amy Bartlett says the grizzly bear was killed because it had eaten part of the Montana man's body and hid the rest, suggesting that it was not just defending its young.
A northwest Ohio zoo, meanwhile, will take the two cubs of that bear that was killed yesterday. Toledo's The Blade newspaper reports the Toledo Zoo already was planning a brown bear exhibit and agreed to take the female cubs.
A fire north of Lincoln in the Helena National Forest has burned about a square mile and prompted evacuations, but no homes are immediately threatened.