As recently as last fall, the animal that’s making headlines as the first Colorado wolf in four years was wandering one of the most remote and wild landscapes left in the Lower 48 states.

BOISE — Bill Roden, an eight-term state senator and former Senate majority leader and one of Idaho’s most prominent lawyer/lobbyists for decades, has died at his home at the age of 90.

BOISE — There are too many wild horses on public lands, a federal official said Wednesday, and potential solutions include new sterilization methods, aggressive adoption efforts and holding more horses in corrals.

SPOKANE, Wash. — They came across a piece of Franken Z — a giant zombie made of other zombies that appeared in the TV series “Z Nation” — in a storage bay in northeast Spokane on Thursday.

BOZEMAN, Mont. — After enlisting in the Army in 1941, Army Pvt. William A. Boegli, who grew up in Gallatin County, participated in the 1944 invasion of Angaur Island and was killed while leading a group of litter bearers to evacuate wounded soldiers.

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock this morning announced his long-anticipated candidacy for president, joining a crowded field of 22 Democrats vying to unseat Donald Trump.