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Marshals Capture One Fugitive in Yellowstone Area; Two at Large

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most wanted

U.S. Marshals captured of the two Arizona prison escapees in Meeteetse, Wyoming; the other prison escapee and his alleged accomplice are still at large, as over 100 law-enforcement officers entered Yellowstone National Park this morning in the search.

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Search Continues Today in Yellowstone National Park for Prison Escapees

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two escapees.

U.S. Marshals are continuing their search today for two Arizona prison escapees thought to be hiding out in the Yellowstone National Park area; the pair are suspects in a New Mexico murder and are considered to be armed and dangerous.

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Arizona Fugitives May Be Hiding In Yellowstone Area

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Be on the lookout: two recent escapees from a private Arizona prison and their accomplice may be hiding out in the Yellowstone National Park area and are considered armed and dangerous, according to law-enforcement officials.

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The Week That Was: August 8

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The most popular stories on Yellowstone Insider the past week, as measured by page views. It was a week where we thought long and hard about the fate of troublesome yet innocent bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, as well as the immediate and long-term tourism in the area.

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Judge: Wolves Are Again Protected as Endangered

Wolf!

wolf

U.S. District Court Judge Donald Molloy has ruled that a government plan to remove protection for the gray wolf from only part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem was unlawful and ordered the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to grant it full protection.

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NASCAR Driver’s Big Idea: Tap into Yellowstone Thermals to Power America

Castle Geyser in winter

Steve Green, a former NASCAR driver and a self-proclaimed innovator and problem-solver, has the solution to all of America's energy problems: Just tap into the geothermal power of Yellowstone National Park, and damn the consequences.

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Anschutz Kills Yellowstone Luxury Train Service

Gardiner Train Station

Gardiner Train Station

Luxury train service to Yellowstone National Park and other Western landmarks was spiked before it launched, as billionaire Philip Anschutz pulled the plug on the American Railway Explorer project, set to launch in 2011.

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Record Crowds Swarm Yellowstone National Park in July

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The numbers are in: the number of people who visited Yellowstone National Park in the month of July came close to equaling the number of people who came during the first six months of the year combined.

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Mark Your Calendars: Free Yellowstone Admission Weekend Coming Up

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Thinking about an upcoming visit to Yellowstone National Park? Consider going on the weekend of Aug. 14-15, when the National Park Service is waiving admission fees to America's Oldest National Park.

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Did Photographer Bait Grizzly into Soda Butte Rampage?

Euthanized Griz

Euthanized Griz

The folks at the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Department say they're investigating allegations that a photographer was baiting wildlife at the Soda Butte Campground with food in recent weeks, leading them to wonder if that's why a grizzly mother went on a rampage there last week, killing one and mauling two others.

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