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    Judge orders wildlife officials to act on lynx

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  • FILE - In this Oct. 4, 2013, file photo, Jordan Linn Graham, center, leaves federal court, in Missoula, Mont. Graham, who pleaded guilty to pushing her husband off a cliff in Glacier National Park last summer plans to appeal her 30-year prison sentence for his death. (AP Photo/The Missoulian, Michael Gallacher, File) TV OUT; MAGS OUT

    Woman to appeal sentence in new husband's death

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  • FILE - In this Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013 file photo, Jordan Graham, center, is flanked by defense attorneys Michael Donahoe, left, and Andy Nelson, as she leaves court in Missoula, Mont. The Montana woman who was to be sentenced Thursday for pushing her new husband to his death in Glacier National Park wants to withdraw her guilty plea to a second-degree murder charge, her lawyer said Tuesday March 25, 2014.  (AP Photo/Stephan Ferry, File)

    Judge cites lack of remorse, gives bride 30 years

    The defendant's tears notwithstanding, a federal judge cited a lack of remorse as he sentenced a Montana woman to more than three decades in prison for pushing her newlywed husband to his death in Glacier National Park.

  • Judge: Montana Indian voting case can proceed

    A voting rights lawsuit from members of three American Indian tribes in Montana will go forward after a federal judge rejected attempts by state and county officials to dismiss the case.

  • FILE - In this Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013 file photo, Jordan Graham, center, is flanked by defense attorneys Michael Donahoe, left, and Andy Nelson, as she leaves court in Missoula, Mont. The Montana woman who was to be sentenced Thursday for pushing her new husband to his death in Glacier National Park wants to withdraw her guilty plea to a second-degree murder charge, her lawyer said Tuesday March 25, 2014.  (AP Photo/Stephan Ferry, File)

    Judge: Bride showed no remorse in husband's death

    A Montana woman was sentenced Thursday to more than 30 years in prison for killing her husband of eight days by pushing him from a cliff in Glacier National Park after they argued over her regrets about the marriage.

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    Federal prosecutors recommended a life sentence for a 22-year old Montana newlywed who pleaded guilty to murder after saying she pushed her new husband off a cliff in Glacier National Park.

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A pack of gray wolves is shown on Isle Royale National Park in northern Michigan. Wolves in parts of the Northern Rockies and the Great Lakes region are coming off the endangered species list.

    Judge hears case on protection of wolves

    A federal judge heard arguments Tuesday on whether gray wolves in Montana and Idaho should be protected once more under the Endangered Species Act and whether those states can ensure the species won't be wiped out under their management.

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