Due To 'Immediate Safety Threat,' Bear Shot & Killed In North St. PaulA bear that was spotted by residents in North St. Paul hanging out in a tree was shot and killed by the Minnesota DNR Thursday morning.
Police Free Bear Cub's Head From Plastic GlobeAnother bear has been rescued after Polk County Police removed a plastic globe from a cub's head.
5-Pound Dog Died Saving His Family From A Bear, Mother SaysA woman in North Carolina says her family's dog died a hero after he managed to save them from a bear that wandered into their home.
Man Dies Attempting Selfie With Bear, Stray Dog Tried To Save HimA man was mauled to death by a bear after he reportedly tried to take a selfie with the animal, according to reports.
Tesla Driver Hits And Kills Bear On HighwayA driver was lucky to escape injury after colliding with a bear that wandered onto an Oregon highway.
Wis. GOP Pursuing Bill Banning Dangerous Exotic Animal OwnershipA legislative committee is set to hold a public hearing on a Republican bill that would prohibit people from owning dangerous exotic animals. The measure includes a list of dangerous exotic animals that includes lions, tigers, polar bears, apes and crocodilians.
Duluth Zoo's Kodiak Bear Phoebe Is EuthanizedOfficials at the Lake Superior Zoo in Duluth say they have euthanized their 28-year-old Kodiak brown bear, Phoebe.
Bear Wounded In Savage Spotted In Burnsville, EaganThe bear that's been spotted around the Twin Cities has made yet another appearance in the west metro.
Bear Vanishes After Numerous Sightings In The South Metro The first reports of a north woods visitor came just prior to the Memorial Day weekend. On Friday morning, the phone line to Savage police began ringing as folks like Jessica Sepeda called in, saying they’d seen a bear.
Bear Stops Traffic In SavageA young bear disrupted traffic Friday morning in Savage before disappearing into the woods, according to police. Authorities first received reports of the bear at about 5 a.m. when it attempted to cross Highway 13 near McColl Drive. Traffic stopped in both directions to allow the bear to pass.
Judge Delays Decision In Bear Researcher CaseAn administrative law judge has delayed a ruling and given both sides more time to file papers in the case of Minnesota bear researcher Lynn Rogers, who's fighting to win back his research permit.