Woman Gets Community Service For Spray-Painting Dr. Palmer's SignA 41-year-old Bloomington woman was sentenced this week to 64 hours of community service after pleading guilty to spray-painting the sign of Dr. Walter Palmer’s dental office.
DNR Investigates Alleged Deer Chase On Dr. Palmer's LandThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said Thursday it was investigating a report of potentially illegal hunting activity on land owned by the dentist who was sharply criticized for shooting a well-known lion in Zimbabwe.
Dentist Won't Be Charged In Zimbabwe Over Cecil The Lion's DeathOfficials in Zimbabwe say Dr. Walter Palmer did not break the country's hunting laws. This means top government officials are no longer pressing for the Twin Cities dentist to be extradited to Zimbabwe for killing Cecil the lion.
Charges: Woman Spray-Painted 'Perv, Scum' On Office Sign Of Lion HunterDr. Walter Palmer is back at his Bloomington dental practice, but it's not without some push back from people unhappy with his involvement in a controversial lion hunt.
Dentist Who Killed Cecil The Lion Returns To WorkThe Bloomington dentist that sparked world-wide controversy after killing a beloved lion in Zimbabwe returned to work Tuesday.
Mpls. Dentist Responsible For Killing Cecil The Lion Speaks OutThe Minnesota dentist who has made international headlines for killing a popular lion named Cecil is speaking out.
Dentist Connected To Controversial Lion Hunt Returning To WorkThe Minnesota dentist whose killing of Cecil the lion fueled a global backlash emerged Sunday for an interview in which he disputed some accounts of the hunt, expressed agitation at the animosity directed at those close to him and said he would be back at work within days.
Safari Guide Killed By Lion In ZimbabweA lion charged and killed a safari guide who was leading a group of tourists in the same national park in Zimbabwe that was the home of Cecil the lion who was killed by a bow hunter in July.
Lion Hunter's Dentist Office Reopens, Without Dr. PalmerA Twin Cities dental office run by a doctor involved in a controversial lion hunt last month is back open for business, without its lead dentist. Dr. Walter Palmer's office, River Bluff Dental in Bloomington, released a statement Monday saying it is "beginning to serve our loyal patients." Dr. Palmer is not on site.
Suspicious Package Reported At Palmer's Dental Office Is FlowersA suspicious package sent to Dr. Walter Palmer's dental office in Bloomington Friday afternoon turned out to be flowers, according to the Bloomington Police Department.
Zimbabwe Alleges 2nd American Involved In Illegal Lion HuntA second American killed a lion in an illegal hunt with a bow and arrow in Zimbabwe several months ago, amid an international outcry over a U.S. hunter accused of illegally killing a well-known lion named Cecil in early July, authorities said Sunday.