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Bison Taken In Jackson Hunt [Audio]

A federal court last week ruled in favor of Verizon, striking down FCC rules that regulated the web. Wildlife officials says nearly 30 percent of Jackson Hole's 850 bison were harvested during the 2013-2014 hunt which ended last Sunday

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Vilsack Exploring Flood Aid Options (audio)

U-S Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says with the tight federal budget it's unlikely congress will pass a supplemental disaster aid bill to help areas struck by flooding this spring. The secretary says he's looking into the possibility that the Federal Emergency Management Agency--or FEMA- may have money availible to reimburse states for the cost of dealing with flooding. The FCC has issued a report saying millions of rural Americans, including many Wyoming residents, don't have access to high-speed internet service. Deborah Smith of Wyoming News Service has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Kouri-FCC to push government regulation of Internet

(Jim Kouri will be our guest in The Morning Zone today at 7:07AM MDT)

By Jim Kouri

  • June 13, 2011 2:20 pm ET

Not just satisfied with Big Government takeovers of the automobile industry, the financial sector, and a healthcare system that totals one-sixth of the U.S. economy, the Obama administration is now moving on to surreptitiously gaining control of the Internet.

A non-profi

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