Taste of Montana
Need a permit to eat roadkill? Get it online
Salvaging roadkill for the dinner table is not only legal starting this month in Montana, but state officials plan to let drivers who accidentally kill big game simply print out permits at home that allow them to harvest the meat. Later on, there will be an app for that. The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission approved regulations Thursday that allow people to go online for permits to salvage for food the animals they hit and kill within 24 hours of the fender-bender.
Life or death decision
Judge tells man he's legally dead
An Ohio man is finding out there's no easy way to come back from the dead. Donald Miller Jr. went to court this week to ask a county judge to reverse a 1994 ruling that declared him legally dead after he had disappeared from his home eight years earlier. But the judge turned down his request, citing a three-year time limit for changing a death ruling.
Man blames chase on potty break
A Utah man has been sentenced to seven days in jail after a high-speed chase. Jeffrey Laub, 39, told a judge Monday that he ate something that upset his stomach and was racing to get to a rest area in Logan Canyon.
Compiled from wire services and other sources.