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Paw print found by wildlife officials Wednesday. (Credit: Department of Fish and Wildlife)

Tests Confirm Mountain Lion Killed Was One That Attacked Boy

Wildlife officials say testing has confirmed the mountain lion they shot and killed is the same one that attacked a 6-year-old boy on a Northern California hiking trail.

09/12/2014

Paw print found by wildlife officials Wednesday. (Credit: Department of Fish and Wildlife)

Mountain Lion Linked To Southern California Boy’s Attack Killed By Wildlife Officials

California wildlife officials plan to conduct DNA and disease tests in Sacramento to make sure they shot and killed the mountain lion that attacked a 6-year-old boy on a hiking trail..

09/11/2014

California Fish and Wildlife official says the mountain lion was in a tree about 130 yards away from the scene of the attack. (Photo by Mike Simons/Getty Images)

Wildlife Officials Say They Killed Mountain Lion That Attacked Boy

The 65-pound animal was shot and killed not far from the hiking trail where a six-year-old boy was mauled.

09/10/2014

A six-year-old boy was hospitalized after being attacked by a mountain lion on a hiking trail near Cupertino. (Photo by Mike Simons/Getty Images)

Live Traps Set For Mountain Lion That Attacked Boy In Cupertino

Family was hiking when the six-year-old was attacked; the child suffered bite wounds and scratches.

09/09/2014

File (Credit: California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife/Flickr)

Mountain Lion Attacks 6-Year-Old California Boy

A search team continued to scour through rugged terrain Monday for a mountain lion that attacked a 6-year-old Northern California boy, officials said.

09/07/2014

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Police: Mountain Lion Spotted By Southwest Modesto Residents

Authorities are asking residents to be on the lookout after two possible mountain lion sightings in southwest Modesto.

07/16/2014

The paw of the mountain lion captured in East Sacramento. (Credit: The Department of Fish and Wildlife)

Mountain Lion Captured In East Sacramento Released Back Into Wild

He may look sweet and gentle after being tranquilized, but a 70-pound mountain lion captured in East Sacramento could have been a threat to anyone that came in contact with it.

06/22/2014

The mountain lion sedated and captured near 32nd and X Streets. (Credit: The Sacramento Police Department)

Officers Sedate, Capture Mountain Lion That Wandered Into Sacramento

East Sacramento residents can breathe a little easier now that a mountain lion that spawned an alert from police has been captured.

06/22/2014

File (Credit: California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife/Flickr)

Mountain Lion Sightings Prompt Police To Send Alert To East Sac Residents

Police say they had to issue an alert for an urban mountain lion sighting after numerous East Sacramento residents and a police officer reported sightings.

06/21/2014

File (Credit: California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife/Flickr)

Mountain Lion Spotted Near Winters

Authorities are warning residents to avoid a section of Putah Creek where a mountain lion was spotted Friday morning.

06/06/2014

File (Credit: California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife/Flickr)

Possible Mountain Lion Sighting Near Rocklin High School

Another reported mountain lion sighting caused a stir at Rocklin High School late Wednesday afternoon.

04/09/2014

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Mountain Lion Sightings Have Rocklin Residents On Edge

A mountain lion is believed to be roaming around Rocklin after three sightings and a photo of the animal not far from a school.

04/07/2014

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