BOISE, Idaho

Black bear attacks hunter

Authorities say a wounded black bear attacked and injured an Idaho hunter, who was able to shoot the animal after the two tumbled down a hill. Evin Oneale of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game said in a statement Monday that the bear bit 43-year-old Marvin Jennings of Boise multiple times on an arm and leg. He was flown to a hospital, where heís recovering. Oneale said Jennings and his uncle were hunting Sunday when they saw the large bear approaching their bait. The uncle shot and wounded the animal.

MIAMI

Police say man fired AK-47

Police say a man fired an AK-47 while driving down a Florida highway, damaging at least two passing vehicles. Miami-Dade Police Detective Daniel Ferrin said the 36-year-old suspect began shooting from inside his Toyota Corolla around 1 a.m. Monday as he was driving south on the Palmetto Expressway. Two vehicles were struck by bullets. Ferrin said one victim drove himself to a hospital with a minor head injury due to debris from the shooting. Ferrin said the suspect crashed into a wall before exchanging gunfire with law enforcement officers who were approaching him. The man eventually surrendered.

MARION, Mass.

Mueller gives school address

Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller III gave a heart-warming address to Massachusetts college prep school graduates, several days after his appointment to head an investigation into possible connections between Russia and President Donald Trumpís 2016 election campaign. The former FBI director was introduced Monday by his granddaughter before speaking at Tabor Academy, a private school in Marion. She was among the graduates. Mueller said a person is only as good as his word, and he spoke of the importance of serving his country with humility, patience and integrity.

ELM GROVE, Wis.

Ponies rush parade crowd

Three people were injured when show ponies pulling a wagon in a Memorial Day parade in southeastern Wisconsin rushed onto a crowded sidewalk. Authorities say a 9-year-old boy and a 58-year-old woman who were struck by the carriage Monday in Elm Grove were taken to a hospital. A 77-year-old man was struck by the ponies but refused to be taken to a hospital. Police say the ponies might have been startled by tennis balls that children threw or fireworks.

Compiled from wire reports