In this April 12, 2015 photo, a black bear sow carries food that she found while foraging through garbage cans with her four cubs in Government Hill near downtown Anchorage, Alaska. At the time the Alaska Department of Fish and Game said it planned to kill the bears, but Alaska Gov. Bill Walker asked if they could be spared, so they were fitted with tracking collars and relocated far from Anchorage. But officials said the black bears that tore up a campsite at Porcupine Campground on the Kenai Peninsula near hope, Alaska, Friday, June 12, 2015, were likely the same ones relocated from Anchorage. (Bill Roth/Alaska Dispatch News via AP)

State, federal officials euthanize relocated black bears

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