FAIRBANKS -- Alaska wildlife officials say there have been no bear complaints about an aggressive sow in Healy after her three cubs were killed last week.
The old male not attached to the group also was shot Friday when it walked into a warehouse at the Usibelli Coal Mine.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game received numerous complaints about the sow killing livestock and breaking into homes north of Healy on the Parks Highway.
Department spokeswoman Cathie Harms told the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner that department biologists saw the sow on Friday but only in places where it wasn't safe to shoot.
Harms speculated the sow may have become less likely to seek human food now that her cubs have been killed.