Wyoming School on Track to Reopen After Oilfield Gas Leaks
A burst water pipe last winter complicated plans to reopen the school but all work is finished ahead of schedule.
Train Carrying Wyoming Coal Derails in South Texas
DeGraff says no hazardous materials were aboard the 150-car train hauling coal from Wyoming fields to the San Antonio area.
Yellowstone Lake Re-Opened After Scooper Planes Released
The blaze is burning in mountain timber about 35 miles west of Cody.
Wyoming Lost 25,000 Jobs Amid Energy Industry Downturn
Tom Gallagher with the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services says it's unclear if the recession in the state is over.
Grand Teton Officials Seek to Reduce Crowds at Popular Lake
People parking outside designated spots could be ticketed.
Wyoming Delegation Differs Over Best Health Care Approach
Rep. Liz Cheney says a replacement law is important.
$53M To Go To U.S. National Park Maintenance, Infrastructure
The funding would go to 42 parks in 29 states.
Univ. of Wyoming Strategic Plan Approved By Trustees
UW President Laurie Nichols says the plan will take the college to new levels of excellence and sets the stage for further breakthroughs for the benefit of our state, the nation and the world.
U.S. Rig Count Decreases By Two This Week to 950
The U.S. rig count peaked at 4,530 in 1981. It bottomed out in May of 2016 at 404.
Wyoming Hospital Loses Medicare and Medicaid Standing
The hospital has filed an action plan of correction to get the deemed status returned.