U.S. Rig Count Remains Unchanged, Stays at 952
Alaska, Louisiana and Oklahoma each declined by two.
Firefighters Begin to Control Wyoming Wildfire
Firefighters are taking advantage of the weather and wind patterns to conduct burnout operations.
High Water Creating Problems on Wyoming-Montana Lake
U.S. Bureau of Reclamation officials expect the lake to return to more normal levels by the end of July.
Drainage Problems Ongoing Concern at Wyoming Prison
Lawmakers last year allocated $7 million for repairs while they try to figure out a long-term solution for the prison built on unstable soil.
Wyoming Patients May Be Affected in Hospital Security Breach
FastHealth says they have removed the unauthorized code from its web servers and the hospital has taken down the bill-pay option from its website.
Rain Falls on Wyoming Wildfire, But Heavy Fuels Still Burn
The rain prompted firefighters to postpone a planned burnout along the southern side of the fire on Thursday.
Body of Missing Georgia Rafter Found in Wyoming
Lincoln County Deputy Coroner Maryanne Christensen positively identified the body and ruled the death accidental drowning.
Wyoming QB Looks to Take Out Insurance Against Injury
Allen says he and his family are in constant talks with Wyoming officials about the insurance.
Drilling Plan in SW Wyoming Draws Opposition
Though the proposal remains tentative it is already a cause of worry for conservationists.
Wyoming Man Faces Rape Charges Dating Back to 1974
The evidence needed to tie Pack to the Jackson sexual assaults wasn't tested until 2015.