Sage Grouse Conservation Changes Praised, Provoke Alarm
A document outlining the recommended changes was released Monday.
New Supercomputer Seen as Big Boost for Wyoming and Science
The machine put to work earlier this year in an office park just outside Cheyenne also will help scientists understand how solar flares affect satellites and communications.
Wyoming Bus Driver’s DUI Charge Dismissed; Witness Couldn’t Be Found
Court records say Sleeth failed a field sobriety test and acknowledged taking several over-the-counter and prescribed medications the previous night.
More Than $115,000 in Art Stolen From Wyoming Galleries
Police say it's unknown if the thefts are connected.
U.S. Interior Scraps Obama-Era Rule on Coal Royalties
The Trump administration put the rule on hold in February after mining companies challenged it in federal court.
Interior: New Plan Will Work With Wyoming, Other States on Sage Grouse
Mining companies, ranchers and officials in some Western states said the Obama-era plan would impede oil and gas drilling.
A Century After Deaths, Native American Students Return Home to Wyoming
They are among 181 Native Americans buried in the cemetery. Officials expect more exhumations and returns will eventually follow.
President Trump Announces Federal Aid For Wyoming Flooding Recovery
Rapidly melting snowpack caused widespread flooding in June, damaging roads and bridges as well as irrigation systems for farms.
Judge Dismisses Lawsuit of First Wyoming Man Exonerated by DNA
Skavdahl pointed out a case can't be re-litigated once judged on its merits.
U.S. Rig Count Falls by Four Last Week to 954
Among major oil- and gas-producing states, Texas gained four rigs and Alaska increased by one.