U.S. Coal Mining Deaths Surge in 2017 After Hitting Record Low
West Virginia has led the nation in coal mining deaths in six of the past eight years.
Economists: Wyoming Economy Slowly Stabilizes
Wyoming has lost 6,500 residents since 2015, the biggest drop since the years following the 1980s oil bust.
State: Wyoming Elected Officials, Employees Are Immune From Lawsuit
The Voss Family Limited Partnership sued the state last year, claiming it fell more than $930,000 behind on rent payments for temporary office space.
GOP Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch Won’t Seek Re-election
Sen. Orrin Hatch, 83, says he's always been a fighter.
Wyoming Utility Energizes Buried Lines Connecting Teton Village
Officials say having the lines buried should decrease the risk of outages and possible damage by wind, ice and trees.
U.S. Officials: We Wrongly Announced Coal Mine Expansion
Officials with Englewood, Colo.-based Westmoreland didn't immediately respond to a request for comment Thursday.
Wyoming Wolf Poacher Caught
The man has been cited for hunting during a closed season, failure to tag the animal and shooting from a roadway.
Wyoming Oil, Gas Revenues From Leased Land Rose in 2017
State officials say the Wyoming's decision to switch to an online auctioning system may have played a role in increasing revenue.
Rep. Cheney Introduces Heli-skiing Bill
The bill would supersede a 2006 federal court opinion.
Western Colorado Eyes Potential BLM Move
Nationwide, the BLM manages 386,400 square miles of public land.