Police: Three Dead Following Apparent Eastern Idaho Boating Accident
Officials say they appear to have died of hypothermia in the cold water before being able to reach shore.
Landslide Closes Part of Wyoming Oil and Gas Field
The landslide destroyed a road to nine wells.
South Korea Honors Korean War Veterans From Wyoming
The veterans received the Republic of Korea Ambassador for Peace Medal Wednesday at White Mountain Library in Rock Springs.
New Comments Sought on Revised Wyoming Horse Roundup Plan
The group Friends of Animals said the scale of the roundup required more analysis including how the roundup would affect the herd's genetics.
Wet Weather Lifts Southeast Wyoming Partial Fire Ban
County Fire Warden Matt Butler says the fire ban is unlikely to be reinstated soon because grasslands are greening up.
Prescribed Burns Planned in Southeast Wyoming
The fires will range in size from a couple acres to as big as 100 acres.
Report: Visitors to Wyoming National Monument Spent Over $1M
Fossil Butte is one of two national monuments in Wyoming.
‘Safe Selfie’ Policy Adopted at Yellowstone National Park
Two summers ago, five people taking selfie photographs provoked bison into attacking them.
Former Wyoming Teacher Pleads Guilty to Child Pornography Charge
A court complaint states that detectives searched Bell's home in October and found 87 images of suspected child pornography on his laptop.
U.S. Rig Count Rises Seven This Week to 877; Wyoming Gains Two
A year ago, only 415 rigs were active amid a slump in energy prices.