Montana Man Seeks U.S. Supreme Court Appeal on Wyoming Poaching Case
Wyoming District Judge John Fenn upheld the conviction on appeal, and the Wyoming Supreme Court rejected the case in June.
Wyoming Man, 68, Imprisoned for Crash That Killed Two People
Maestas said he was sorry for what he did and would regret it the rest of his life.
Ex-Prosecutor, Wyoming Legislator Sentenced for Larceny, Theft
Five other counts, including two additional felonies, were dismissed as part of Krone's plea agreement.
Wyoming Wildlife Managers to Hold Grizzly Management Circuit
There is no current grizzly hunting season in Wyoming.
Wyoming Wild Horse Roundup Continues Amid Counting Dispute
The horse advocates asked U.S. District Judge Nancy Freudenthal to stop the roundup while their lawsuit moves ahead.
Wyoming Officials See Revenue Stream in Yellowstone Vehicles
With an average vehicle registration costing a couple hundred dollars, the state could theoretically be losing out on hundreds of thousands of dollars in fees each year.
Univ. of Wyoming Research Recognized By Animal Welfare Organization
UW's research project is headed by Beth Fitzpatrick, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management.
‘Welcome to Wyoming’ Signs Auctioned Off By State
Transportation officials say the old signs are replaced every eight years when new license plates are issued. In the past the old signs were recycled.
Bannon Calls Out Wyoming Senator Barrasso
Bannon also singled out Wyoming Senator John Barrasso for criticism for not speaking out against statements made by Tennessee Senator Bob Corker.
Zinke to Visit Grand Canyon to Discuss Harassment Survey
Widespread reports of misconduct have tarnished the image of the Park Service and the Interior Department.