North Korea Launches First Missile in Two Months
It would be the first North Korean missile test since it launched an intermediate-range ballistic missile on Sept. 15.
Migrating Trumpeter Swans Arrive in Western Wyoming
Most of the swans live in the Canadian taiga during the summer and typically arrive in Wyoming in late October.
Montana Drafting Plans for Hunt to Monitor Deer Disease
Barb Beck with Fish, Wildlife and Parks says the hunt will be a milestone for how the state approaches chronic wasting disease.
Wyoming Lawmakers Consider Veterans’ Retirement Home
Federal grants would cover some of the costs.
Candidate to Lead U.S. Land Agency: No Advocate of Transfers
An Interior Department official declined to say if she's still in the running for the job.
Black Bears Back in Eastern Nevada After 80-Year Absence
In some cases, recent generations have moved hundreds of miles to sites near the Utah line.
Grand Teton National Park to Close Roads During Snow Storms
The park's snow plow crews will generally play a cleanup role after storms pass.
Deer Hunting Limited in Western States After Tough Winter
Hunting restrictions also were put in place in parts of Colorado, Idaho, Oregon, Utah and Washington state.
Judge Denies Reduced Sentence in Wyoming Homicide
Garcia acknowledged bringing 30-year-old Juan Antonio Guerra-Torres to a highway pullout where a family friend killed him.
Forest Service Hiring Nearly 1,000 Temporary Jobs in Region
The jobs include a variety of duties, including firefighting, wildlife, recreation, forestry and administrative support.