Wyoming Air Guard Tankers Activated to Fight Western Wildfires
Lt. Col. Todd Davis of the 187th Airlift Squadron in Wyoming says the C-130 will fly as low as 150 feet above the ground while on wildfire missions.
Wyoming Reservation Readies for Solar Eclipse Tourists
The tribal councils will open three swaths of land for campers willing to pay $500.
Report: Outdoor Recreation Means $5.6B for Wyoming Economy
The study shows how recreation is growing since Wyoming's energy sector has been in decline.
Wyoming Supreme Court Rules Against Casper
The Wyoming Supreme Court has ruled that the Casper municipal court had been illegally imposing probation sentences on minors charged with possessing alcohol.
U.S. Rig Count Increases by Eight This Week to 958
A year ago, just 463 rigs were active.
Former Wyoming Sheriff Gets Nine Months in Work Release Program
He was sentenced to three nine-month, concurrent terms with the community corrections program.
Federal Court Asked To Hold Off On Fracking Rule
The government would need to go through a series of legal processes before replacement, which includes receiving comment from the public.
10 at Yellowstone National Park To Be Punished For Harassment
Wenk says the disciplinary actions will make clear the park's expectations about employee behavior.
Wyoming Landslide Stabilization Work on Schedule, Within Budget
The project is expected to be finished by July 2018.
No Opposition from President Trump as Obama-Era Drilling Rules Contested
Arguments will take place Thursday before the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver.