Plan to Block New Gold Mining Near Yellowstone Moves Ahead
The U.S. Forest Service released a draft environmental assessment on Thursday.
Wyoming Fees for Copies of Certificates and Records Rising
The trust fund supports child abuse and neglect prevention.
New Wyoming Self-Bonding Rules to Undergo More Review
Travis Deti of the Wyoming Mining Association says the standards shouldn't be set so high that no one can use self-bonding.
Report: Wyoming Coal Companies Add 5 Full-Time Jobs
Wyoming Mining Association executive director Travis Deti says the jobs number shows that the industry has stabilized.
Lawsuit Claims Cheyenne Hospital’s Negligence Caused Boy’s Death
The family of a 15-month-old boy is suing Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, alleging the hospital's negligence caused the toddler's death.
Grand Teton Road Opens to People Walking, Biking
The 14-mile stretch of road won't open to motorized vehicles until May 1.
Wyoming State Superintendent Seeks Re-Election
Nobody else has announced they're running for Wyoming state superintendent yet.
Climate Change Rule Opponents in Majority at Wyoming Hearing
Over 200 people attended the hearing on the proposed regulations from President Barack Obama's administration.
Powell Officials Address Potential Threat to Middle School
Powell Police Chief Roy Eckerdt says the threat involved multiple juveniles.
Boot Camp Suggested for More Wyoming Women Following Lawsuit
No woman received a boot-camp recommendation prior to 2017.