Lottery Ticket Sales Could Start In June
Wyoming residents will be able to buy tickets for two types of multi-state games — Powerball and Mega Millions — but not instant-win games like scratch-off tickets.
EPA Releases Final Regional Haze Rule
EPA officials say the plan will improve visibility across wide-open spaces while protecting natural resources and local economies which depend on recreation.
Legislative Committee Advances Two Medicaid Expansion Bills
The federal government has pledged to pay 90 percent of the cost of expanding the coverage for the first few years.
GM Recalling 370,000 Pickups For Fire Risk
The recall includes 303,000 trucks in the U.S. and 67,000 in Canada and Mexico. All of the trucks involved have 4.3-liter or 5.3-liter engines.
Wyoming House Committee Begins Hearing on Cindy Hill
The Select Committee will continue to take testimony from witnesses under oath through Wednesday.
Mont.-Wyo. Water Trial Wraps Up After 25 Days
An initial decision is expected in mid-2014 from the U.S. Supreme Court appointee overseeing the dispute. The high court will have the final say.
Federal Aviation Administration Seeking A $304,000 fine Against Great Lakes Airlines
The FAA says 19 flights out of Hays, Kan., in January 2011, were out of compliance with federal regulations.
Republican Leaders Support Gov. Mead’s Budget
The Republican lawmakers said they agree with Mead's proposal to increase pay for state workers, many of whome haven't seen a raise since 2009.
Some Public Lands Around Jackson Hole Closed for the Winter
Among the shuttered areas is a Bridger-Teton closure area that stretches north of the Cache Creek drainage into the Gros Ventre Wilderness.
Survey: American’s Don’t Trust Each Other Anymore
These days, only one-third of Americans say most people can be trusted. Half felt that way in 1972, when the General Social Survey first asked the question.