Snow Closes Yellowstone Road Earlier Than Expected
Other roads in the park will remain open until Nov. 4, weather permitting.
Wyoming City to Get Federal Grant for Economic Planning Help
Kemmerer officials say they will also use the funding to hire a person to carry out the plan.
Wyoming Lawmakers Advance 3 Bills to Fund Wildlife Crossings
The fund could increase federal dollars appropriated under an infrastructure bill passed earlier this year, officials said.
Former Univ. of Wyoming President Wants to Join Records Case
Goetz sent an email to Judge Tori Kricken on Wednesday saying she must intervene to protect Nichols' privacy.
Kremlin Relishes US Pullback From Syria, Turmoil in Ukraine
Russia has long urged the U.S.-allied Kurdish fighters in Syria to come back to Damascus' fold, an offer they may need to take more seriously now.
6 Grizzly Bears Killed in Single Week in Northwest Montana
Two bears were hit by a train and three were hit on a nearby highway.
Bicyclist Completes Solo Ride of Entire Pony Express Trail
As she slowly pushed her bike up the steep incline, she remembered an old piece of advice about endurance riding.
Wind Developer to Pay $1.3M to Local Wyoming Governments
The project is expected to employ 400 workers during 2022 to construct up to 277 wind turbines.
Islamic State Supporters Escape in Syria as US Pulls Back
Esper said he was aware of the reports of escapes and of atrocities committed against the Kurds in the fighting.
Hunter Biden to Step Down from Chinese Board
Still, Republicans reacted to news of Hunter Biden's decision to step away from the Chinese-backed BHR Equity Investment Fund Management Company with deep skepticism.