WyoLotto Remits $1.2M in Profits to Wyoming Cities, Towns, Counties
Since starting up in April 2016, the lottery has sent over $14.8 million to the state.
Univ. of Wyoming Working on Increasing Need-Based Aid
UW President Laurie Nichols told the trustees that administrators will bring forth concrete recommendations at the board’s May meeting.
University of Wyoming Hopeful Enrollment Growth Will Resume
Moore says the university had received nearly 98 percent of the total applications it had for fall 2018 as of Monday.
Former Wyoming Player Found Not Guilty of Battery, Assault
The Laramie Police Department cited Redding in December 2018.
Supplemental Feeding Ends at Wyoming Elk Refuge
Animals on the refuge seemed to weather the historically snowy and colder-than-usual midwinter just fine.
Crews Begin Drilling Well to Test Carbon Dioxide Storage
Researchers plan to collect 3D seismic data later this year.
Lead Kills 1st Yellowstone Golden Eagle Fitted With Tracker
Golden eagles are one of North America's largest birds, with a wingspan that can top seven feet.
Justice Department Expects to Release Mueller Report Thursday
Mueller did not reach a definitive conclusion on whether Trump obstructed justice.
1 Wyoming Bison License Will be Available for $10
Proceeds of all raffle sales will go back to supporting Wyoming's wildlife and habitats.
Montana Measure Proposes Study of Wolves, Grizzlies
It's estimated about 1,000 grizzly bears and 900 wolves live in Montana, including Yellowstone and Glacier national parks.