Wyoming will again allow people to dine in at restaurants, meet in bars and gather in larger numbers as the state continues to post some of the lowest coronavirus infection numbers in the U.S.


Grand Teton National Park on Monday will open some areas for recreation and some visitors services after being closed to slow the spread of COVID-19.


Federal land managers say it will take two decades and cost more than $1 billion over the first six years alone to slash wild horse populations to sustainable levels on U.S.
rangeland.