Facebook Ads Show Russian Effort to Stoke Political Division
Most of the ads are issue-based, pushing arguments for and against immigration, LGBT issues and gun rights, among other issues.
U.S. – N. Korean Summit June 12 in Singapore
"We will both try to make it a very special moment for World Peace!" Trump said in a tweet.
Wyoming Oil, Gas Lease Sale Scheduled for June
Bidding opens on June 20 and ends the next day.
Federal Bank Leaders Say Wyoming’s Economy is Recovering
Despite a coal production increase of about 4 percent in the last year, Felix says it may be not enough to spark an industry revival.
UW Athletics Made $104K From Alcohol Sales in 1st Year
Senior associate athletic director for business operations Bill Sparks says $82,000 in startup costs cut into the bottom line.
Wyoming County Files Federal Lawsuit Against Opioid Makers
Attorney Jason Ochs says the county wants the case decided in Wyoming.
State: Wyoming’s 2017 Birth Count Lowest in a Decade
It continues a recent trend of decline.
Yellowstone Steamboat Geyser Erupts for 4th Time in 7 Weeks
Geophysicist Bob Smith says there is no consensus for what's behind the geyser's unusual activity.
Snow King Resort in Jackson Seeks More Development
Snow King has been lobbying for being allowed to develop more attractions.
Group Petitions Wyoming DEQ to End Self-Bonding
The DEQ's revised rules regarding self-bonding are scheduled to go back before the Land Advisory Board in July.