DOT May Provide Housing in Jackson
But funding is a key factor in determining the scale of the potential project, along with the department's needs.
Will Riverton Boundary Case Go to Supreme Court?
Supreme Court justice Sonia Sotomayor on Jan. 17 extended the deadline for the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho tribes to file the petition.
Wyoming Widower Sues UPS Over Accident
A UPS spokesman says the company does not comment on pending litigation.
Good Wyoming Coal Numbers for 2017
Travis Deti, of the Wyoming Mining Association, says the numbers are encouraging.
Electronic Passes Available for Yellowstone
The passes will be emailed to customers and can be stored on an electronic device or printed.
Wyoming Loses 3 in Latest Rig Count
The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. fell by one this week to 946.
No Skijoring in Jackson Hole
The event scheduled for mid-February was also canceled last year because a winter storm knocked out power to Teton Village.
Judge Says Reconsider Protections for Wyoming Bison
Yellowstone's 5,000 bison make up the largest remaining wild population of a species that once numbered in the tens of millions.
Survey: Yellowstone Elk Herd At Highest Level Since 2005
The survey showed more than 7,500 elk in Yellowstone and areas of Montana north of the park.
Wyoming Revenue Panel Studies Tax Proposals
The state is facing a nearly $500 million shortfall in funding its schools.