Coal Mining Saw 2017 Boost But Long-Term Outlook Still Shaky
In the last week of 2017, the government says coal production fell 32 percent versus the previous week.
$20,000 Reward Offered in Wyoming for Missing Dog
Patrick Delaney, who is the property manager or the dog's owner in Jackson Hole, says the offer is real.
National Park Officials Euthanize Fox Because Of Human Safety
Biologists have documented increasing numbers of habituated and food-conditioned foxes in Grand Teton National Park.
Sessions May Still Prosecute Pot Cases in Legal States
It is not immediately clear how the decision will impact sales of the drug, which are legal on the state level in eight states and Washington, D.C.
Wyoming Man Gets Prison Sentence for Voyeurism
District Judge Thomas Rumpke said Carlson might have to seek mental health help after he finishes his prison term.
Wyoming Residents Voice Frustrations on Energy Developments
The group also voiced concerns about the company's application to set up an injection well in the area, fearing possible water contamination.
Wyoming Report on Economic Diversity Makes Recommendations
It also recommends that the state establish a venture capital fund for entrepreneurial initiatives.
Company Pays $950,000 Fine for Oilfield Waste Dumping
Nearly all of the Industrial Commission fine will go into a state fund that's used to restore sites affected by oil and gas development.
Wyoming Man Who Killed Colorado Deputy Bought Guns In Laramie
Federal standards prevent anyone from buying a gun who has been determined to be a danger to themselves or others by a court or other authority.
Thomas Monson-LDS Leader Dies at 90
A church bishop at the age of 22, the Salt Lake City native became the youngest church apostle ever in 1963 at the age of 36.