BLM Proposing Northern Wyoming Wild Horse Roundup
The area of the proposed roundup is northwest of Worland.
More Than 1,000 Bison Removed From Yellowstone National Park
Meat from slaughtered bison is distributed to Native American tribes.
Wyoming Jobless Rate Falls to 4.0 Percent in February
In February 2017 Wyoming's unemployment rate was 4.5 percent.
Wyoming Statewide Snowpack Above Average
It is lower than a year ago when the snowpack was around 113 percent of media for the state
UW President’s Evaluation Will Not Be Released
Board President John MacPherson says, "Personnel matters are confidential by state statute."
Education Department Investigating Natrona County School District
All five Wyoming investigations are listed as pending.
Coal’s Tough Times Topic of Billings Conference
Tighter pollution regulations are also causing utilities to stop burning coal to make electricity.
More Fishing Guide Permits Possible on Popular Wyoming River
Wyoming fisheries biologist Jeff Glaid says more permits probably won't affect trout numbers.
Wyoming Gets $2.9 Million in FEMA Disaster Aid
Last spring's flooding resulted in a presidential disaster declaration for Fremont, Park and Washakie counties and the Wind River Reservation.
Univ. of Wyoming Offers New Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Degree
It will be a collaborative effort between UW's Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources and the College of Business.