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.
Suicide Prevention Funds Restored by Wyoming Legislature
So while the restoration of funding for community-based services is good news, Brand said Wyoming still has a long way to go to adequately address its suicide problem.
Study: Wyoming’s Wildlife Industry Had $1B Economic Impact
According to the study, hunters spent about $126 million on travel and $80 million on equipment.
Wyoming Police Officer Charged With Shoplifting, Misconduct
Riverton Police Chief Eric Murphy says McGinness is no longer with the department.
Proposal Would Support Clean-Coal Research in Wyoming
Carbon capture processes aim to collect the carbon dioxide that is emitted by coal-fired plants in order to reduce pollution.
Patchwork Health Care for Reservation Inmates Raises Concern
The BIA manages about a quarter of the jails, and tribes have federal contracts to operate the rest.