Clean Coal Plant in Wyoming Slated for Operation by Summer
Clean Coal says its process produces a coal product with fewer harmful emissions when burned, including carbon dioxide.
Flu Activity Increases Across Wyoming
The Department of Health estimates the season won't peak for a while, leaving time for vaccination.
Family of Man Shot, Killed by Rawlins Police Files Lawsuit
Uinta County Attorney Loretta Howieson Gerrard ruled that the shooting was justified last year.
Report: Wyoming is the 26th Healthiest State in the Country
Wyoming received a better rating than some other states in the West like Arizona, New Mexico and Nevada.
Small Wyoming Town on Road to Devils Tower to Get New Owners
They declined to disclose a purchase price.
Black Ice Causes 66 Crashes in 3 Wyoming Counties in Single Day
He says the two truck crashes were unrelated incidents.
U.S. Rig Count Falls By 1 This Week to 930; Wyoming Up 1
Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Kansas, Ohio, Oklahoma, Utah and West Virginia were unchanged.
Feds Repeal ‘Net Neutrality’ Rules – AG’s Will Sue
The Obama-era rules aimed to guarantee equal access to the internet, curbing the power of internet providers to control where people go and what they do online.
Univ. of Wyoming Conservative Student Group Funds Blocked
ASUW President Ben Wetzel says Turning Point violated several policies on how to promote and host an event.
Montana Wildlife Officials Ask Wyoming to Stop Feeding Elk
Wyoming Game and Fish commissioner Mike Schmid says he had not seen the letter as of Wednesday.