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.
Stock Growers Land Trust Conserves Ranch Land Near Lander
The property is home to crucial moose habitat as well as sage grouse habitat.
Report Details Death of Kayak Guide on Yellowstone Lake
His death was the first fatality in Yellowstone Lake in 20 years.
State of Wyoming Auctions Oil and Gas Leases
The auction attracted 96 bidders.
U.S. Rig Count Falls to 993; Wyoming Unchanged
The U.S. rig count peaked at 4,530 in 1981.
Top U.S. Environmental Regulator Criticizes Rules in Coal Tour
Black Thunder is the second most productive U.S. coal mine and is located in a region that supplies about 40 percent of the nation's coal.
Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner Vacation in Wyoming
The jet will be kept secure at Cheyenne Regional Airport until they return home.
Plan to Block New Gold Mining Near Yellowstone Moves Ahead
The U.S. Forest Service released a draft environmental assessment on Thursday.
Wyoming Fees for Copies of Certificates and Records Rising
The trust fund supports child abuse and neglect prevention.
New Wyoming Self-Bonding Rules to Undergo More Review
Travis Deti of the Wyoming Mining Association says the standards shouldn't be set so high that no one can use self-bonding.