There is new information about the death of a well-known mule deer that frequented the campus of Western Wyoming Community College in Rock Springs. The latest edition of a USDA report shows trends in rural America's population, economy and employment
The Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has adopted new rules that require petroleum companies drilling for oil and gas to first test for pollution in nearby water wells. A national panel of judicial and law enforcement experts has released recommendations on how to make tribal communities safer
A state facility for the developmentally disabled in central Wyoming is accused of confining residents in restraint chairs more than 100 times during a four year period. A 2006 UN report said that global livestock production was responsible for 18 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions
The Sierra Club and the Bridger-Teton National Forest have joined forces to help prevent conflicts between bears and humans. Amy Richards reports. The University of Wyoming Energy Resources Council will meet Friday
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says a $10 million dollar grant will help researchers find ways to convert beetle invested trees into biofuel feedstocks. Anglers will have a chance to win big money and a two-year lease on a new truck in the upcoming annual Burbot Bash at Flaming Gorge Reservoir
University of Wyoming faculty who are interested in using the NCAR Supercomputing Center in Cheyenne have until November 22 to apply. Amy Richards reports. The Wyoming Veterans Commission will hold it's quarterly meeting via teleconference November 21
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