A University of Wyoming study is confirming that beavers can be helpful managers of the ecology and hydrology in riparian habitats. The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors will meet in Cheyenne this week
The head of the federal government's $70-million-dollar Wild Horse Management program warned last summer that the program is headed for a financial collapse unless some drastic changes are made to the decades old round-up policy
The University of Wyoming College of Education Scholarship and Research Symposium will be held on Friday, March 7. Two teens have been charged as adults in the strangulation last week of a 24-year-old guard in a Nebraska Jail
The Senate Appropriations Committee advanced a bill aimed at enticing a major pharmaceutical company to expand operations in Cody. Yellowstone National Park officials have captured roughly 150 migrating bison as they step up efforts to reduce the animals population
The House Judiciary Committee has advanced a bill that would require parental consent before certain education and personal data can be collected on their children. A Natrona County man who prosecutors say was the lookout has been charged in an assault and burglary case
The USDA has recalled over 8 million pounds of beef because of allegations that a California producer used "diseased and unsound animals" in the production of its meat. March 7 is the application deadline for the annual University of Wyoming Alumni Association Scholarship
The state Senate Education Committee has endorsed a bill that would allow teachers to carry firearms in Wyoming schools. Amy Richards reports. The Wyoming Department of Education has announced that cyclists in Laramie will no longer have use of the Puck Actuation System at the Grand Avenue and 13th Street intersection
The Sweetwater County Sheriff's Department says carbon monoxide poisoning has killed a Utah father and his son who were camping at Flaming Gorge Reservoir. The Casper City Council has signed off on plans to update the lighting system at the Casper Events Center
New Jersey's largest newspaper tells the State of Wyoming to butt out of a concealed weapons lawsuit in that state. The rapid up and down temperatures this winter are causing concerns for some of the winter wheat crop
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