JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) - Jackson officials have approved a resolution protecting against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, but it is far less forceful than a measure considered in the past...
The Wyoming U.S. Attorney's office has reached a settlement with the man responsible for starting the September 2012 Horsethief Canyon Fire that burned nearly five square miles near Jackson, according to a news release.
The state of Wyoming is putting up $1 million to help fund stabilization work at a landslide site that destroyed one home and threatened several other homes and businesses south of downtown Jackson last year.
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