The US Bureau of Reclamation is reducing the amount of water that flows out of a reservoir on the Idaho-Wyoming border. Research conducted by a University of Wyoming zoology professor indicates some bumblebees can fly higher than the top of Mount Everest...
A legal clash over water rights on the arid Northern Plains goes to trial this week as attorneys for Montana press their case that Wyoming farmers and oil and gas companies are sucking too much water from tributaries of the Yellowstone River.
Doug Randall reports that Senator John Barrasso says the Obama Administration is undertaking another power grab with it's proposed new guidelines on streams, wetlands and other sensitive waterways. Two Wyoming Businesses were among five regional companies honored at the Better Business Bureau's 13th Annual Torch Awards. Business reporter Sharon Fain has the details. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
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