Wyoming Native James Watt, Interior Secretary Under Reagan, Dies at 85
A Wyoming native, Watt was interior secretary from 1981 to 1983, when he resigned.
Biden Plan Would Open Leases to Conservation, not Just Drilling and Grazing
Some Republican lawmakers contend the changes are a backdoor to excluding agricultural and energy development interests.
Wyoming Black Bear Hunter Accused of Killing Protected Grizzly Near Highway Into Yellowstone
The male grizzly weighing about 530 pounds drew a lot of attention from drivers after it was killed May 1 about 100 yards off the eastern highway into Yellowstone.
Casper Mayor: Sorry for Fiery Abortion Clinic Facebook Post
An arsonist burned the facility with gasoline as it prepared to open last May.
What Cuts to Dwindling Colorado River Mean for States?
A multi-decade drought worsened by climate change is adding to the urgency.
Challenge to Biden ‘Cost of Carbon’ policy dismissed
A federal appeals court has dismissed a challenge that several states filed against a Biden administration environmental policy.
Lawyer: Trump Indicted; 1st Ex-President Charged with Crime
A lawyer for Donald Trump said Thursday he's been told that the former president has been indicted in New York on charges involving payments made during the 2016 presidential campaign to silence claims of an extramarital sexual encounter.
Judge halts Wyoming abortion ban days after it took effect
A judge has temporarily blocked Wyoming’s new abortion ban. Wednesday's decision means abortion is legal again in Wyoming.
Judge to Consider Allowing Abortions to Resume in Wyoming
The ban took effect Sunday, making abortion illegal in Wyoming.
New Law Puts Wyoming at Forefront of Abortion Pill Bans
The bill passed alongside a new, sweeping abortion ban and observers say both measures are likely to be challenged in court.