Wyoming Lawmakers Reject Medicaid Expansion Effort
The House voted 40-16 against the proposal to expand Medicaid and include those making 138% of the federal poverty line, or about $36,000 a year.
Montana Wildlife Commission Tightens Wolf, Elk Hunting Rules
The Missoulian reported Thursday that the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission tightened wolf hunting rules and reduced elk-hunting seasons.
Wyoming Governor Orders Migration Corridor Conservation
Experts say the loss of critical habitat like migration corridors have contributed in part to population decline for some species.
Wyoming and Navajo Transitional Energy Reach Liability Agreement
Negotiations between NTEC and Montana continue.
Pres. Trump Wants $1.5B Over 10 Years to Revive Uranium Mining
Trump's proposal comes as a new federal report shows domestic uranium production plummeting 96% over the last five years.
Wyoming Native Dead in Horse Riding Accident
Authorities say she died at the scene.
Report: Wyoming Safe2Tell Tips Increased by 1/3 in 2019
The program launched in October 2016 in the Natrona County School District before later being introduced to the entire state.
Bill in Wyoming Legislature Tackles ‘Cold Showers for Grandma’
The measure cleared introduction in the state Senate on a 20-9 vote Wednesday.
2 Lawyers Quit After DOJ Decision on Roger Stone Prison Time
One resigned as an assistant U.S. attorney.
Wyoming Officials Seek Recommendations on Teton Bighorn Sheep
Research suggests backcountry skiing displaces sheep from some of their best habitat.