Senate Passes Stopgap Spending Bill, Averting Shutdown
Talks on the broader full-year appropriations measures have hit a rough patch after the administration rejected bipartisan entreaties to add about $5 billion to grease their path.
Oklahoma Air Force Base Says 2 Killed in Aircraft ‘Mishap’
The military hasn’t released the conditions of the others involved or any names.
2 Insect Species Classified as Threatened as Glaciers Melt
They are mostly found in steep, remote areas that are hard to reach and away from backcountry trails.
Study: Yellowstone Bison Mow, Fertilize Their Own Grass
From 2012 to 2017, researchers fenced off plots of grass along bison migration corridors and compared them to the grazed areas.
Wyoming Supreme Court Hears Public Defender Case Arguments
Phillips found Lozano in contempt of court for refusing to take misdemeanor cases.
University of Wyoming Faculty Named New State Archaeologist
Pelton says he looks forward to fostering curiosity into the state’s history.
Israel’s Netanyahu Charged in Corruption Cases
Two close aides to Netanyahu turned state’s witness and testified against him in the case.
Divided US House Committee Backs Pot Decriminalization
A divided U.S. House committee approved a proposal Wednesday to decriminalize and tax marijuana at the federal level
Wyoming Lawmakers Nix Changes for Selling Home Solar, Wind
Opponents say the changes would have tripled the amount of time homeowners need to recoup the cost of installing solar power by selling unused electricity.
Wyoming Middle School Sexual Orientation Survey Angers Some
Hoelscher says the survey originated in the school counseling office, which sought to identify and reach out to marginalized students.