University of Wyoming Faces $42.3m Budget Cut Over 2 Years
University President Ed Seidel and a budget reduction working group must come up with a plan for the cuts within 45 days
Wildfire Smoke Leaves Lung Damage Long After Air Clears
A research effort to see how long it takes people to recover from living with hazardous levels of wildfire smoke for seven weeks still hasn't determined the answer.
Wyoming Plans for High School Basketball to Start on Time
The Wyoming High School Activities Association says it plans for high school basketball and wrestling to start on time.
Wyoming Begins Early Voting for Nov. 3 General Election
The general election is Nov. 3. Polling places will be open on Election Day, but officials are encouraging people to vote early by mail to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Wyoming Elk Antler Auction Goes Online Due to Coronavirus
A Boy Scouts antler auction in Wyoming took place online this year after being postponed due to the coronavirus.
Documents Detail Push to Manage Yellowstone Bison as Cattle
Other documents include a paper from biologists that says the alleged economic threats of letting bison roam more freely were apparently exaggerated to bolster livestock interests.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies at 87
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a diminutive yet towering women’s rights champion who became the court’s second female justice, has died at her home in Washington
Survey: Economy Sees Improvement in Rural Parts of 10 States
A new monthly survey of bankers shows the economy making some improvements but remaining weak in rural parts of 10 Plains and Western states.
Wyoming Republican Party Censures Member for PAC Support
JoAnn True founded the Cowgirl Run Fund which aimed at increasing female representation in office, regardless of political affiliation.
Wyoming Coronavirus Count Surges, Student Tests Positive
The number of people in Wyoming who have been infected and have not recovered surged in one day from just over 500 to almost 600.