With the official start of summer rapidly approaching, more and more Wyomingites are heading to the state's lakes, but summer also means the possible return of blue-green algae.
In a news release Monday, the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality is advising the public to be on the lookout for blue-green algae, or cyanobacteria blooms in the state's lakes...
CHEYENNE — A horse in Wyoming has tested positive for a virus that can cause painful sores in infected animals, according to the Associated Press
Wyoming Livestock Board officials said Thursday the horse that tested positive for vesicular stomatitis is the first case diagnosed in the state this year.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is grilling Wyoming officials for what they call a "total disregard for animal suffering."
Dan Paden, Associate Director of Evidence Analysis for PETA, says he met with the Wyoming Livestock Board last June and provided the agency with evidence of illegal cruelty to sheep at eight different ranches in Wyoming, but officials still haven't
Two cases of the neurological form of Equine Herpes Virus Type 1 have been found in northwestern Wyoming. Organizers of the annual Wyoming State Winter Fair say the event will be discontinued if there are not more volunteers.
Wyoming officials say they have no plans to strengthen livestock regulations following allegations of mistreatment of pigs at a commercial farm in Wheatland. Doug Randall has the details. Food prices continue to rise, outpacing inflation for all other segments of the economy. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
The current manager of natural resources for the Wyoming Department of Agriculture has been picked to head the state's livestock board. Business Reporter Sharon Fain has the details. Crile Carvey Consulting in Laramie has received an award to develop a program for military mental health therapy. Doug Randall reports. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Doug Randall reports that the Wyoming Livestock Board has relaxed its requirement for horses entering the state, saying the risk of non-resident horses exposed to Equine Herpes Virus and entering the state has receded. State and Federal damage assessment teams are touring counties across Wyoming, even as flooding and the threat of flooding continues across the state. Click past the jump to liste
Daniel Sandoval reports that people bringing horses into the state have three days to have their animals checked by a veterinarian. The Wyoming Livestock Board ordered that requirement effective beginning today 5/19. Doug Randall reports that state regulators have begun operating an air quality monitoring station in a gas field south of Rock Springs. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio