Possible Theft at Wyoming Mammoth Fossil Site Investigated
The Bureau of Reclamation and Wyoming's archaeologist are working to remove the fossils before the reservoir rises from spring snowmelt.
Sentencing Set for Man Convicted of Fatal Wyoming Stabbing
She survived and identified Fairbourn at trial as her attacker.
Final Defendant In Hitching Post Fire Will Not Get Prison
Falghun Dharia was sentenced to probation and must pay $11.3 million in restitution.
Cheyenne Frontier Days Sees Drop in Attendance, Profit
Cheyenne Frontier Days may incorporate virtual reality to enhance visitor experience, and could consider including participatory experiences with future events.
Wyoming Legislature to Focus on Budget, Revenue in Interim
Around 70 percent of the state's revenue comes from taxing minerals, leaving the state vulnerable to the boom-and-bust energy cycle.
Wyoming Coal Firm Appealed to Governor Over Mine Permit
A spokeswoman for the company declined to comment because of the active court case.
U.S. Rig Count Rises to 1,013; Wyoming Unchanged
Colorado and North Dakota each declined by two rigs while Ohio, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania dropped one apiece.
Environmentalists Ask Court to Restore Oil, Gas Emission Rule
The rule required energy companies to capture methane gas instead of burning it or wasting it at drilling sites on public lands.
Federal Air Quality Restrictions Lifted on Sheridan
The action lifts a construction ban on projects that could lead to air pollution and acknowledges that pollution control efforts have been effective.
Tariffs and Possible Trade War Worries Wyoming Banks
Creighton University economist Ernie Goss says weak farm income continues to weigh on the rural economy.