U.S. Rig Count Remains at 1,057; Wyoming Loses 1
Texas gained three rigs, Louisiana and Pennsylvania each increased by two and Oklahoma added one.
Many Wyoming Farm Loans Being Rejected
More farm loan applications are being rejected in rural parts of 10 Plains and Western states.
BLM Removes 3 Parcels in Wyoming from Lease Sales
The three parcels totaled almost 8 square miles.
Former Wyoming Neurosurgeon Sentenced for Bankruptcy Fraud
A former Montana and Wyoming neurosurgeon has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for trying to hide assets when he filed for bankruptcy.
Cheyenne Police Not Charged in Shooting
Cheyenne police won't be charged in the shooting death of a man who fired an AR-15 rifle at them.
Tetons May Get New Weather Stations
More information can enhance what users know before they venture into the mountains.
Wyoming Changing Temporary Auto Tags
WYDOT's Motor Vehicle Services program will cease issuing the green temporary tags on Aug. 31.
Carbon Technology Could Support 2600 Wyoming Jobs
The reports says Wyoming needs to set up funding for early-stage carbon technology.
Governors Say Ban on Land Deals Could Hurt Sage Grouse
The directive, issued in late July, severely limits a type of land swap involving federal property.
Wyoming Man Charged With Murder in Death of Wife
His attorney was unable to make the initial court appearance Friday, so a bond hearing will be held Monday in Cody.