U.S. to Review Ended Protections for Yellowstone Grizzly Bears
Like wolves, grizzly bears have recovered well in some areas but remain absent from much of their historical range.
Montana Files Lawsuit Against OxyContin Manufacturer
The complaint also seeks punitive damages and civil penalties.
Wyoming Highways Reopen After Winter Storm
Roads north of Laramie also reopened after being closed.
Univ. of Wyoming Revising Mandatory Reporting By Journalists
The vice president of student affairs, Sean Blackburn, says his office will work with the board that oversees the newspaper to change the policy.
Boulder Blasting to Close Wyoming Highway
Drivers can expect 15-minute delays through Friday as workers prepare for blasting followed by cleanup.
Cheyenne Mayor Ups Ante on Demolition of Hitching Post Inn
The city would pay upfront, likely with money from a special loan fund and reserves.
Suggestive Emails Prompt Casper Fire Chief’s Retirement
Napier also declined comment on whether other employees were being investigated or disciplined.
ACT Scores of Univ. of Wyoming Freshmen Increase
That score has barely fluctuated since 2011, when the state began administering the ACT to 100 percent of its students.
Fundraiser for Wyoming Man Wrongly Convicted of Rape
The state of Wyoming does not pay restitution to people incarcerated for wrongful convictions.
Snow Expected Across Much of Western, Central Wyoming
The storm follows a weekend of relatively mild weather.