Finding Cause of Wyoming House Fire Could Take Several Days
Investigators spent much of the day sifting through charred debris from the home.
Officials Plan to Cull at Least 600 Yellowstone Bison
More than 1,200 bison were removed last winter with most shipped to slaughter.
Garrison Keillor Fired Over Alleged Improper Behavior
MPR says an investigation is ongoing.
Wyoming Supreme Court Suspends Lawyer for a Second Time
Beduhn was also charged with more fines on top of the more than $10,000 he was already fined.
Denver Museum Receives 6,000 Dinosaur Bones From Wyoming
John Hankla, one of the many donors who put the collection together, says he hopes the bones will inspire future scientists.
EPA Gathers Coal Country Comments About Climate Plan Repeal
The Clean Power Plan sought to ratchet down use of the dirtiest fossil fuel.
Flags Lowered in Colorado for Fort Carson Green Beret
The Pentagon says he died Nov. 4 after being wounded in combat in the eastern Logar province.
North Korea Launches First Missile in Two Months
It would be the first North Korean missile test since it launched an intermediate-range ballistic missile on Sept. 15.
Migrating Trumpeter Swans Arrive in Western Wyoming
Most of the swans live in the Canadian taiga during the summer and typically arrive in Wyoming in late October.
Montana Drafting Plans for Hunt to Monitor Deer Disease
Barb Beck with Fish, Wildlife and Parks says the hunt will be a milestone for how the state approaches chronic wasting disease.