Univ. of Wyoming President Sees Bright Future Ahead
The plan lays out specific goals such as boosting enrollment and revenue by 2022.
U.S. Coal Mining Deaths Surge in 2017 After Hitting Record Low
West Virginia has led the nation in coal mining deaths in six of the past eight years.
Economists: Wyoming Economy Slowly Stabilizes
Wyoming has lost 6,500 residents since 2015, the biggest drop since the years following the 1980s oil bust.
State: Wyoming Elected Officials, Employees Are Immune From Lawsuit
The Voss Family Limited Partnership sued the state last year, claiming it fell more than $930,000 behind on rent payments for temporary office space.
GOP Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch Won’t Seek Re-election
Sen. Orrin Hatch, 83, says he's always been a fighter.
Wyoming Utility Energizes Buried Lines Connecting Teton Village
Officials say having the lines buried should decrease the risk of outages and possible damage by wind, ice and trees.
U.S. Officials: We Wrongly Announced Coal Mine Expansion
Officials with Englewood, Colo.-based Westmoreland didn't immediately respond to a request for comment Thursday.
Wyoming Wolf Poacher Caught
The man has been cited for hunting during a closed season, failure to tag the animal and shooting from a roadway.
Wyoming Oil, Gas Revenues From Leased Land Rose in 2017
State officials say the Wyoming's decision to switch to an online auctioning system may have played a role in increasing revenue.
Rep. Cheney Introduces Heli-skiing Bill
The bill would supersede a 2006 federal court opinion.