Federal Board Sides With Navajo Coal Company, Says BNSF Must Ship to Canadian Port
Feds Side With Navajo Coal Company, Says BNSF Must Ship to Canada
U.S. Push to Lower Wildfire Risk Across the West Stumbles in Places
Administration officials say the thinning work is making a difference.
Colorado Springs LGBTQ+ Club Mass Killer Gets Life in Prison, Victim Says ‘Devil Awaits’ Defendant
Victims in last year's attack called Aldrich a “monster” who hunted down LGBTQ+ patrons.
Tornado that ripped through massive Wyoming coal mining site injures 8 people, officials say
A tornado touching down at a mine in Wyoming has injured eight people and knocked over employee transport buses and empty train cars at the facility.
Judge Blocks Wyoming’s 1st-in-the-Nation Abortion Pill Ban
The ban would limit services at two Wyoming clinics including the Wellspring Health Access that opened in Casper in April.
US Coast Guard: Pilot and 4 Passengers of the Titan Submersible Are Dead
OceanGate Expeditions is the company that owned and operated the vessel.
Judge to Weigh Suspending Wyoming’s First-in-the-Nation Ban on Abortion Pills
Judge Melissa Owens, in Jackson, will hear arguments Thursday about whether to let the abortion pill ban take effect.
Republican Governors Intensify Resistance to Sell Conservation Land Leases
The White House's plan would allow conservationists and others to lease federally owned land to restore it, much the same way oil companies buy leases to drill and ranchers pay to graze cattle.
Build Begins on Wyoming-to-California Power Line Amid Growing Wind Power Concern
Once built, the wind farm will feed electricity into the transmission system.
The Story Behind Juneteenth and How it Became a Federal Holiday
Juneteenth -- June 19, 1865 -- was the day when a Union officer reached Galveston, Texas, and announced their liberation.
Supreme Court Upholds Law Keeping Native American Children With Tribal Families
The court left in place the 1978 Indian Child Welfare Act.
Ted Kaczynski, the Unabomber Who Killed 3, Dies in Prison at 81
Ted Kaczinsky admitted committing 16 bombings from 1978 and 1995.