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Wyoming legislators act to bolster state pension funds

JACKSON — Several bills signed into law by Gov.

Wyoming’s 988 suicide lifeline financially secure, even without a fully funded trust, lawmakers say

While the trust fund didn’t receive enough money this budget session to fund 988 in perpetuity, lawmakers say i

New law aims to protect vulnerable adults

JACKSON — A new state bill signed into law requires law enforcement to notify the Wyoming Department of Family Servic

BLM offers updated sage grouse plan

POWELL — The Bureau of Land Management released a draft Thursday of an updated sage grouse management plan that place

Camporee volunteers deal with shortage of housing options

GILLETTE (WNE) — Volunteers for the International Pathfinder Camporee have had to do some creative thinking to work a

Abortion questions sent to Wyoming Supreme Court

JACKSON (WNE) — A Teton County judge is passing along the burden of deciding whether two abortion bans passed in 2023

Wyoming Life Flight now authorized to carry whole blood on air ambulances

CASPER (WNE) — Casper-based air ambulance service, Wyoming Life Flight, announced on Thursday that it is now authoriz

Gordon vetoes Legislature’s $75M land-use legal fund spurred by Rock Springs plan

Taking on the federal government in court — however necessary — is not the job of lawmakers, Gordon wrote in hi

Legislature focused on relief for homeowners, but what about renters

SHERIDAN — Lawmakers spent weeks during the 2024 Budget Session filtering through over a dozen property tax relief bi

Nearly half of Wyoming counties lack an OB-GYN. Will lawmakers respond?

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Wind power is waning across U.S.

What does the trend mean for Wyoming?

Lawmaker says irrigators can’t afford Forest Service fees

Plans are underway to transform New Fork Lake near Pinedale as ranchers fret over potential costs.

Five things the Wyoming Legislature did to ease rising property taxes

During a session largely defined by conflict, lawmakers were mostly united when it came to property tax relief.

Governor vetoes two bills, signs 16 more into law

CHEYENNE — A week after the last day of the 2025-26 biennial budget session, Gov.

Lander woman founds magazine about Western outdoors

LANDER (WNE) — There’s a brand new magazine in town, as Mel Limpus, a fifth-generation Montanan and current Landerite

Brosnan gets in hot water for Yellowstone stroll

CASPER (WNE) — As James Bond, he had a license to kill — to go wherever and do whatever he wanted.

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