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Forest service calls in more resources to fight Horse Creek Fire

JACKSON (WNE) — The Bridger-Teton National Forest called in more resources Thursday to help fight the Horse Creek Fir

150-megawatt solar farm opens in Laramie County

CHEYENNE (WNE) — A year ago, a piece of land in southern Laramie County off U.S.

Nuclear bill expected to be boon for Wyoming

CASPER (WNE) — President Biden on Wednesday signed a seminal bill that sets the stage for a new era of American nucle

Contemplating growing crowds, Grand Teton National Park wants to hear from you

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Boom-and-bust cycle produced resilient innovators itching for a Wyoming nuclear energy industry

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Hard-line Republicans gather in pursuit of ‘the prize’: control of the statehouse

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Five Wyoming Albertsons stores set to be sold if merger goes through

CHEYENNE — If Kroger’s $24.6 billion acquisition of Albertsons goes through, the companies agreed to sell 579 stores

Alpine plane crash sheds light on turbulence over fly-in subdivision

Residents say the air traffic is noisy, uncontrolled and obscene in its opulence.

Proposed OSHA heat standard: protection for workers, costs for employers

CODY — The Biden administration has recently proposed a new Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule

Mental health is more important than money and fame

Celebrities and successful people occasionally pick money and fame over their mental health which can be a fatal mist

Xanterra employee arrested after making shooting threat

JACKSON (WNE) — The day after a Xanterra employee opened fire at a Yellowstone dining area, a second Xanterra employe

Discovery of body prompts investigation

LARAMIE (WNE) — The Albany County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a possible homicide.

Lummis cosponsors legislation to end unnecessary, woke DEI programs

CHEYENNE (WNE) — U.S. Sen. Cynthia Lummis, R-Wyo., joined Sen.

Spooked by price tag, billionaire cans under-construction luxury resort in Bondurant area

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Yellowstone shooter approached building with 200 people inside while firing rifle, park says

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Yellowstone shooting just another day in America for some visitors

Canyon Village closures rattle some visitors, while others ask, "What shooting?"

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