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Summer fire outlook: Sheridan area expected to be at high risk for wildfires this summer

SHERIDAN (WNE) — Sheridan County is bracing for a potentially severe wildfire season as experts predict a high fire r

Vintage bicycles sought for beautifying downtown Gillette

GILLETTE (WNE) — Gillette Main Street’s beautification and design committee is collecting vintage bicycles from Gille

Barrasso, Lummis bill would stop FCC regulation of AI in campaign ads


Park Service prevails over photographer in traffic dispute at site of wounded, famous grizzly bear


WYDOT answers more questions about Teton Pass engineering, monitoring

JACKSON — As the Wyoming Department of Transportation aims to open the temporary Teton Pass detour next week, only th

Lawmakers consider regulating foreign land ownership

CHEYENNE — States like Wyoming are looking at ways to put restrictions on or regulate foreign land ownership within p

Improved aerial firefighting base opens in north-central Wyoming

BUFFALO —  Federal and state firefighting agencies on Friday unveiled a new aerial firefighting base in Casper, a cen

Wyoming, Utah sue BLM over new rule

CASPER (WNE) — Wyoming and Utah are challenging the Bureau of Land Management over “public lands'' rules.

Degenfelder announces plan to streamline state testing

CHEYENNE (WNE) — State Superintendent of Public Instruction Megan Degenfelder’s Assessment Reduction & Efficiency

Landslide exposes Jackson Hole’s frailties, community strengths


New nursing home staffing rule concerns senators

BUFFALO — In response to a new rule from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services that they say could devasta

Wyoming takes another step toward nuclear energy

CASPER — Not a week after TerraPower’s seminal groundbreaking in Kemmerer, the Cowboy State has taken another step to

No special session: Gordon says Wyoming’s ‘well-equipped’ to fight feds on coal


Is Wyoming’s first-ever nuclear reactor a good idea? The feds want your input


Governor appoints new judge


Hot Springs County out of running for shooting complex proposal

THERMOPOLIS (WNE) — Last week, the Hot Springs County Shooting Complex committee was notified by the State Task Force

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