A judge on Tuesday (November 29th) lifted a temporary restraining order that limited wolf hunting and trapping in the state, saying there is nothing to suggest rules now in place will make wolf populations unsustainable
Montana officials on Monday (November 28th) asked a judge to lift a restraining order that restricted wolf hunting and trapping following concerns that too many of the animals could be killed this winter. The hearing before District
American consumers and nearly every industry will be affected if freight trains grind to a halt next month. One of the biggest rail unions rejected its deal this past Monday (November 21st), joining three others
Two Wyoming State Hospital patients died while staff at the mental health institution failed to follow procedures in a series of choking, neglect and medication error incidents over the past four months, a lawsuit alleges.
Republican Mark Gordon has won a second term as Wyoming’s governor. Gordon beat Democrat Theresa Livingston, a retired educator and U.S. Bureau of Land Management employee. Neither campaigned extensively. Gordon emphasized his efforts to diversify
An environmental group filed a lawsuit Tuesday (October 11th) against U.S. Forest Service officials that alleges they polluted waterways during their campaigns against wildfires by inadvertently dropping large volumes of chemical flame retardant into streams.
A U.S. magistrate judge has declared unconstitutional two Montana laws that sought to prevent the closure of a coal-fired power plant by subjecting its out-of-state owners to steep fines if they wouldn’t pay long-term maintenance
A Montana judge struck down as unconstitutional three laws that restricted voting in the state, saying there was no evidence of the widespread voter fraud that the 2021 Republican-sponsored laws ostensibly were targeting. The laws
After months of defiance, Montana’s health department said Monday (September 19th) it will follow a judge’s ruling and temporarily allow transgender people to change the gender on their birth certificates. The judge issued a scathing
The operator of Montana’s Colstrip coal-fired power plant said Monday (September 12th) it was buying out one of the site’s co-owners and plans to construct a wind farm nearby that would generate 600 megawatts of
Cleanup continues after a fuel pup trailer rolled onto its side in Yellowstone National Park last week and spilled gasoline. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the accident, which happened at about 4am Friday (August
Wyoming’s attorney general’s office wants the state Supreme Court to take on a lower court lawsuit contesting a state ban on abortion in nearly all cases. The office on Thursday (August 18th) filed a motion
Officials say a tanker truck hauling gasoline in Yellowstone National Park rolled over Friday (August 19th) and spilled an estimated 4,800 gallons. An investigation was underway to determine whether any of the unleaded gas entered
Yellowstone National Park officials are investigating after a park employee spotted part of a foot, in a shoe, floating in a hot spring in the southern part of the park, officials said Thursday. Tuesday’s discovery
Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, Donald Trump’s fiercest Republican adversary in Congress, was defeated in a GOP primary Tuesday, falling to a rival backed by the former president in a contest that reinforced his grip on the