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CASPER (WNE) — President Biden on Wednesday signed a seminal bill that sets the stage for a new era of American nuclear energy, and Wyoming is poised to benefit if a nuclear renaissance takes …

With all signs pointing to more people clamoring to hike Grand Teton National Park’s iconic trails, drink in its majestic views and find parking in its crowded lots, the park’s …

ROCK SPRINGS — From the annual Liberty Parade to barbecues and family gatherings, Independence Day wouldn’t be complete without fireworks. This American tradition can bring happiness but …

ROCK SPRINGS (WNE) — The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is seeking public comment on a draft environmental assessment that considers a right of way for the Southwest Wyoming CO2 Sequestration …

Campground fees, day-use costs and cabin rental rates are climbing across many Wyoming public lands this summer — and further hikes are expected as land managers struggle to keep up with …

JACKSON — Little information is available about a deadly shooting in Yellowstone National Park that killed an alleged shooter and injured a park ranger on Independence Day. While …

CHEYENNE (WNE) — A sharp increase in tularemia cases reported so far this year over what’s typical for the state is concerning officials at the Wyoming Department of Health because the …

Caitlin Tan wanted to breed her childhood horse, JP, because she’s been “amazing” — the type of animal any equestrian would be lucky to have once in a lifetime. Having …

EVANSTON — Evanston resident Jorden Parks has been charged in the burglary that occurred in the early morning on June 14 at Rip’s Fast Stop. He faces counts of burglary, theft and …

JACKSON — The pace picked up in Wilson as soon as Teton Pass reopened at noon Friday. Cars lined up to drive up Highway 22. Gas pumps at Basecamp bustled. Travelers, locals and …

EVANSTON — Local officials met with state officials in mid-June to tour some of the abandoned buildings at the old Wyoming State Hospital campus. Evanston City Council members, Mayor Kent …

The $250 fine that Cody Roberts paid for his now internationally infamous wolf torment incident was not the steepest penalty that Wyoming Game and Fish Department law enforcement could have pursued …

EVANSTON — The pursuit for a multi-million-dollar state shooting complex in Uinta County has come to an end. State Rep. Jon Conrad, R-Mountain View, announced the unfortunate conclusion during …

CASPER (WNE) — Wyoming Senators John Barrasso and Cynthia Lummis marked their disapproval of new rules by President Joe Biden that seek to implement legal protections for certain undocumented …

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission wants to hear from Wyoming residents — and the U.S. public in general — about TerraPower’s Natrium nuclear power project just outside Kemmerer …

Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper Austin Bluemel received an honorable mention award during a ‘Top Cops’ ceremony last month. He was recognized for a hit-and-run on Interstate 80 that he …

JACKSON — As the Wyoming Department of Transportation aims to open the temporary Teton Pass detour this week, only three weeks after a landslide took out part of the pass, geotechnical …

JACKSON — Hiding in the shadow of a landslide that severed part of Teton Pass on Saturday is a mudslide that will cost $880,600 to address. The Wyoming Transportation Commission approved a …

KEMMERER — Monday, June 10, may have started like a normal day for Kemmerer, but as black vans rolled in single file to pickup more than 200 people to shuttle them to the official TerraPower …

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