Your daily dose of the numbers and other developments regarding the coronavirus pandemic in Wyoming.
Wyoming’s Department of Corrections has yet to report a confirmed COVID-19 case among its inmates, bucking national trends.
As Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks reopen to keen interest, officials keep a wary eye on visitors and a steep decline of projected tax revenues.
Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks opened their gates for limited visitor use on Monday. Laramie photographer Mike Vanata captured the event in photographs.
Facing revenue losses some put at $600 million a year, governor and lawmakers discuss state agency budget cuts of 20-30%.
The blitz of hourly news developments associated with COVID-19 makes it difficult to track where we’ve been and what’s changed. WyoFile’s weekly review connects the throughlines.
The Colorado River basin faces a massive crisis. Former Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt lays out a road map that doesn’t entail arbitrary cuts.
Abuse and neglect numbers are down, writes Department of Family services Director Korin Schmidt, but likely because of underreporting. Here’s what you can do to help families in crisis.