Western water system that supports 40 million persons and a $1.4 trillion economy is at risk of severe disruption, State Engineer Tyrrell said last week.
Critics say Interior Department leader’s actions contradict statements he made Saturday in Grand Teton National Park.
A negotiation over surface leasing between a Crow family and Cloud Peak Energy has turned bitter, resurfacing some of the West’s most persistent questions.
A federal judge returned the Yellowstone grizzly bear to the endangered species list ending state management of the species and cancelling a planned Wyoming hunting season.
The Roosevelt Fire turns the sun a deep red Sunday evening in this view from the Hoback Rim above Bondurant.