Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said Saturday that steel jobs could make a comeback in Pennsylvania, but coal was a different matter.
This week, WyoFile reporter Dustin Bleizeffer visits with Cassandra Lee at KHOL 89.1 about his examination of Wyoming's workers' compensation program.
The state launched a new “Safety and Risk” division in April, re-assigning nine consultants and vastly increasing the number of visits regulators can make to identified high-risk workplace sites.
GILLETTE — Rumors about the coal industry are common in northeast Wyoming where strip mining provides 5,000 direct jobs and supports about three times that in the mine services sector. But when Arch Coal filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in
Poverty magnifies stress and inhibits access to health care, posing a threat to Native youth who hold the key to the community’s well-being for decades to come.