Wyoming's junior senator appears to have answered President Trump's call to reinvestigate an Obama administration "scandal".
A pronghorn doe enjoys the quiet of Jeffrey City on a Saturday afternoon, munching brown grass amongst the uranium boom town’s ghosts
State is ready to consider taking part in a federal effort to build temporary and permanent storage for nuclear power plant waste.
Wyoming may work with the U.S. Department of Energy in a new “consent-based” effort to establish sites for storing radioactive nuclear waste.
Energy Fuels Resources (USA), Inc. proposes to develop uranium deposits using conventional mining techniques in the Crooks Gap-Green Mountain Mining District located in southern Fremont County, Wyoming.