Despite an uneasy truce between environmentalists and ranchers, the fight over land use, water pollution and wildlife habitat remains as volatile as ever.
A controversial new study on water contamination from oil and gas development has made its way to a high-stakes legal battle over hydraulic fracturing. The question now is whether the court should consider it.
A judge in a high-profile civil trespass suit that pits ranchers against an environmental activist doesn't expect punitive damages.
A group of conservation, animal welfare, and media groups filed suit challenging Wyoming for its data trespassing laws passed in 2015.
Wyoming will hold a public hearing next week on its plan to allow five times more E. coli in 76 percent of the state’s waters.”