Wyoming backs coal with $1.2M threat to sue Colorado and other states
The law signed April 6 by Republican Gov. Mark Gordon creates a $1.2 million fund for an initiative that marks the latest attempt by state leaders to help coal in the state that accounts for the bulk of U.S. coal production
After shooting, unrest, Wyoming gets its first Black sheriff
Aaron Appelhans, who grew up in Denver, takes the helm of the Albany County Sheriff's Office in a time of turmoil following the police shooting of an unarmed man during a traffic stop.
Wyoming governor supports Weld County residents’ effort to join his state
Republican Gov. Mark Gordon said on Monday during an interview on KOA News Radio that "we would love that"
Weld County residents propose leaving Colorado again, this time to join Wyoming
A similar idea proposed in 2013 aimed to form a new state with several northern Colorado counties. It failed.
Oil companies lock in drilling on western public lands, challenging Joe Biden on climate
In Colorado, a dozen permits are approved or pending to drill in Pawnee National Grassland, a birding destination where wildflowers and cactuses bloom below the buttes
State of Wyoming proceeds with bid on massive parcel of land, much of which is in Colorado
Wyoming’s potential purchase of land and mineral rights in Utah and Colorado could raise as-yet unexplored legal questions
Wyoming coal interests funneled money, experts to influence Colorado PUC decision on closing parts of Pueblo plant
The Coalition of Ratepayers, a group formed by the Denver-based Independence Institute and which received money from out of state, still couldn’t stop the shutdown of Comanche Station units in Pueblo.
Wyoming looks to buy millions of acres of mineral rights, including in Colorado and Utah
The 300-mile corridor Wyoming hopes to purchase includes 190,000 acres in Colorado and about three times that amount in northern Utah
Colorado ranchers have beef with lab-grown and plant-based “meat” — and they want well-done labeling
Cattle and bison ranchers are looking for help to let consumers know where the food in their package came from, including whether it originated in a petri dish or another country
A Colorado photographer thought he was alone in the Wyoming mountains. Then he heard a rescue helicopter.
Dean Krakel accidentally triggered a tricky search and rescue operation while sleeping in his tent -- something that can happen with satellite messengers