Mike Koshmrl of the Jackson Hole News&Guide discusses human-bear conflict on Jackson Hole roadways, and the choice by Wyoming Game & Fish to haze famed grizzly “Felicia.”
Gov. Little discusses Idaho’s statewide housing shortage and the ‘discovery’ of the Gem State in an exclusive interview with KHOL.
Miss the headlines this week? Learn more about elevated E. coli in area creeks, fire danger and bear activity on Togwotee Pass.
Restaurants, a dog kennel and the Teton County Library are just some of the local businesses struggling to stay afloat this season due to labor shortages.
Miss the headlines this week? Learn more about potential property tax increases in Jackson, workforce housing, vaccine hesitancy and the upcoming wildfire season.
KHOL Spanish-language correspondent Alicia Unger reports on conspiracy theories and misinformation surrounding COVID-19 vaccines among some members of Jackson’s Latino community.
Drought conditions across the West are hitting farmers and ranchers’ financial bottom line and their mental health.
KHOL asks Jackson Mayor Hailey Morton Levinson about the town’s budgeting process and local worker shortages.
‘There’s No Red Energy. There’s No Blue Energy.’ This Conservative Advocate Wants to Reform Oil and Gas Leasing
Wyoming lawmakers have bashed the Biden administration’s moratorium on new oil and gas leases on public lands. But some policymakers say it offers a chance for Western energy policy to be improved.