A partnership between governmental agencies and university researchers has biologists searching Utah for beavers.
Research by a University of Wyoming graduate student found that a significant portion of identifiable fecal bacteria in Fish and Flat creeks came from human sewage.
15 years ago, residents and visitors to Telluride raised $50 million to purchase 570 acres of land on the west end of town for use as open space.
Wind River Air decided not to renew its permit with the Jackson Hole Airport when it expired at the end of April. Local scenic flights will now continue with less airport oversight.
A new report from KOA found that RV use, glamping and backpacking all saw record growth last year. The average camper is now younger, more diverse and increasingly from urban areas.
KHOL interviews Jackson Hole News&Guide reporter Billy Arnold about his recent coverage of Teton County’s new wildlife mitigation efforts.
Bark beetles are common across the Western U.S. and play a healthy role in helping thin forests during normal conditions. However, drought is accelerating their ability to kill trees.
KHOL’s Kyle Mackie discusses her reporting on a local program that helps Wyoming boys find success and heal from trauma.
KHOL’s Emily Cohen discusses her reporting on some leading female members of the community in Jackson and beyond.