Federal investigators dropped the case against a Solitude homeowner who has fed grizzlies at her home for years, but the county could still enforce fines or take legal action.
A proposal for what could be the state’s largest fracking site is drawing community opposition in Boulder County.
With changing commodity prices as well as speculation, oil and gas wells on public lands aren’t always pumping.
A groundbreaking rescue last month put the spotlight on two of just seven women TCSAR volunteers.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department completed its third round of moose captures for GPS collaring in the Snake River Bridge area last week.
Colorado’s Northern Front Range has been out of compliance with federal ozone standards since 2012. Air monitoring shows that emissions from the oil industry are significantly contributing to bad air quality.
Residents of a tiny, unincorporated coal town on Colorado’s Western Slope are pitted against billionaire mine owner Bill Koch in a fight for clean drinking water.
2020 saw shifts in almost every aspect of life in Teton County, and that was reflected in what ended up in our waste stream.
As the Joe Biden administration takes over, it’s unclear how future environmental policies and trends toward renewables will impact local utility companies that have historically depended on fossil fuels.