A Teton County district judge questioned state lawmakers’ recent move to define abortion as “not healthcare.”
LGBTQ+ community hits Targhee slopes for first ‘Rainbow Run’
The ski event came as lawmakers pass anti-LGBTQ+ bills in Wyoming and across the nation.
Sublette County says ‘no’ to further expansion of multi-billionaire’s resort in “Little Jackson Hole”
Sublette officials voted against expanding a planned resort in Bondurant, a largely untouched area in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
Radio Diary: A day in the life of an avalanche forecaster
Gabrielle Antonioli’s forecasting days start at 4 a.m., when she analyzes weather and snowpack data to help keep mountain-goers safe.
Jackson disability advocacy group shutters amid financial woes
The head of Cultivate Ability said it may not be the only human service nonprofit struggling in Teton County.
Wyoming’s congressional delegation outlines its priorities for the year
Legislators say the debt ceiling, western drought and energy production are top priorities.
New abortion bill awaits Governor’s signature but many question its constitutionality
If the bill becomes law it will make the current abortion ban going through the courts void.
Public transit in Grand Teton National Park could still be a long way off
A new study on how visitors move through the park reaffirmed the importance of cars, superintendent says.
More than a hundred volunteers explore Teton wilderness for annual ‘Moose Day’
Numbers from the search help Wyoming’s Game & Fish Department get a more accurate picture of the health of the local moose herd.