KHOL interviews Jackson Hole News&Guide reporter Billy Arnold about his recent coverage of Teton County’s new wildlife mitigation efforts.
Officials may have to start looking for home placements outside Jackson Hole if they don’t enlist more local families soon.
The Republican is trying to unseat incumbent Democratic Rep. Mike Yin in House District 16.
A bill in the U.S. House would allocate more than $2 billion for operations and maintenance of water systems in tribal communities.
The federal government’s pandemic response program to fund free school meals for all students is set to expire at the end of June.
Glenwood Springs voters overruled the city council’s proposed land annexation for a development that would have added 56 affordable housing units to the community.
Many longtime locals living on fixed incomes may qualify to receive a refund of up to 50% of their annual property tax bill.
KHOL interviews WyoFile reporter Mike Koshmrl about the impact of record wolf killings just outside of Yellowstone National Park.
Benefits for those harmed by the nuclear industry are expiring. Advocates are racing to help as many as they can.
The Radiation Exposure Compensation Act, which provides help for Americans impacted by the nuclear industry, is set to expire this year.