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Wyoming Continues Battle Over Science Standards

A 21st-century version of the classic range war is playing out in Wyoming. This time, the state is divided over rejecting the Next Generation Science ...

Wyoming Sticks by Coal Despite Upheaval

Coal is still king here in the heart of the state's Powder River Basin, where a column of trucks carrying freshly mined loads chug up ...

Who should we trust in climate change debate?

The ongoing discussion of climate change and the science we're using to understand it is generating more heat than light, as usual. - See more ...

Air standards on agenda at Wyoming energy summit

Representatives from the state and the utility and mining industries say they expect new limits to be released on carbon dioxide emissions that could hurt ...

Wyo. lawmakers push EPA for more time on water rule

DKRW Advanced Fuels terminates deal with Chinese contractor

DKRW Advanced Fuels severed ties last month with the contractor it hired to build its proposed $2 billion coal-to-liquids plant near Medicine Bow.

Wyoming officially rejects new science standards

This time the ruckus wasn't as much about evolution as man-made climate change, but whatever the reason, Wyoming has legislatively blocked theNext Generation Science Standards, ...

Wyoming top in CO2 per person amid new regulations

Turns out the worst state for carbon dioxide emissions per person isn't smoggy California or bustling New York, but a place famous for its big, ...

Executive optimistic about coal-to-liquids loan

An official with a company developing a $2 billion plant that would turn coal into gasoline and other liquid fuels near Medicine Bow said he's ...

Wyoming budget bill includes $500K for coal port legal battles

The state budget bill that got its first airing before the full Wyoming Legislature on Monday calls for using state funds to get coal exported ...