6:49 am
Fri January 25, 2008

Roadless debate continues

Wyoming – Bob Beck reviews the Clinton Roadless Rule and why Wyoming continues to oppose it.

6:43 am
Fri January 25, 2008

Reporters discuss wolves

Jackson, WY – Jackson Hole News and Guide Co-editor Angus Thuermur and Powell Tribune Editor Ilene Olson discuss the recent statewide wolf meetings and what is next.

6:38 am
Fri January 25, 2008

Wyoming's wolf plan explained

Jackson, WY – Rebecca Huntington reports on how Jackson residents are reacting to the states proposed wolf management plan.

6:32 am
Fri January 25, 2008

Cough Syrup can be trouble

Jackson, WY – Jackson Doctor Brent Blue explains cough syrup abuse and why some other the counter drugs are dangerous.

6:28 am
Fri January 25, 2008

Wyoming has a history with Uranium

Wyoming – UW History Professor Phil Roberts remembers when many in the state tried to market uranium.

6:24 am
Fri January 25, 2008

Construction going strong in Wyoming

Wyoming – Despite downturns nationally, construction jobs thrive in Wyoming, but that may soon change. The Contractors Association's Jonathon Downing discusses the future with Bob Beck.

6:23 am
Fri January 25, 2008

The impacts of early snowmelt

Wyoming – Peter O'Dowd reports that scientists are trying to determine what impacts early snowmelt means for downstream users.

6:20 am
Fri January 25, 2008

Interest Rate cut should not hurt Wyoming

Wyoming – UW Economics and Finance Professor Sherrill Shaffer discusses what the rate cut means for Wyoming.

6:15 am
Fri January 25, 2008

Wyoming's Juvenile Justice Laws are lacking

Wyoming – Elsa Partan reports that Wyoming handles Juveniles differently then other states and it means victims sometimes end up in jail.

WPR News
9:22 am
Thu January 24, 2008

Meetings statewide on wolf delisting

Jackson, WY – Wyoming Game and Fish officials are holding meetings around the state this week to explain a draft regulation to designate wolves as trophy game animals.

Giving wolves trophy game status could open the door to legal hunting and trapping.

Game and Fish's Bill Rudd says hunting interests will have to be balanced against federal requirements to maintain at least seven breeding pairs of wolves.

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