Federal Court Deals Another Setback To Ranchers In WyomingA federal appeals court has ruled that the U.S. Bureau of Land Management violated the law when it removed more than 1,200 wild horses from southwest Wyoming in 2014.
Appeals Court: Roundup Not Required For Overpopulated HorsesA federal appeals court has ruled against Wyoming officials who sought to require the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to round up wild horses from overpopulated herds.
600 Wild Horses Targeted In RoundupThe Bureau of Land Management estimates there are 600 wild horses in a herd near Craig targeted for a roundup next month.
Group Claims BLM Is Trying To Wipe Out Wild Horse PopulationThere were two cases presented to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Monday, both involving the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board and the management of wild horse populations in Wyoming.
BLM Committed To Healthy Wild Horses, Will Not EuthanizeThere are approximately 70,000 wild horses and burros on public lands in the West and there's been a controversy about how to deal with them.
Groups Challenge Federal Oil, Gas Leasing On Climate GroundsThe federal government needs to consider greenhouse emissions and the potential contribution to climate change before allowing oil and gas development on public land, two environmental groups asserted Thursday in a lawsuit over drilling in Western states.
BLM Auction Goes On In Lakewood Despite ProtestProtesters tried to disrupt a federal auction of drilling rights in suburban Denver on Thursday but the sale went on as planned.
Some Colorado Officials Support Rules On Natural Gas BurningMore than two dozen elected officials from western Colorado cities and counties have endorsed a federal crackdown on oil companies that burn off natural gas on public land.
More Coal Mining In Colorado Gets Regulators' Preliminary OKFederal regulators have given the initial go-ahead to more coal extraction at a western Colorado site under a plan that calls for the mining company to donate land for the greater sage grouse.
The Latest: U.S. Court Asked To Stop Christo's River Project In ColoradoColorado residents fighting the artist Christo's dream of draping the Arkansas River with fabric are asking a federal appeals court to throw out permission for the project.
U.S. Unveils Plan To Limit Drilling On Colorado's Roan PlateauFederal land managers have released a tentative plan to protect most of the wild but energy-rich Roan Plateau in western Colorado.
Rally Planned To Protest BLM's Auction Of Oil & Gas Rights Dozens of people are planning a protest in Lakewood Thursday morning to show their disapproval of the Bureau of Land Management's auction.