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.
Judge Blocks Federal Oil, Gas Drilling Rules Pending LawsuitA judge on Wednesday blocked new nationwide regulations for oil and gas drilling on federal lands from taking effect while a lawsuit moves ahead.
Colorado Group Claims BLM Trying To Breed Special Mustangs In OregonWild horse advocates are challenging U.S. Bureau of Land Management plans this summer to round up the famous Kiger and Riddle Mountain mustang herds in eastern Oregon.
Wyoming-To-California Lines For Wind Power Clear HurdleA more than 700-mile-long power line project to export Wyoming wind power to California has cleared a significant regulatory hurdle.
Roan Natural Gas Leases Back On AgendaTwo companies with oil and gas leases mired in lawsuits over the Roan Plateau are endorsing a tentative settlement of the case.
BLM Offers Alternate TransWest Power Line RouteThe preliminary route favored by federal regulators for a proposed $3 billion power line project to carry Wyoming wind power to California would create a new utility corridor through south-central Wyoming.
Fremont County OKs Christo's Over The River PlanFremont County commissioners voted Tuesday to approve a permit for the artist Christo's Over The River project.
Colorado Panel Extends Off-Road Vehicle ProgramThe Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission has approved $300,000 to extend a pilot program designed to make sure off-highway vehicle users are following state regulations.
Christo's Over The River Now Planned For 2015The artist Christo is pushing back the time frame for his Over the River project, which would involve suspending 5.9 miles worth of silvery, translucent fabric over specific sections of a 42-mile stretch of the Arkansas River.
Colorado Wildlife Commission Not OK With Christo PlanColorado wildlife commissioners have voted to send a letter opposing the artist Christo's proposal to suspend nearly six miles worth of fabric over parts of a 42-mile stretch of the Arkansas River.