With three weeks left before Utah lawmakers wrap up their annual session, the House and Senate hope to fuse their competing visions for tackling Medicaid and the state gas tax while moving through... Read more »
Heavy snow up to three inches an hour began falling on Colorado's Front Range on Saturday as people prepared for another round from a storm that could bring two feet or more to some areas by the... Read more »
A group of New Mexico lawmakers wants to create a 500-mile, statewide recreation trail that stretches from Colorado to Texas and weaves through majestic vistas, monuments and cultural areas in the... Read more »
A record 10.1 million people visited Wyoming last year, accounting for an estimated $3.3 billion of the state's economy, and the state tourism director is hopeful that lower gasoline prices will... Read more »
A new website is trying to give Internet viewers a taste of the mountaineering journey up Grand Teton's 13,770-foot summit. Read more »
A top Wyoming lawmaker says the debate over whether to expand the federal Medicaid system in the state isn't over yet. Read more »
An Oklahoma prisoner accused of threatening a judge faces more counts after being shot in a failed escape attempt during a flight change at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Read more »
There are now more Mexican gray wolves roaming the American Southwest than at any time since the federal government began reintroducing the endangered predators. Read more »
Authorities say actor Emile Hirsch put a woman in a chokehold during an altercation at a Utah nightclub that occurred during the Sundance Film Festival. Read more »
The criminal case against a Marine accused of deserting his unit in Iraq a decade ago began taking shape when Navy criminal investigators assumed the worst about the Muslim corporal based on... Read more »
A gray wolf that was accidentally shot by a hunter in Utah was the same one seen in the Grand Canyon area last year, federal wildlife officials said Wednesday. Read more »
A Utah lawmaker has revived a bill that would allow adults 21 and over to carry a concealed, unloaded gun without a permit. Read more »
The rolling hills of northeastern Arizona where cornfields lined a watering hole and sheep grazed in the distance were home to Susie Robinson and her extended family. Read more »
A U.S. Marine who vanished from a base in Iraq and later wound up in Lebanon is set to face trial more than a decade after the puzzling case began. Read more »
Utah state officials have seen what they describe as a sharp uptick in attempts to hack into state computers in the last two years, and they think it related to the NSA data center south of Salt... Read more »
A Boston-based venture capitalist who led the operation that raised almost half a billion dollars for Mitt Romney's last presidential campaign, Spencer Zwick has spoken with five Republican... Read more »
The federal government is offering up to $50 million for drought relief in western states as California enters its fourth dry year, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and Gov. Jerry Brown... Read more »
A man charged with killing two Northern California sheriff's deputies stunned a courtroom Wednesday by blurting out that he committed the crimes and is ready to be executed. Read more »
In 1942, they were lumberjacks, miners, hunters and farmers from the United States and Canada, who came together at a U.S. Army base in Montana. Read more »
A Utah man charged in a case that spurred lawmakers to revise state law against so-called revenge porn pleaded guilty Tuesday to two felony counts of distributing pornographic material. Read more »
A plunge in oil prices has been accompanied by an exodus of RVs from the Wyoming State Fairgrounds, where fifth-wheels recently competed for spaces at one of the few campgrounds in the area. Read more »
Sundance breakout "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl," a quirky, heartfelt story about a pair of high school film-lovers who befriend a girl with cancer, won both the U.S. dramatic audience award and... Read more »
The Sheep Mountain herd of bighorns on the Idaho-Oregon border once contained nearly 90 members until the arrival of bacterial pneumonia. Read more »
A federal judge has agreed to let wild-horse advocates make their case for a court order blocking another mustang roundup in Nevada in a legal battle underscoring divisions among protection groups... Read more »
Las Vegas police have confirmed they are investigating allegations of corruption in the Nevada Legislature involving an extortion attempt aimed at a Republican assemblyman who has drawn criticism... Read more »
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