In the West, Pressure to Account for Water Lost to Evaporation
Hydrologists, state officials and other western water experts say the 10% evaporation loss can no longer be ignored.
Wyoming Weighs Changing Payment System for Surplus Solar
The bill's opponents include Claire Deuter with the Powder River Basin Resource Council.
Official: 7 Killed in California Community; Suspect Arrested
Officials say a suspect is in custody.
Warning About Aquifer’s Decline Sets Up Big Fight in Kansas
The warning has farmers, ranchers and powerful agriculture interests preparing to fight moves that they see as stripping them of control over water.
Montana Man Gets Nearly 4 Years for Role in US Capitol Riot
Jerod Hughes' brother, Joshua, was sentenced in November to just over three years in prison.
8 found fatally shot in Utah home, including 5 children
The five children attended schools in the Iron County School District, officials said in a letter sent to parents.
Seoul: Kim’s daughter reveal hints at prolonged family rule
The NIS earlier said the daughter is Kim’s second child named Ju Ae, about 10 years old.
Foot Found in Yellowstone Hot Pool, But Case Is Still Murky
Investigators used DNA samples to identify the remains as belonging to 70-year-old Il Hun Ro, of Los Angeles.
Benedict XVI, Reluctant Pope Who Chose to Retire, Dies at 95
In 2013, Benedict XVI announced that he would become the first pope in 600 years to resign.
Suspect in Deaths of Idaho Students Arrested in Pennsylvania
The four students were stabbed to death at a rental home near campus sometime in the early morning hours of Nov. 13.
13 Bison Die, Struck by Vehicles North of West Yellowstone
A total of 13 bison were killed.
Jan. 6 Panel Drops Trump Subpoena as it Finishes Work
The committee had voted to subpoena Trump during its final televised hearing before the midterm elections in October.