A candidate for governor is drawing heat over revelations that he sued to close river access on the Gallatin River.
The Yellowstone grizzly population is poised to lose its endangered status, leaving protection in the hands of the states.
California, Arizona and Nevada are back in negotiations about the dwindling Colorado River water supply.
High-profile turnover at state agencies reflect a culture split between grassroots demands and developer interests.
Chief Jon Jarvis faces ethical challenges and questions about the agency’s approach to sexual harassment.
Legislative barriers to more widespread community solar remain, although some states are taking action.
Conservation, wilderness and water provisions long in the works were added to the massive energy bill.
For over a century, federal law has split Native American land holdings into tiny pieces. A settlement unites some of the splinters, but at a steep cost.
The early caucus drew attention to Western issues. In November, the state will play an even bigger role.
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