GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK, Wyo – Grand Teton National Park officials say a female black bear cub has been hit and killed by a car.
Park officials say the cub was killed Wednesday night when it was following its mother and a sibling across the road. They say the driver, a Moran resident, told a ranger he swerved to avoid the bears but struck the last one.
Officials say the driver called in the incident and waited for the ranger to arrive.
University of Wyoming Declines Adopting Speaker Policy
Wyoming – This week University of Wyoming president Tom Buchanan was emphatic when he declared the university will not create a speakers' policy. The policy could have set up a process to review speakers invited to campus. Renny MacKay reports.
A conversation with the University of Wyoming College of Business Dean Brent Hathaway.
Wyoming – The College of Business opened the doors to its new facility this semester. The eco-friendly building is very high tech and focuses on enhancing the student experience. Dean Brent Hathaway discusses what the building will mean with Wyoming Public Radio's Bob Beck.
Superintendent Jim McBride Discusses Recently Released Education Summary
Wyoming – The current State Superintendent, Jim McBride, is in his last months in office. One of the things McBride did during his administration is start sending out a packet of information on schools every year. It's kind of a report card and a newsletter, with facts on each district. He Speaks with Renny MacKay
Wyoming – In several Wyoming communities there has been significant growth in the Hispanic population. This has meant changes in the dynamics for Wyoming schools too. Some of the thanks traces back to the 1940s when federal judges in California ruled that the state could not segregate Latinos. She speaks with Renny MacKay.
Wyoming – Next month, the Bridger-Teton National Forest is expected to release a draft environmental study on a Texas company's proposal to drill in the Wyoming Range. The proposal is in an area Congress voted to put off limits to new oil and gas leasing, when it passed the Wyoming Range Legacy Act in 2009. WPR's Rebecca Huntington reports.
Wyoming – Wyoming's version of food stamps, called the Supplemental Assistance Nutrition Program or SNAP, started seeing some significant increased use during the last year. Heather Babbitt oversees the program for the Wyoming Department of Family Services. She speaks with WPR's Bob Beck.