Kelly, WY – A 25-year-old University of Wyoming grad has been recognized nationally for his work documenting a pronghorn migration in western Wyoming.
Twice a year, about 300 pronghorn migrate over 100 miles from an area south of Pinedale to Grand Teton National Park. It's the second-largest land migration in the lower 48 states, and parts of it have been pinched by development.
Laramie, WY – The state has about a $100 million deficit in its Medicaid account. Wyoming Public Radio's Renny MacKay reports that's after earlier cuts to the program
Back in June Governor Dave Freudenthal reduced the Medicaid budget by $24 million. That program helps low income people get health care. Now, with the unemployment rate rising to its highest point in 20 years, there is more demand for Medicaid. Gov. Freudenthal says he thinks unemployment could continue to grow.