Wyoming – The relationship between state agencies and their federal counterparts has sunk to an all-time low. Wyoming officials say many of their complaints are lost on deaf ears in Washington. Matt Laslo reports from Capitol Hill.
Wyoming – Retired people are a reliable demographic. They consistently go to the polls and vote on the issues that affect them. We talked to some retired voters this week, first in the farming community of Pine Bluffs, and then in the university town of Laramie. Elsa Partan reports.
Cheyenne, Wyo. – State regulators say oil and gas companies are working hard to avoid violating federal air pollution standards in southwest Wyoming this coming winter.
Last winter, the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality issued its first ever ozone alerts because of pollution in the Pinedale area. Officials say emissions from two nearby natural gas fields combined with unique meteorological conditions to create ozone.