Laramie, Wyo. – Conditions at the Jackson Hole Airport were favorable Monday when a United Airlines flight with 121 people on board slid off the runway.
The airport's director of operations Craig Logan says parts of the runway were covered in a thin layer of snow and ice, but he says tests showed that stopping the aircraft shouldn't have been a problem.
Cheyenne, Wyo. – The Senate continues working on legislation that will allow producers and the state to capture and store carbon dioxide.
During debate on the law that addresses so-called pore spaces underneath property, Senator Kit Jennings suggested a delay until more facts could be gathered. But as he has in the past, Senator John Schiffer urged the senate to move forward.
Supporters want the bills to pass so that Wyoming can begin storing CO-2 and find markets that favor environmentally friendly energy development.
Wyoming – The 2006 survey of Hunting, Fishing and Wildlife Associated Recreation says hunters and anglers spend over $500 million in Wyoming each year. This keeps the Executive Director of the Wyoming Wildlife Federation, Walt Gasson, very busy. Bob Beck interviews Mr. Gasson.
Wyoming – This week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency criticized the Bureau of Land Management's plan for drilling on the Pinedale Anticline. The EPA gave the plan its worst possible rating, which is rare. Elsa Partan interviews Larry Svoboda of the EPA.
Wyoming – The state legislature is reviewing the latest in a long list of health care reform schemes from the last few years. In most cases, the proposals either go nowhere, or don't quite fix problems facing people in the state. Bob Beck reports.