Wyoming – The Wyoming Department of Health has sent questionnaires to private doctors throughout the state asking them to screen veterans for mental health problems. Wyoming Public Radio's Kristin Espeland talked with Medicaid medical director James Bush about what veterans returning from war are facing.
Yellowstone, WY – Scientists have been monitoring Yellowstone National Park's massive volcano system, but they're held back by ancient technology. And some say there could be hazards we aren't tracking sufficiently. Wyoming Public Radio's Kristin Espeland reports.
Wyoming – Scientists are looking at examples of rapidly changing ecosystems as the Rocky Mountains get gradually warmer. Tiny, furry Pikas may be one casualty of that change. Aspen Public Radio's Kirk Siegler has more.
Wyoming – An Arapaho horse trainer on the Wind River Indian Reservation has a special gift for communicating with horses. As it turns out, Stanford Addison has a way with troubled teens, too. Wyoming Public Radio's Elsa Heidorn reports.
Wyoming – Before the days of Interstate 80, the Lincoln Highway took travelers across Wyoming. Wyoming Public Radio's Bob Beck talks with Michael Wallis, who has written a book about the old highway and what is special about it.
Cheyenne, Wy – Cheyenne Attorney Bruce Salzburg has been chosen by the Governor to be the next Wyoming Attorney General. Salzburg is a partner in the law firm of Freudenthal-Salzburg and Bonds and has been involved in a number of cases of statewide importance.
Salzburg notes that there are a number of pending legal cases but he says he has followed many of them through the media and notes that the AG's staff should be able to get him up to speed. He begins his new job in September.