Cheyenne, Wy – Penalties for drinking and driving may get tougher soon. The state house gave initial approval to a bill that is less lenient on repeat drunk drivers. The proposal would mean three convictions of driving under the influence in seven years would be a felony. Currently a driver has to have four convictions in five years. Representative Beckett Hinckley has spearheaded this effort for a couple years now and thinks it is critical to resolve.
Yellowstone – For the first time in more than 150 years, the Nez Perce exercised their treaty rights to hunt buffalo near Yellowstone. A conversation with hunt organizer and Nez Perce member James Holt.