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Move over grizzlies and wolves: Yellowstone visitors hope to catch a glimpse of rare white buffalo
Move over grizzlies and wolves: Yellowstone visitors hope to catch a glimpse of rare white buffalo

The recent appearance of a rare white bison calf has excited wildlife watchers in Yellowstone National Park.

In Wyoming, Bill Gates moves ahead with nuclear project aimed at revolutionizing power generation

In Wyoming, Bill Gates moves ahead with nuclear project aimed at revolutionizing power generation

Bill Gates and his energy company are starting construction at their Wyoming site for a next-generation nuclear power plant he believes will “revolutionize” how power is generated.

Massive chunk of Wyoming's Teton Pass crumbles; unclear how quickly the road can be rebuilt

Massive chunk of Wyoming's Teton Pass crumbles; unclear how quickly the road can be rebuilt

A massive chunk of the meandering Teton Pass has collapsed, leaving a gaping dirt gash along the mountain pass that is a critical link between small eastern Idaho towns and the tourist destination of Jackson, Wyoming.

Supreme Court sides with Native American tribes in health care funding dispute with government

Supreme Court sides with Native American tribes in health care funding dispute with government

The Supreme Court is siding with Native American tribes who said they faced increased costs after taking over management of their own health care programs from the federal government.

Rural pharmacies fill a health care gap in the US. Owners say it's getting harder to stay open

Rural pharmacies fill a health care gap in the US. Owners say it's getting harder to stay open

Rural pharmacies can be a touchstone for their communities.

83-year-old woman gored by bison at Yellowstone National Park

83-year-old woman gored by bison at Yellowstone National Park

Officials say an 83-year-old woman was gored and seriously injured by a bison in Yellowstone National Park.

With home prices up more than 50%, some states try to contain property taxes

With home prices up more than 50%, some states try to contain property taxes

Rising home values have led to higher real estate taxes around the U.S. Now many states are looking to provide relief to frustrated residents.

Most US students are recovering from pandemic-era setbacks, but millions are making up little ground

Most US students are recovering from pandemic-era setbacks, but millions are making up little ground

America’s schools have just started making progress toward getting students back on track after they fell behind by historic margins during the pandemic.