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BLM Lease Sale Ends In WY; Majority Of Land On Sage Grouse Habitat

The Bureau of Land Management ended the first quarterly oil and gas lease sale in Wyoming. It's offering nearly 150,000 acres-62 percent of that is on core sage grouse habitat.

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Got a song you want the world to hear? The 2019 Tiny Desk Contest is now open! If you're an unsigned musician, you could win a chance to play the Tiny Desk at NPR headquarters.

Wyoming – Renny MacKay speaks wih the director of the documentary about the Wyoming Indian High School basketball team.

Cheyenne, WY – Cheyenne-based Great Lakes Airlines faces trouble on two fronts: it is struggling through tough times in the airline industry and it has a looming problem over contract negotiations with its pilot's union. Wyoming Public Radio's Aaron Alpern reports.

Cheyenne, WY – Cheyenne-based Great Lakes Airlines faces trouble on two fronts: it is struggling through tough times in the airline industry and it has a looming problem over contract negotiations with its pilot's union. Wyoming Public Radio's Aaron Alpern reports.

Wyoming – Wyoming Public Radio's Aaron Alpern reports on what faces the 30 suspected aliens and where their arrest fits in when talking about homeland security.

Wyoming – Wyoming Public Radio's Aaron Alpern reports on what faces the 30 suspected aliens and where their arrest fits in when talking about homeland security.

Wyoming – Learn about the spread of chronic wasting disease in Wyoming and the latest research being done to try and slow the disease down. Aaron Alpern Reports.

Wyoming – Learn about the spread of chronic wasting disease in Wyoming and the latest research being done to try and slow the disease down.

Laramie, WY – The U-W Theatre Department is celebrating 50 years of summer theatre. But Wyoming Public Radio's Bob Beck reports that the reunion goes beyond that..

Laramie, WY – The University of Wyoming wants to make its sports teams more competitive. The school unveiled its five-year athletic plan yesterday. Wyoming Public Radio's Renny MacKay has the details.

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On Friday, en route to Florida aboard Air Force One, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders announced that ISIS' "territorial caliphate has been eliminated in Syria."

Sanders showed reporters a before-and-after map of Syria, indicating that ISIS no longer controlled any territory.

She said acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan was on board Air Force One and briefed President Trump on the way.

It's early Friday evening, at a small municipal stadium in Bangkok. The sun is going fast, but the rally for the pro-military Palang Pracharath party is just getting started.

Candidate Watchara Kannika is on the stage, warning would-be voters to keep out the "liars" and vote for "the truth." That truth, he says, is the country's coup-leader-turned prime minister, Prayuth Chan-ocha, who toppled an elected government five years ago.

A version of this story was first posted by member station WBUR.

Water leaders from the seven states that make up the Colorado River basin are one step closer to finalizing a drought contingency plan. Representatives from Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico, Nevada, California and Arizona met in Phoenix Tuesday to sign a letter to Congress asking for federal approval of the plan.

 A federal appeals panel has granted the state of Idaho’s request to postpone sex reassignment surgery for a transgender inmate. The inmate’s case now awaits a decision from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.  

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