CHEYENNE (AP) — Wyoming’s state auditor is failing to provide records of payments to state vendors and related information in response to records requests, two groups allege in a lawsuit filed Wednesday.

DENVER (AP) — The Trump administration on Wednesday eased rules on toxic coal ash from more than 400 U.S. coal-fired power plants after utilities pushed back against regulations adopted under former President Barack Obama.

YORK HAVEN, Pa. (AP) — On the morning of July 9, James Smith took a knee on the sidewalk outside a Rutter’s convenience store in York Haven, Pennsylvania, as a couple of friends worked on strapping a small backpack, containing his laptop, notebooks and such, to a larger pack that contained w…

POWELL — On the final day for hunters to apply for grizzly bear tags in the first season in Wyoming in more than four decades, a collaboration of environmental organizations penned a letter to the Wyoming Game and Fish demanding the 2018 season be adjusted or canceled.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic lawmakers joined scores of scientists, health providers, environmental officials and activists Tuesday in denouncing an industry-backed proposal that could limit dramatically the scientific studies the Environmental Protection Agency considers in shaping protecti…

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — An investigation into the operation of one of Missoula County’s justice courts found that the judge was frequently late for work or absent and had employees walk her dog and put court fees in an unlocked box on her back porch.

WASHINGTON (AP) — About a dozen members of Congress warned Tuesday that newspapers in their home states are in danger of reducing news coverage, laying off workers or going out of business if the U.S. maintains recently imposed tariffs on Canadian newsprint.

NEW YORK (AP) — Amazon was hoping customers didn’t see any more dogs, after early problems on Prime Day meant people trying to shop got only images of cute canines delivering an apologetic message.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — An Oregon woman who was badly injured and stranded for a week after her Jeep plunged 250 feet over a cliff into the ocean near Big Sur in California says she survived by drinking fresh water dripping from moss until she was rescued by a couple hiking along the beach.

STONEWALL, Texas (AP) — Fifty years ago, a depressed President Lyndon Baines Johnson decided not to seek another term. Martin Luther King Jr. had just been assassinated. Cities were burning in riots. College students were marching against the Vietnam War.