A two-decades-running legal fight to establish federal protection for the wolverine — an alpine species scientists say is imperiled — is advancing in the courtroom once again.
State wildlife officials are blasting Grand Teton National Park’s decision to lead off its mountain goat eradication efforts with aerial gunning.
The group renovating Astoria Hot Springs Park has checked off another item on its to-do list: accept a donation of nearly 100 acres.
Five Jackson Hole Fire/EMS paramedics and emergency medical technicians were stranded in Idaho on Monday and Tuesday during emergency trips to Idaho Falls. The high-and-dry first responders were just one casualty of a winter storm cycle that has inundated the Tetons and Jackson Hole the past…
Two cherished streams draining the most central, developed parts of Jackson Hole are now listed as “impaired” by environmental regulators due to fecal bacteria pollution.
Every time a multimillion-dollar wildlife overpass or underpass is proposed to ease vehicle-wildlife collisions, one stakeholder or another suggests enacting a speed-limit reduction instead.
A bumper-to-bumper line of cars snaked up Ski Hill Road as eager skiers vied for parking spots Sunday morning before lifts started spinning at Grand Targhee Resort. Likewise, skiers and snowboarders packed mazes for a chance at untracked powder at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
A napping, lounging mountain lion immediately across the street from the Maverik gas station enraptured an audience of humans for a second straight day Thursday.
This is part one in a series about Teton County water quality. Next up, part two will delve into how the town of Jackson treats wastewater. — Eds.
A large swath of the high Tetons will be off limits next week to buffer the public from contracted aerial gunners who will have their sights set on mountain goats that have invaded the range and put a native species at risk.
With some last-minute changes being made to satisfy the state of Wyoming, the National Elk Refuge is moving forward with a 5-year plan to start whittling down its historic elk-feeding program.
Federal wildlife scientists have put to rest the idea that the late-season elk hunt in Grand Teton National Park draws in and concentrates large numbers of grizzly bears.
For photographers and wildlife lovers in Star Valley and beyond, the sight of mountain goats coming down off the slopes of Ferry Peak is a seasonal delight.
An unusual set of circumstances led to an extremely habituated litter of wolf pups being raised near Slough Creek last summer, a behavioral trait that likely played a role in two pups being hit and killed on Yellowstone roads months later.
Retired climbing ranger Jim Springer worries about impacts to native wildlife from golden eagles to bighorn sheep when he contemplates the prospects of daily scenic helicopter tours near the western boundary of Grand Teton National Park.
There were no congressional naysayers Tuesday to a bill that would create a $7.4 million pot to fund research and unite state agencies around the goal of combating chronic wasting disease.
A hit-and-run collision that took the lives of two habituated Junction Butte Pack wolf pups is being investigated by Yellowstone National Park.
Meghan Warren was driving to pick up the remains of an especially rare raptor Thursday when an even more perplexing avian visitor caught her eye.
Wind River Air’s Tony Chambers will present his plan to offer scenic helicopter tours and the Jackson Hole Airport Board will take questions and feedback from the public from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Teton County Library.
A Jackson Hole dude rancher and retired investigative journalist is imploring federal aviation safety officials to reconsider allowing a scenic flight company to do business in Jackson Hole.
The Jackson Town Council is asking the Jackson Hole Airport to delay making any decisions about allowing scenic air tours until the Federal Aviation Administration has studied the impacts of such flights.
When Yellowstone wrapped up its telecommunications plan a decade ago, the park specifically designated historic buildings like the Old Faithful Lodge and Lake Hotel cabins as places that wouldn’t be modernized with Wi-Fi technology.