Federal officials are in Idaho to discuss where to store nuclear waste.
Before their decline, there were an estimated 50,000 grizzlies in the West.
North Dakota has joined the raw-milk movement.
Voter registration has changed in Idaho.
20 attorneys general have filed legal arguments in a federal lawsuit challenging Idaho's law.
A spending bill in Washington, D.C. includes a provision to conduct further study of wind energy.
The $5 trillion Congress spent on pandemic relief efforts has been so difficult to track that it has even stumped some government investigators.
(Northern Rockies News Service) Concerns are growing in the west about nuclear waste transportation.
Tuesday, the Snake River Alliance held a webinar on these concerns, heightened by the potential of a temporary waste facility opening in New Mexico.
Kevin Kamps is the radioactive waste specialist for Beyond Nuclear. He said these fears are combined with the recent train derailment of toxic waste in Ohio.
He said the federal government and nuclear power industry are rushing to create the New Mexico temporary waste facility.
Nine conservation groups are calling on wildlife agencies to require black bear hunters to take a bear identification course.