- Federal government orders $648,000 to ousted tribal chairman Updated: Apr-29-15 6:01 pm
GREAT FALLS, Montana - Montana's Chippewa Cree Tribe must pay thrice-elected tribal chairman Ken St. Marks more than $648,000 for ousting him from office based on unsubstantiated allegations that he broke tribal laws, a federal agency ordered.
- Judge tosses Wyoming lawsuit seeking more horse roundups Updated: Apr-21-15 8:07 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - A federal judge Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit filed by Wyoming officials that sought to compel the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to promptly round up several overpopulated wild horse herds in the western part of the state.
- 5 years after BP spill: What's changed in offshore drilling Updated: Apr-20-15 12:38 am
NEW ORLEANS - As oil gushed from BP's ruptured well five years ago and public outrage built by the day, the Obama administration issued a six-month moratorium on drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.
- Plan would help endangered fish at Utah Lake Updated: Apr-12-15 6:41 pm
PROVO, Utah - The habitat for an endangered fish species found naturally only in Utah Lake and the Provo River would be improved under a plan endorsed by state and federal officials.