Wyoming Radio News

UW Computer Cluster Doubles Capacity [Audio]
When UW Faculty members return to campus this fall, they will fins Mount Moran--a high performance computing cluster--has more than doubled it's capacity. The Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has approved Chesapeake Energy Corp.'s request to continue burning off natural gas from…
U.W. Team Helps Bring Water to Communities in Kenya [AUDIO]
U.W. College of education members and students interested in international aid went to Kenya to help bring clean water to communities there. Keep Casper Smoke Free has started a fundraising effort to defray legal fees in their planned suit against the City of Casper. Click past the jump to listen to…
Drilling Boom in Wyoming’s Powder River Basin [AUDIO]
A drilling boom has made the Powder River Basin one of Wyoming's most productive areas for oil. Doug Randall Reports. Yellowstone National Park's visitation in July topped 812 thousand visitors, down from July of 2012. But Yellowstone officials say they changed the way they count visitors at the beg…
Defense Secretary Signs Order to Reduce Furloughs [AUDIO]
Civilian employees at the Wyoming National Guard and F.E. Warren Air Force Base were set to return to 40 hour weeks today. Doug Randall has the details. Women are more likely to prioritize safety and fuel economy then men when choosing a new car. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
U.S. Rig Count Down [AUDIO]
The number of rigs actively exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. decreased by four last week to 1778. Fewer lake trout are being caught per net in Yellowstone Lake. Doug Randall has the details. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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