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Malheur occupier Duane Ehmer sentenced to one year in prison
In March, a jury found Ehmer guilty of depredation of property, a felony.
Justice Department won’t release national monument documents
The U.S. Department of Justice on Wednesday asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit from Advocates for the West seeking the information.
AP Explains: Farm runoff and the worsening algae plague
Federal and state programs have spent billions of dollars on cost-sharing payments to farmers to help prevent nutrient runoff.
Hatch’s office predicts big reductions for Utah monuments
Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch's office says President Donald Trump is expected to significantly downsize two sprawling Utah national monuments
Land policies to be tested in Bundy standoff trial in Vegas
The trial sets up as a test of public land policies in Western U.S. states where the federal government controls about 85 percent of the land.
Hanford board says more money needed for cleanup
The Hanford Advisory Board says more money is needed to clean up the Hanford Nuclear Reservation
BLM hosts sage grouse meetings in Utah Tues, Wed, Thurs
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is hosting three public meetings in Utah this week to gather input on Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's plans to reassess sage grouse management policies adopted under the Obama administration
Reopening The Sage Grouse Debate Has Ranchers, Conservationists Weighing Risk And Reward
Many in Oregon are worried that any roll back of the sage grouse plans could land the bird on the endangered species list.
7 leaks found in Hanford’s oldest double-walled tank
Inspectors at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation have found seven leaks in the site's oldest double-walled radioactive waste storage tank
Chronic wasting disease found for first time in Montana deer
Wildlife officials say a potentially fatal disease that affects deer, elk and moose has been found in Montana for the first time