Nevada is still waiting for official designation of a new national monument. In late November, President Joe Biden said he is "committed" to protecting Avi Kwa Ame, known by some as Spirit Mountain, an area spanning about 450,000 acres near Laughlin.
Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon is again taking the Department of Interior to court. The governor has filed a second federal lawsuit against the Department.
Approximately 63 percent of Utah's public lands is managed by the federal government, according to the latest drafting of the state's resource management plan. But could the oversight for Utah's public lands, along with the revenue they generate, ever be handed over to the state?
The Bureau of Land Management said it is now going to make it a priority to protect wildlife corridors, which are the routes animals like mule deer take between their winter and summer ranges.
The Biden administration has set aside a massive oil and gas drilling project in the Uinta Basin due to its potential effect on the climate and greenhouse-gas emissions.
The Bureau of Land Management is kicking off its planning process for managing Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument with several public hearings.
Doug Vilsack will oversee the U.S. Bureau of Land Management's Colorado office, the federal agency announced Wednesday.
A new lawsuit hopes to reverse the Bureau of Land Managment's recent approval of oil and gas lease sales on public lands across eight western states, including nearly 120,000 acres in Wyoming, in part to protect public health.
Visitors to some Utah campgrounds may see some new fees next year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.
The Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service signed an agreement with the Five Tribes of the Bears Ears Commission that allows the three entities to co-manage the Utah monument.