A Casper native, Christine Peterson started as a Star-Tribune intern in 2002. She has covered outdoor recreation, the environment and wildlife since 2010, and became managing editor in 2015. If not tracking bears or elk on assignment, she's chasing trout.
Portions of ancient mammoth remains recently discovered on the shoreline of Buffalo Bill Reservoir may have been stolen, according to the Bure…
The longest recorded migratory mule deer herd in the world travels about a 150 miles from the Red Desert in southwest Wyoming to a place calle…
Strung across the west are invisible lines running north and south, jogging over mountains, down ravines, through prairies and across deserts.
One of the most popular stretches of river to fish in the state winds from Gray Reef Reservoir to a place called Lusby on the North Platte River.
Wyomingites care about fish and wildlife. A lot.
The tallest active geyser in the world erupted last week, though seismic data shows it was probably about a quarter the size of the previous m…
The tallest active geyser in the world may be erupting for the first time since 2014, according to the National Park Service.