Cody Area Newscast

KODI-KZMQ Newscast for March 27, 2017

Operations to send bison in Yellowstone National Park to slaughter have come to an end for the year. The Park released figures last week that reports that more than 1,200 bison were culled this winter. 748 were

KODI-KZMQ Newscast for March 24, 2017

The National Weather Service says Wyoming’s three main winter months – December through February – were the wettest in the state’s recorded history. The Casper Star-Tribune reports that nearly 5.5 inches of precipitation fell on the state

KODI-KZMQ Newscast for Thursday, March 23, 2017

Airline service in Northwest Wyoming may be in jeopardy, if President Trump’s proposed budget cuts are implemented. The President has proposed eliminating the Essential Air Service Program, which subsidizes flights at Yellowstone Regional Airport during the off

KODI-KZMQ Newscast for Wednesday, March 22, 2017

The Cody City Council has approved the transfer of a liquor license, but the new owners are keeping it in the family. At last night’s meeting, the Council heard from Johanna Cardenas, who recently opened Michael’s Tacos

KODI-KZMQ Newscast for Monday, March 20, 2017

The increasing numbers of traffic fatalities in the state have the Wyoming Department of Transportation and the Wyoming Highway Patrol looking for ways to catch the attention of drivers to encourage them to make safe choices. WYDOT