COLONY, Wyo. (AP) — A crash in northeastern Wyoming has injured a Wyoming Highway Patrol trooper.
LARAMIE -- United States Supreme Court Associate Justice Neil M. Gorsuch will visit the University of Wyoming College of Law and campus Sept. 16-17 in honor of the College of Law’s 100th anniversary. Gorsuch will make two public appearances where the public can attend.
JACKSON — Teton County's local regulations are again at issue in Cheyenne, as state lawmakers seek to squeeze the most revenue possible out of state trust lands in Jackson Hole.
ROCK SPRINGS -- Rural Wyomingites in the education and health care industries are encouraged to apply for the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Distance Learning and Telemedicine grant by April 10.
CASPER — A Navajo Nation-based coal operator reached a long-awaited agreement with the U.S. government Tuesday, giving federal regulators the authority to enforce mining laws at three Powder River Basin coal mines.
Grand Teton National Park killed 36 goats in its one-day aerial shoot Friday, an official said in a statement issued Tuesday afternoon.
As a week of budget amending wrapped up Friday, the House and Senate took opposite positions on a $500,000 appropriation to help the next round of laid-off coal miners or other workers.
SWEETWATER COUNTY — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department continue to seek information in the poisoning deaths of a golden eagle and ravens in Sweetwater County nearly four years ago.
CHEYENNE — The Wyoming House killed an amendment last week that would’ve brought the Equality State back into a national survey that asks middle and high schoolers questions about their health and behavior.
CHEYENNE – After 22 years of success on Wall Street, Laramie native Caitlin Long returned to the state last year, bringing along big dreams of blockchain’s capabilities in Wyoming.
CHEYENNE – A plan that would allow high school and community college students to earn school credit while also getting paid to learn skilled trades will have to wait until next year.
JACKSON — The U.S. Secretary of the Interior directly intervened in an aerial goat cull underway in the Tetons last Friday, ordering Grand Teton National Park Acting Superintendent Gopaul Noojibail to “stand down.”
SWEETWATER COUNTY — Interstate 80 between Rock Springs and Cheyenne was reopened at about 2:45 p.m. Monday after being closed for nearly five hours.
CHEYENNE – Some lawmakers want to take a closer look before giving it a final vote, but the Senate gave initial approval Monday morning to a bill highlighting a conflict between the city of Cheyenne and Cheyenne Frontier Days over police funding.
LARAMIE — With numerous legislators expressing concerns on Friday about the University of Wyoming’s leadership, both the House and Senate voted to have the Legislative Service Office to hire a “third party consultant” to examine UW’s governance structure and compare it to the “best practices…
WEST YELLOWSTONE, Mont. (AP) — About 200 people attended a weekend vigil for a 12-year-old Montana boy who was beaten to death earlier this month.
CHEYENNE (AP) — Grand Teton National Park officials have suspended efforts to shoot mountain goats from a helicopter in the wake of criticism from Wyoming's governor in the hours after the program began.
CASPER — The Bureau of Land Management released a final environmental review Friday of a closely-watched oil and gas project proposed for the heart of Wyoming.
CHEYENNE – Two weeks into the Legislature’s budget session, some lawmakers, including a few top leaders in the Capitol, are eyeing a big change to the state’s budget sessions.
JACKSON — Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon and the chief of his wildlife department reached out to Grand Teton National Park at the last minute to try to stop contracted gunners from killing the Tetons' nonnative mountain goats.
Multi-states Information Sharing & Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) & Coronavirus Alert: Cyber threat bad actors are expected to leverage the coronavirus outbreak to conduct financial fraud and disseminate malware (malware is software designed to disrupt, damage, or gain unauthorized access…
CHEYENNE – Despite opposition from the two main railroad companies in Wyoming, a renewed effort to require two-person crews for trains on all major railroads in Wyoming won approval in a House committee meeting Thursday night.
CHEYENNE -- They play so many roles in our lives: official greeter when you trudge inside after a long day of work; nurse when you have physical wounds that need licking (or therapist when the wounds are emotional ones); and the most loyal of companions at all hours of the day.
CHEYENNE — Two weeks into Wyoming's five-week legislative session, members of the House and Senate advanced separate versions of the state's roughly $3 billion budget for the 2021-22 biennium Friday night.
If the Legislature gives its initial approval, a proposed deal to buy 1 million acres and 4 million acres of mineral rights will test a numbers-minded governor as he negotiates with both a multinational energy corporation and political factions at home.
EVANSTON — Although assaults at the Wyoming State Hospital (WSH) hit a six-year low in 2019, violence there has continued to traumatize staff and at least one patient, who reached out to the Uinta County Herald after he was assaulted multiple times by another patient, ending up at Evanston R…
A powerful state senator chided environmental regulators Thursday after they proposed tightening the amount of pollutants a company can release from the Moneta Divide gas- and oilfield.
CODY — The wildfires ravaging Australia may be many thousands of miles away from Cody, but for Australian-born Cody resident Ty McGowan the flames hit much closer to home.
Aethon Energy violated environmental regulations as it dumped Moneta Divide oilfield wastewater into Fremont County creeks above Boysen Reservoir, the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality asserts in a letter.
CASPER — The former middle school teacher accused of sexually abusing a 14-year-old girl he met while teaching pleaded not guilty Thursday morning to the three felonies he faces.
POWELL -- Before coming to Northwest College, Sasa Starkjohann had never even held a shotgun. Then she joined the school's trap and skeet club — and is now preparing to head to the national Collegiate Clay Target Championships.
BUFFALO — On Tuesday, Johnson County settled a multi-million dollar property tax dispute with energy companies Carbon Creek and Powder River Midstream that has dragged on for more than three years.
After months of quiet discussions with an oil company, Wyoming officials announced Monday they are considering a massive land buy that one lawmaker said would be the biggest government purchase since Alaska. If completed, the transaction could entail dipping deep into the state's savings funds.
CHEYENNE -- After discussing it at length earlier in the week, lawmakers advanced a bill Thursday morning that has divided officials from the city of Cheyenne and Cheyenne Frontier Days.
GILLETTE — After extensive negotiations and legal wrangling, Campbell County finally seems to be on track to begin receiving tens of millions of dollars in unpaid coal production taxes.
CHEYENNE — Wondering what those historic markers along the highway are all about? Never have time to stop as you drive by at highway speeds. Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources announces a new and searchable monuments and markers interactive map at https://wyoparks.wyo.gov/index.php/home-mm
SWEETWATER COUNTY – The Sweetwater County Detention Center temporarily housed 11 out-of-state inmates who were pending transfer into federal custody by U.S. immigration authorities on Friday, Feb. 14.
ROCK SPRINGS – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) High Desert District has scheduled two public meetings regarding a draft resource management plan amendment and associated draft environmental impact statement for wild horse management on southern Wyoming’s checkerboard lands.
LARAMIE — The University of Wyoming board of trustees have selected three finalists to be the university’s next president: Gregory W. Bowman, dean of the West Virginia University College of Law; Edward Seidel, vice president for economic development and innovation for the University of Illin…
With significant tax increases defeated once again this session, prominent House lawmakers are pushing a conditional sales tax increase to confront a looming fiscal cliff.
JACKSON — David Stevens put $210 on Coralia Robinson and her horse team from Luthi Ranch in the final chariot race Sunday.