Wyoming Agrees to Utility’s Plans for 3 New Wind Farms
All interveners except a sheep ranch have withdrawn from the case.
Locomotive Burns in Wyoming City, Two Workers Treated
A Union Pacific team cleaned up diesel fuel that spilled.
Court Orders New Sentencing for Wyoming Man Convicted of Murder
The high court on Friday ruled that his sentence was unconstitutional.
Wyoming Economy Showing Life After Energy Downturn
The number of rigs drilling for oil has hit a three-year high and that activity is pulling in new employees.
Barrasso Proposal to Help Ranchers and Farmers With Regs
Barrasso's state Republican colleague, Sen. Mike Enzi, is among the co-sponsors.
Jackson Ranked 6th by Bike Group for its Bicycle Network
The group recently compiled Bicycle Network Scores for 502 places across the country.
Wyoming County Tests New, Modern Jury System
The system is only currently available in the Laramie County Circuit Court and District Court, as well as the Platte County Circuit and District courts.
Wyoming’s Barrasso Reacts to Pruitt Investigation
An internal government watchdog says the Environmental Protection Agency violated federal spending laws when purchasing a $43,000 soundproof privacy booth for Administrator Scott Pruitt to make private phone calls in his office.
Wyoming Wind Farm Plans Moving Forward
Plans for a fourth wind farm have been dropped, at least for now.
President Says Syrian Attack Successful
Pentagon officials said the assault pummeled, but did not eliminate the Syrian program.