Wyoming Sues OxyContin Manufacturer
The lawsuit claims Purdue convinced doctors to prescribe higher doses of opioids to more patients over longer periods of time.
Barrasso Outraises Trauner as Wyoming Senate Election Nears
Trauner has more than $307,000 in cash on hand.
ACT Scores Down Across Wyoming, Nation
In addition to a lower average composite score, national scores in all four areas decreased for the Class of 2018.
Lawsuit by Wyoming Mental Patient Left on Couch to Continue
The justices dismissed claims against the hospital, state Health Department and Mullenax in his official capacity.
Saudi Consul’s Home in Istanbul Searched
The account published in the Yeni Safak newspaper alleged that Saudi officials cut off Khashoggi's fingers and then decapitated him at the consulate as his fiancée waited outside.
President Reluctant to Condemn Saudis
The president on Wednesday called Saudi Arabia an important ally.
Army Corps Revives Review of Washington Coal-Export Project
The proposed port would handle up to 44 million metric tons of coal per year.
Man Sentenced for Taking Money From Cody Vape Shop
Mundahl was sentenced Sept. 5 by District Judge Bill Simpson.
Officials Release 14 Black-Footed Ferrets in Wyoming
More than 200 were released in the early 1990s, but the population later crashed.
Wyoming Agriculture Lawyer Joins Interior Department
She also was a leader in a movement that called for more local input on federal land management plans.