Legislature Moves Forward on Changes to UW Board of Trustees
The bill easily passed the House on Jan. 16 and the Senate Education Committee unanimously signed off on it Monday.
Wyoming Woman Admits Taking Gift Cards, Money From Elderly
She was arrested in August.
Three Candidates for Wyoming Game and Fish Director
They are seeking to replace Director Scott Talbott, who will retire this month after 34 years with the department.
Bill Would Qualify Non-Wyoming Students for Scholarship
A yet-to-be-established endowment would fund the program.
Wyoming Senate Defeats Local Official Residency Requirement
Berger is from Campbell County and the Weston County clerk initially denied Berger's candidacy application.
Judge: U.S. Must Reconsider Climate Impacts of Montana Mine
A final decision is up to U.S. District Judge Susan Watters.
Wyoming Basketball Player Denies Assault, Battery Charges
The senior point guard was suspended indefinitely on Dec. 12.
May Delay: U.K. P.M. Asks Lawmakers for More Time on Brexit
May's political opponents accuse the government of deliberately wasting time until lawmakers face a last-minute choice between her deal and no deal.
U.S. Strikes I.S.-Held Mosque as Syria Battle Intensifies
The Observatory said the besieged IS commanders have about 40 tons of gold and cash worth millions of U.S. dollars that they hope to take with them.
Tentative Deal Allows Far Less Money Than President Wanted for Wall
Democrats carried more leverage into the talks after besting Trump on the 35-day shutdown but showed flexibility in hopes of winning Trump's signature.