Wyoming Sheriff: Dogs Harassing Wildlife Can’t Be Shot By Citizens
Farmers are allowed to kill dogs harassing livestock.
Former Wyoming Officer Seeks to Withdraw Plea in Toddler’s Death
Prosecutors say the defense is mischaracterizing information and attacking the woman's character.
Wyoming to Cooperate on Coal With Other States, Province
Wyoming is the largest coal producer in the U.S.
Project Could Address Water Quality in Nebraska, Wyoming
Officials are now studying the project's viability.
Univ. of Wyoming Discusses Sexual Assault Prevention
Nichols says the Associated Students of the University of Wyoming has formed a committee to look more closely at campus safety.
Democrat Gary Trauner Announces Wyoming U.S. Senate Bid [VIDEO]
Trauner has been working as executive director of the Jackson Hole Lacrosse Club the last two years.
Wyoming Senator on Key Congress Tax Bill Committee
Congressional leaders have said they would like to have tax reform legislation signed into law before the end of the year.
Flu Cases on the Rise in Wyoming
Influenza is a contagious, respiratory illness caused by a virus.
Julian Resigns After 11 Seasons as Sheridan Head Coach
Julian cited spending more time taking care of his parents for his decision.
Univ. of Wyoming Down Roughly 300 Staff After Cuts
Executive Director of Operations John Davis says it is a challenge working with fewer people.