Man Gets Double Life Sentences for Deadly Wyoming Stabbing
Before sentencing, Fairbourn told the court he was innocent of the crimes.
U.S. Agency Asked to Investigate Miner’s Reclamation Bonds
Westmoreland disclosed last month in an annual report submitted to securities regulators that it was considering filing for bankruptcy protection.
President Trump Offers to Campaign for Barrasso in Wyoming
It was the only state where Trump polled over 70 percent of the vote in the 2016 election.
Wyoming Governor Candidates Grilled on Economic Proposals
They're running to succeed term-limited Republican Gov. Matt Mead.
Air Force Exercise Over the Northern Plains
The Combat Raider training is scheduled Tuesday through Thursday, with several types of aircraft.
Wyoming’s Northwest College Civil Rights Investigation
While the investigation has concluded, the Office of Civil Rights says it will monitor the school until all of the agreed recommendations were implemented.
Cheyenne School District Under Federal Investigation
A Cheyenne school district is under federal investigation for allegations of sexual and disability discrimination.
Suddenly, a Drilling Battle in Powder River
But the volume of applications for permits to drill over the last year — about 10,000 — has eclipsed even the coal-bed methane days.
U.S. Supreme Court Declines Action In Cheyenne Murder Case
The Supreme Court said Monday it will not take the case of Phillip Sam, who killed 19-year-old Tyler Burns in a Cheyenne park in 2014.
Steamboat Geyser In Yellowstone Erupts Again
Earlier this month scientists deployed 28 seismographs around the geyser to gather data.