Rescues Continue in Colorado, Damage Widespread
The Colorado National Guard had evacuated total of 518 people by ground by Saturday morning,
Teton County Authorities Investigating Body Found On Bridger Teton National Forest
The body has not yet been identified and authorities say that the person appeared to have died a couple of week ago and appears to be male.
Three Injured in Fire At Campbell County Coal Mine
Officials with the U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration say the men were burned Tuesday about 10:50 a.m. at a coal truck crusher dump while they were working to change a bearing on a chain conveyor at the North Antelope Rochelle Mine.
Judge Dismisses Discrimination Lawsuit
Dion Custis says he asked that his gender-discrimination lawsuit be dismissed because it was taking up too much of his time.
Preference Point Deadline Coming Up
The Wyoming Game and Fish department says deadline to apply for preference points is September 30th.
New Mexico Man Sentenced To 6 Years For Hitching Post Fire
Judge Nancy Freudenthal sentenced 51-year-old Ajay Jariwala of Albuquerque to the maximum sentence possible on Monday.
Legislature Considering More Funding for Air Service
The Legislature's Air Transportation Liaison Committee voted recently to recommend the state increase its funding for the Airline Service Enhancement fund from $1.5 million to $4 million a year.
Colorado Man Dies From Fall While Climbing in Grand Teton National Park
The Park Service says the body of 40-year-old Edward Tom of Boulder was recovered Saturday in Garnet Canyon
Barrasso Votes Against Use of Force In Syria
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved a use-of-force resolution Wednesday on a 10-7 vote.
Two Cody Teens Sentenced to Life in Prison
Tanner Vanpelt and Stephen Hammer appeared in court in Cody Tuesday to change their pleas under a deal with prosecutors in the killings of 40-year-old Ildiko Freitas and her parents in the northwestern Wyoming town of Clark.