Our Cheyenne news staff. Amy Richards is news director, with reporting from Doug Randall, Kari Eakins, Karen Snyder, Daniel Sandoval, Sharon Fain and Ahren Broad.
Cheyenne News Staff
Federal Judge to Hear Wolf Lawsuit [AUDIO]
A federal judge in Washington D.C. will hear arguments from environmental groups challenging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's recent move to end federal protections for wolves in Wyoming. A Powell man accused of providing heroin that led to the death of his neighbor has been charged with ne…
Both Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks Open for Winter [AUDIO]
A 47 year old Northern Arapahoe man accused of beating his niece with a 20-pound barbell has been sentenced to two years in prison. Both of western Wyoming's National Parks are now open for the Winter.
Montana Wildlife Officials Will Reintroduce Big Horn Sheep in Madison Range [AUDIO]
Montana wildlife officials say they will reintroduce big horn sheep in an area of the Madison Range this winter. A man accused of molesting a 10 year old Casper girl won't go to trial until March.
Game and Fish Wants to Make Meetings More Accessible [AUDIO]
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is giving the public better access to its information meetings. The Natrona County School Board has appointed a former board member to fill a vacancy.
Mead Announces Information Partnership [Audio]
A uranium company has secured a $20 million state bond to begin production at a mine in northeast Wyoming. Kevin Koile reports. Governor Matt Mead has announced a partnership to create new maps and a clearinghouse of geographic information system data about Wyoming...
WYDOT Issues Chain Law Reminder [Audio]
WYDOT is reminding motorists about the state's chain law. Kevin Koile reports. A new report says 70 percent of students who graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in 2012 had a student loan debt. Amy Richards has details.
Capitol Wreath Laying Monday [Audio]
The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality and the state Oil and Gas Conservation Commission will be meeting in Riverton later this month. Amy Richards reports. The public is invited to a ceremony for Wyoming's State Remembrance Wreath on Monday in the capitol rotunda...
Bridger Teton National Forest to Begin Accepting Credit/Debit Cards [AUDIO]
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking volunteers to teach Hunter Education classes. The Bridger-Teton National Forest will begin accepting credit/debit cards for firewood, post and pole permits, Christmas Tree permits and other products...
Program Adding Wyoming Doctors [Audio]
Deborah Smith of Wyoming News Service says a provision of the Affordable Care Act is increasing the number of doctors in rural states including Wyoming. An upcoming luncheon will focus on the state and national economies. Joy Greenwald reports...
UW Researchers Contribute to Deep Ocean Rock Recovery
The cruise was part of the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP), a multinational research project that operates up to three research vessels that sail the world’s oceans.