U.S. Senator John Barrasso said the President's State of the Union Address lacked leadership on important issues such as jobs, energy development and healthcare. Flags are being flown at half-staff at the Wyoming Capitol and in Campbell County in honor of Rep
A Michigan man was sentenced after he admitted to having sex with an under-aged girl in Casper. Wyoming's unemployment rate remained unchanged at 4.4 percent from November to December according to figures released by Wyoming Department of Workforce Services
The Western Sugar Cooperative is recalling 3,700 tons of animal feed distributed by a Lovell sugar factory where a woman was killed after falling into its water system. Terry Bradshaw will be the keynote speaker at a St
Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill said she is pleased with the Wyoming Supreme Court decision that said the bill that removed her duties as head of the Wyoming Department of Education was unconstitutional
Governor Matt Mead says he is continuing to work with residents who live near Pavillion to make sure they have safe and reliable drinking water. And a Casper man has been sentenced for his role in a bar fight
A Gillette based company has teamed with NASA to provide parts on the space agency's crawler transporter. Grand Teton National Park officials say despite the partial government shutdown in October and a stagnate economy, visitation went up in 2013 compared to 2012
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has order a full review of the nation's nuclear missile force. A power company is raising money for a multimillion dollar prize to spur technology to capture and use carbon dioxide emitted from coal-fired power plants
The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors has unanimously approved $13 million in state grants and loans to help Magpul relocate part of its operations to Cheyenne. The Joint Appropriations Committee says the state should designate money to county governments in the state of Congress cuts the Payment in Lieu of Taxes program
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