I have misspent far too many years in the journalism trade, most of those years in my hometown of Houston, TX. I was in Berlin when the wall came down, the Middle East during the Gulf War, back to Germany for reunification, and Israel 3 times during the peace talks. I've interviewed every President from Ford to George W. Bush, and broadcast from the cockpit of a B-17, a MiG fighter and the deck of the QE2. I've been a News and Program Director and part owner in both radio and TV, and am thrilled to be the new Regional News Director for Townsquare Media in Wyoming. I look forward to no more Texas summers, and am braced for a Wyoming winter...probably not braced enough.
Tornado Spotted Near Wheatland [PHOTOS] [VIDEO]
Law enforcement confirmed tornado.
Rollover in Carbon County Leaves One Man Injured
The Highway Patrol says they were both wearing seatbelts.
Wyoming Gas Prices Up, National Prices Down
A solid majority of states saw average gas prices decline last week, and I expect we'll hold that trajectory again this week.
Wyoming Gasoline Prices Rise Again
Finally some moderation has hit tens of thousands of gas stations across the country, following the drop in oil prices in recent days.
Suspect Assaults Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper
A member of the public stopped along the interstate to help the trooper.
President to Order States to Buy Coal
Farrell said, "There's certainly no credible justification to force American taxpayers to bailout uneconomic power plants."
Dodson to Run Against Barrasso in Primary
He had, though, originally announced in February that he would run against Barrasso as an independent.
Washington State Blamed for Blocking Coal Exports
U.S. coal mining contracted sharply over the past decade.
Natrona County DA Mike Blonigen Will Retire
Blonigen became district attorney in 2004 and has worked in the prosecutor's office for more than 30 years.
Population – Casper Down, Cheyenne and Laramie Up
What he found is somewhat predictable, given the tough times facing folks in mining and drilling.