On January 29, 1958, Charles Starkweather and his 14-year-old girlfriend were captured outside of Douglas after a two-month rampage that terrorized the country and later inspired the movie Natural Born Killers.
This week marks the anniversary of the wildest political battle in American history. On Jan. 20, 1913, a heated debate in the House of Representatives turned into a brawl on the floor of the Wyoming State Capitol.
One of the most infamous events in Wyoming history happened 35 years ago today. November, 16, 1982, 16-year-old Richard Jahnke Jr. and his sister Deborah killed their abusive father at their home near Cheyenne.
71 years ago today, on August 11, 1946, the Wyoming Air National Guard was officially created. Over the years, the 153rd Airlift Wing has flown in the Korean War, Vietnam, the invasion of Panama, the Gulf War and the War on Terror. The group also assisted humanity missions in Bosnia, El Salvador, Hai…