The Wyoming Supreme Court must decide on whether Governor Matt Mead was justified in withholding documents pertaining to grizzly bear management. Doug Randall reports. The University of Wyoming is losing faculty members at an accelerating rate and is falling behind average pay levels at other public research universities. Trevor T. Trujillo has more. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
People who store fuel, crop oil or several other materials on farms or ranches must comply with spill control and countermeasure plans by May 10th. The Wyoming Supreme Court has upheld the life without parole sentence handed down to a Rock Springs man convicted of sexually abusing a 15 year old girl. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Wyoming lawyers for the state and the American Civil Liberties Union say it's possible that some of the half dozen or so inmates already serving life sentences for crimes that happened when they were juveniles may ask the courts to reconsider their cases.
Steven Sharpe was officially robed in as a First Judicial District of Wyoming Judge Monday Morning at the Wyoming Supreme Court Building at a ceremony presided over by the Wyoming Supreme Court Justices and attended by Governor Matt Mead, who chose Sharpe from among three candidates to replace Judge Micheal Davis in November after Davis was appointed to the high court
The Wyoming Supreme Court has upheld permits issued by the state and Converse County allowing construction of two wind farms in the Laramie Range. Doug Randall reports. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will no longer print the "Hunting Information and Application Booklet". But the information will be available online. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
The Wyoming Supreme Court heard arguments in the appeals of two Wyoming teenagers sentenced to life in prison for the home invasion slaying of a Sheridan man are asking the Wyoming Supreme Court to reduce their sentences in light of a recent Supreme Court decision. Doug Randall has the details. The Bureau of Land Management is seeking volunteers to count bald eagles in the Pinedale area next month. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
A lawyer for a Sweetwater County man convicted of sexual abuse of a minor told the Wyoming Supreme Court that it was improper for the trail judge to allow the jury to hear testimony from a previous victim. Doug Randall has that story. Joy Greenwold reports that federal budget restraints could mean fewer acres in Wyoming going into the USDA's Conservation Reserve Program. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Gov. Matt Mead announced today that he has appointed Michael K. Davis as the newest member of the Wyoming Supreme Court, according to a media release. Davis replaces Michael Golden, who retired after 24 years on the Supreme Court.
An attorney for a Sheridan teenager serving a sentence of life without the possibility of parole for a 2009 home invasion killing urged the Wyoming Supreme Court to find the teen's sentence unconstitutional. Doug Randall has the story. The Wyoming Department of Health is changing the way substance abuse and suicide prevention funding is managed and distributed across the state. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
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