University of Wyoming Sued Over Nichols Demotion Documents
The university did not immediately have a response to the lawsuit.
Wyoming Medical Center May Affiliate With Other Hospitals
He describes the talks as still exploratory but says the matter won't take years to decide.
Wyoming Business Council Recommends $9.3M for Cheyenne plant
The Wyoming Business Council board has recommended the state approve a $9.35 million loan for a biomedical manufacturing facility in Cheyenne.
President Calls off Iranian Strikes, Ratcheting Down Tensions
He said U.S. economic sanctions are crippling the Iranian economy and more are being added.
Colorado Shooter Says He Targeted Kids Over Gender Taunts
Erickson said he saw McKinney reach for a gun then decided to shout for everyone to get down.
Funding Approved for Auditorium Centers at Wyoming Capitol
Officials expect work on the projects to begin next month and wrap up in November.
Bankers Survey Indicates Improving Farm Economy in 10 States
Bankers from Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming were surveyed.
Wyoming Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in UW Gun Case
The Supreme Court will issue a decision at a later date.
Wyoming Delegation Supports Trump Administration Coal Plant Rule
Wyoming is the nation's leading coal-producing state.
Wyoming College and Tribe Partner for Classes on Reservation
Officials say the college is working with Eastern Shoshone leaders on a similar agreement.