Riverton Mayor Pushing for State Beer Tax Increase
Mayor Ron Warpness has been working with Sen. Ray Peterson of Cowley on a bill to increase the tax from 2 cents a gallon to 28 cents.
One Person Killed in Crash North of Gillette
The accident occured Monday morning on Highway 59 when a man driving a pickup lost control of his vehicle on the icy roadway.
Cindy Hill: Ready to Resume Her Duties as Head of the Wyoming Department of Education
A divided Wyoming Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a new law removing the state superintendent of public instruction as head of the state education agency is unconstitutional.
Colorado Oil and Gas Industry May See Big Changes
The state's influential and fast-growing industry faces the prospect of big crackdowns from the state Legislature and the possibility of statewide ballot measures curbing drilling.
Court Gives Nuns Compromise on Health Care Issue
The order would keep in force Justice Sonia Sotomayor's order to hold off the contraceptive coverage requirement of the Affordable Care Act.
Lawyer: No Legal Gounds to Appeal Hitching Post Sentence
A Lawyer for the man convicted for orchestrating the Hitching Post fire says here may not be any basis for appeal, but wants the 10th Circuit Court to review sentence anyway.
Gov. Mead Expresses Support for UW President Dick McGinity
Mead says he's known McGinity from their service together on the state business council and thinks highly of him.
Lottery Ticket Sales Could Start In June
Wyoming residents will be able to buy tickets for two types of multi-state games — Powerball and Mega Millions — but not instant-win games like scratch-off tickets.
EPA Releases Final Regional Haze Rule
EPA officials say the plan will improve visibility across wide-open spaces while protecting natural resources and local economies which depend on recreation.
Legislative Committee Advances Two Medicaid Expansion Bills
The federal government has pledged to pay 90 percent of the cost of expanding the coverage for the first few years.