GM Recalling 370,000 Pickups For Fire Risk
The recall includes 303,000 trucks in the U.S. and 67,000 in Canada and Mexico. All of the trucks involved have 4.3-liter or 5.3-liter engines.
Wyoming House Committee Begins Hearing on Cindy Hill
The Select Committee will continue to take testimony from witnesses under oath through Wednesday.
DNA Leads to Arrest in 2006 Powell Assault
Charging documents say recent DNA testing on hair and other materials found at the apartment led to the arrest of Joseph A. Gould of Worland.
Democrats Criticize Governor Mead and Republicans Over Medicaid
State Democratic Party Chairman Pete Gosar and others held a telephone press conference Friday to announce they're pushing to raise public awareness of the issue.
Boy Scout Troop Looking for New Home
The Boys Scouts of America also is facing criticism from some gay rights supporters because the organization continues to exclude openly gay troop leaders.
Debate Looms Over Legalizing Marijuana in Wyoming
The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws says it wants to put a ballot question before Wyoming voters in 2016.
State Won’t Honor EPA Ruling on Reservation
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Gov. Matt Mead has written to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy saying Wyoming won't honor her agency's determination that over 1 million acres around Riverton is legally Indian Country. Mead says Wyoming will go to court to contest the decision the EPA announced earlier this month that a 1905 federal law that opened part of the Wind River Indian Res
Latest Rural Bankers Survey Indicates Growth Ahead
The index is based on surveys of rural bankers in Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming.
Cowboys Down South Dakota in Overtime
RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — Larry Nance Jr.'s three-point play with two seconds remaining gave Wyoming a 67-66 overtime victory over South Dakota Saturday night.
Wyoming National Guard Cites Progress in Contamination Cleanup In Cheyenne
Hazardous chemicals, including trichloroethylene, that have been used on the base during the past several decades have leaked into the groundwater in that part of north Cheyenne during the past several decades.