University of Wyoming to Feature on ’60 Minutes’ This Weekend
The latest episode covers energy in Wyoming.
WYDOT Warns Residents of Potential Fraud Scam in Wyoming After Title Stolen
WYDOT would like to warn residents of potential fraudulent titles after a blank Wyoming title stock was stolen from a Wyoming county.
Flags to Fly Half Staff to Honor National Pearl Harbor Day
Governor Mark Gordon has ordered both the U.S. and State of Wyoming flag be flown at half-staff statewide from sunrise to sunset on Thursday, December 7th, National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, to commemorate the patriots who were wounded and who perished on December 7, 1941...
No Charges Filed Against Cheyenne Man Accused of Choking Sister
It appears a 31-year-old Cheyenne man arrested over the weekend for allegedly strangling his sister won't be facing any charges.
Laramie County Deputy Recognized for Making 63+ Warrant Arrests
Numerous Laramie County Sheriff's Office employees were recognized for their achievements during the department's first-ever holiday dinner and awards ceremony Tuesday evening.
Cheyenne Mayor Responds To Frontier Park Horse Racing Concerns
The City of Cheyenne says there are no proposals being considered to invoke eminent domain or raise taxes for possible horse racing at Frontier.
70 MPH Winds Possible In Southeast Wyoming Tonight, Thursday
The agency says wind gusts 60 to 70 mph possible in wind-prone areas of southeast Wyoming.
Thanksgiving Day Crash Leaves 2 Wyomingites Dead, 2 Injured
The Wyoming Highway Patrol says speed may be to blame for a Thanksgiving Day crash that left two Wyomingites dead and two others injured.
Thunderbirds Slated To Return To Cheyenne Frontier Days in 2024
The Thunderbirds have been one of the highlights of CFD most years since 1953, but they canceled last year's show due to safety concerns.