Breaking News: Wyoming Governor Orders Further Spending Cuts
The next step in Gordon's plan calls for state agency directors to identify programs for elimination by July 1, likely resulting in state employees losing their jobs.
Churches in Cheyenne Resuming Public Services This Weekend
As Covid-19 restrictions have been eased over the past few weeks, churches in Cheyenne are resuming their public services this weekend.
Laramie County Fair Will Feature 'Hybrid" Approach
The fair will be held, but some events will be canceled, while others will be held virtually.
Dry Weather Expected in SE Wyoming Could Spell Bad News for Fires
A cooler, drier weather pattern setting up through mid-June could mean more fires this summer, according to the National Weather Service in Cheyenne.
Wyoming Lawmakers Consider $7.5M in Funding to Reclaim Wells
The funds would support orphan well cleanup and create oil and gas jobs during the economic downturn resulting from the pandemic.
Gordon: Wyoming Keeping Guard Troops Home, Ready if Needed
Wyoming has been relatively peaceful.
3 Protesters Injured in Casper March When Pickup Loses Control
Police say their injuries were not considered to be life-threatening.
Men Plead Not Guilty to Federal Charges in Cheyenne Carjacking
Two men pleaded not guilty Monday in federal court to charges filed as a result of an investigation into a carjacking that occurred in Cheyenne earlier this spring.