Just in time for next week's election, here's a look back at the wildest political battle in Wyoming history, the infamous fist fight on the floor of the State Legislature in 1913.
At the time, the Wyoming House of Representatives consisted of 29 Republicans and 28 Democrats, who were embroiled in a heated debate over who would become Speaker of the House...
U.W. Professors are exploring climate impacts on Bighorn Basin populations over the last 13,000 years. Amy Richards reports. Military and Veterans Day at the Wyoming State Legislature is January 10th. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill says a small but powerful group of veteran legislators whom she refers to as ''the good old boys" are trying to find a way to force her out of office, possibly by making it an appointed rather than elected position.
Wyoming Republicans added to their dominance in the state legislature in Tuesday's election. The U.S Forest Service is waiving fees at most of it's day use recreation sites for Veteran's Day this weekend. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio New
A state legislative committee has agreed to sponsor a bill that would eliminate the sentence of life without parole for juveniles. Only 7 state currently ban the practice, while a few more have it on the books but currently don't have any inmates serving such a sentence. The sixth annual ''kickoff to good health" is scheduled for tomorrow at the Wyoming Union building on the U.W. campus. Cli
CHEYENNE - The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce is hosting an Eggs and Issues breakfast on Thursday, Feb. 16 where local legislators will discuss legislation impacting the community.
The Eggs and Issues breakfast starts at 6:30 am at the Historic Plains Hotel ballroom. The...
A Wyoming lawmaker has drafted a bill to increase the drop out age for high school students. Amy Richards has a report. More consumers are buying organic foods, according to a recent study. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.