Mark Klaasen Nominated for U.S. Attorney in Wyoming
The U.S. Senate must confirm his nomination for U.S. attorney for Wyoming.
Search for Man Accused of Idaho Triple Homicide Scaled Back
Teton County Sheriff's Lt. Matt Carr says the investigation continues but search efforts are going to be scaled back unless new leads arise.
Wyoming Will Explore New Methods for Funding Education
The consultants presented their plan to lawmakers Tuesday as the state tries to tackle a looming education funding deficit.
Wyoming Man Pleads Guilty in 2014 Stabbing Death
In a statement to the court, Shull said he had gone to his wife's house not with any ill intent, but in a last attempt to save his marriage.
President Trump to Bar Transgender Individuals From Armed Forces
Transgender service members have been able to serve openly in the military since last year, when former Defense Secretary Ash Carter ended the ban.
Wyoming Lawmakers Want to See Cuts Before New Revenue for Education
During the 2017 session, legislators trimmed around $34.5 million from K-12 education.
Wyoming’s Jobless Rate Falls to 3.9 Percent in June
The lowest unemployment rates were found in Teton at 2.2 percent, and Crook and Goshen at 3.1 percent.
U.S. Senate Bucks Wyoming Senator’s Cowboy Day Resolution
The resolution is normally passed through the Senate's unanimous consent procedure, whereby noncontroversial items like post office names are automatically approved.
U.S. House Rep. Liz Cheney to Speak at Wyoming Uranium Event
The largest known uranium reserves in the U.S. reside in Wyoming, but as a global commodity, the state's sector is moved, shaped and shaken by an international market.
Wyoming Prison Guard Admits Having Sex With Inmate
George was fired from the corrections job a year ago.