Laramie Library Getting Security Cameras After Vandalism
The worst case of vandalism came in early November, when two glass entry doors were damaged and three windows were destroyed.
3 Possible Sites for Wyoming’s Experimental Coal Plant
Gordon has asked state lawmakers for $10 million to build a 5-megawatt plant
Univ. of Wyoming May Tap Reserves After Rejecting Cercy’s $2M Gift
University spokesman Chad Baldwin says the school's athletic department and the UW Foundation will begin fundraising to replace the $2 million gift.
President Trump Offers Immigration Deal to End Shutdown
Democrats, who control the House, are already saying they find the president's offer unacceptable.
Snowy Weather Causes Travel Problems in Southern Wyoming
In southern Wyoming, areas of Carbon County received up to an estimated 18 inches.
Wyoming Highway Patrol Set for Trial on Sex Discrimination Claim
But Skavdahl also declined a Highway Patrol request to dismiss the discrimination claim.
President Plans ‘Major Announcement’ on Border, Longest Shutdown
The aide spoke on condition of anonymity because he wasn't authorized to discuss the details publicly.
Horrifying Fireball at Ruptured Mexico Oil Pipeline Kills 21
It is unclear whether Friday's tragedy will turn the tide of opinion against the gangs in the impoverished villages that lie above the underground pipelines.
Montana Agency Monitoring Wolf Activity in Cooke City
Cooke City has a small number of permanent residents during the winter.
Group: Wyoming Must Provide Spending Records Within 30 Days
Wyoming officials appear agreeable to the ultimatum.