Wyoming Rig Count Up Slightly
The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. increased by three this week to 978.
Wyoming Delegation Opposes Stricter Gun Control
President Donald Trump has offered support for measures like strengthening federal background checks and having some trained school personnel carry concealed weapons.
Congress Releases Democratic Memo on Russia Scandal
Democrats have countered that the GOP memo was inaccurate and a misleading collection of "cherry-picked" details.
Zinke Backs Off – Western Governors Pleased
The changes follow complaints from a bipartisan group of Western state governors that Zinke did not consult them before unveiling his original plan last month.
FL. Governor Wants Gun Purchase Age to Be 21
Gov. Rick Scott announced the proposal as part of a plan to prevent gun violence.
Wyoming School Board Removes Book From School Library
Trustee Tom Keegan, who opposed the proposal, objected to it on the grounds that it was a slippery slope to ban a book.
Eight Nominees Offered for Wyoming Secretary of State
The job opened when Ed Murray abruptly resigned on Feb. 9 after two women accused him of sexual misconduct that they said occurred more than 30 years ago.
Wyoming Businessman Challenges Barrasso
Dodson, 56, called himself a "Ronald Reagan-Alan Simpson Republican" but said he's grown disillusioned with the GOP.
U.S. Supreme Court: Wyoming Must Pay Montana in Water Dispute
The U.S. Supreme Court found Montana had been shorted a total of 1,356 acre-feet, or 442 million gallons of water in 2004 and 2006.
Man Pleads Not Guilty to Vehicular Homicide in Wyoming
A chemical test of Fletcher's blood allegedly showed the presence of methamphetamine, amphetamine and alprazolam.