Wyoming Coal Company to Supply New Power Plants in Japan
The first plant is expected to begin operations in 2020.
Nelson Installed as Head of Mormon Church
He succeeds Thomas S. Monson, who died Jan. 2.
Wyoming Authorities Want Tougher Penalties for Eluding
Wyoming Highway Patrol Administrator Col. Kebin Haller says tougher penalties could improve safety.
Consultants Recommend More Money for Wyoming K-12 Schools
The Legislature convenes its budget session on Feb. 12 in Cheyenne.
Univ. of Wyoming Trustees Consider $245M Housing Plan
The trustees have the matter on their agenda Thursday in Laramie.
State Senate Leader Wants to Address Wyoming Opioid Abuse
The Republican from Riverton says he believes Wyoming needs to start addressing the problem before it grows.
More Than 40 Wyoming Air Guard Members Return From Kuwait
The airmen returned to the U.S. after a little more than two months of operations out of Ali Al Salem Air Base in Kuwait.
Wyoming Oil Revenue Rises, But Huge Shortfall Remains
Wyoming's public K-12 education system alone faces a more than $400 million deficit over the next two years.
Proposed Wyoming License Plate Targets Fatal Collisions
The proceeds would fund overpasses, underpasses, fencing and signs along wildlife migration corridors.
Rock Springs Airport Gets New Name
Board members say the move will benefit economic development efforts in the region by helping with business recruitment.