Wyoming Public Defender Says Her Attorneys Are Overworked
Gov. Matt Mead recommended approving four new attorneys and four new support staff.
Wyoming Lawmakers Seek to Change Penalties for Domestic Violence
One proposed bill would broaden the definition of stalking and would raise the maximum punishment for misdemeanor stalking and felony stalking.
Man Admits 5 Bank Robberies in 4 States, Including Wyoming
Prosecutors say all parties have agreed to recommend a sentence from 4.25 years to 8 years in federal prison.
Wyoming Company Buys Oil, Gas Leases Beneath Montana Coal Mine
Mine owner Cloud Peak Energy objected to the lease sale after a public comment period already had closed.
Wyoming Sees Jump in Airbnb Users; Jackson Hole Most Popular
Airbnb says that Wyoming hosts using the website earned nearly $8.9 million in 2017.
Univ. of Wyoming Officials Hopeful Despite Roadblocks
The UW Board of Trustees is scheduled to discuss the capacity study during its meeting Jan. 18.
Wyoming Considers Doubling State Park in Bighorns
The site is a nationally registered historic site featuring Native American rock art from 2,000 years ago.
Report: Wyoming Smoking Rates Drop as Health Issues Persist
The numbers show slightly more women than men are smoking, but far more men are using smokeless tobacco products.
Wyoming Woman Sentenced for Fatal Crash in Colorado
Police say Moore's blood alcohol content was as high as .248 when she crashed head-on with another vehicle.
Man Accused of Killing Wyoming Woman Appointed Attorney
The Lovell Police Department says the body of 49-year-old Carol Jean Barnes, of Cowley, was found Thursday in Lovell.