Critical Infrastructure Bill Passes Wyoming Legislature
Supporters say the bill will not silence peaceful protests that don't disrupt the operations of a facility.
‘Stand Your Ground’ Bill Passes in Cheyenne
Under current state law, that doctrine of not having to retreat doesn't apply outside the home.
Sheridan Plant Clean Up Set to Begin
Contaminants are in the soil, groundwater and buildings
Over 550 Yellowstone Bison Removed This Winter
Meat from slaughtered bison is distributed to Native American tribes.
California Gunman Kills 3 and Himself
A daylong siege at The Pathway Home ended Friday evening with the discovery of four bodies, including the gunman.
Invasive Species Worries Leads Yellowstone to Ban Felt Soles
The boating season will run from May 26 through Nov. 4.
Cody Residents Support Arming School Staff
The survey was sent to 2,400 residents within the Cody school district and over 1,000 surveys were returned.
Rig Count Up, Wyoming Unchanged
The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. increased by three this week to 984.
Wyoming Man Admits Animal Cruelty After Abandoning Puppy
Gillette Police Sgt. Eric Dearcorn says Missy would have died of hypothermia because the temperature that day was about minus 3.
Yellowstone Fee Proposal Passes Wyoming Legislature
The Wyoming resolution does not specify how the fee would be assessed or what the amount would be.