Univ. of Wyoming Staff Members Seek Salary Raises
The senate states 83 percent of the university's staff earns less than their counterparts at other Wyoming state agencies.
Bail Set at $500K in Wyoming Aggravated Vehicular Homicide
Court records say Isla-Mejico has two DUI convictions in Blaine County, Idaho, along with misdemeanor convictions for speeding and driving without a license or insurance.
Appeals Court Says EPA Doesn’t Have to Count Jobs Impact
Murray Energy CEO Bob Murray has been critical of Obama administration environmental policies, saying they led to massive job losses in the coal industry.
Bear Killed by Grand Teton Officials After Multiple Reports
Officials say the bear was habituated to humans.
Wyoming County Sees $1.1B Drop in Assessed Valuation
The county's assessed valuation has seen a steady decline since it set a record for reaching $6.2 billion in 2015.
Tax Cut for Wyoming Uranium Meets Lawmaker Opposition
Global competition has pressured some companies to cut staff and defer expansion plans.
Wyoming Personal Income Grows, First Time Since 2015
Personal income includes wages, dividends and interest and government benefits such as Social Security.
Cheyenne Preparing to Mark 150th Anniversary
City officials are still seeking additional ideas for how to commemorate Cheyenne's sesquicentennial.
Wyoming Survey Explores Human-Bear Conflict
Pietro Castelli, the builder of the survey, hopes the results can ultimately be used for writing regulations and in education efforts.
Rafter Missing in Snake River in Wyoming
The search for Woodward began Tuesday evening and continued Wednesday.