Wyoming Governor Says Better Revenue Picture Still Not Enough
While there's talk of more cuts and new revenue, Mead says everyone is waiting for a report from consultants on whether Wyoming should change how it funds schools.
Oil, Gas Lease Auction Earns $14M for Wyoming Public Schools, Farms
In March, Wyoming made nearly $30 million in an online auction.
Casper Bar Hours Extended for August Eclipse
A number of bars are hoping to open or complete renovations before the event.
Lawsuit: Wyoming Boot Camp Discriminates Against Women
The program offers offenders under the age of 25 a chance to reform themselves and become eligible for early release.
Keystone XL Opponent Plans Appeal to South Dakota High Court
The project would move crude oil from Canada across Montana and South Dakota to Nebraska, where it would connect with existing pipelines feeding refineries along the Gulf Coast.
Northwestern Wyoming Psychiatrist Arrested Again for Being Intoxicated
Two days earlier Hopkins had been placed on unsupervised probation for backing into a parked car.
Wyoming QB On Another Award Watch List
It is the first time Allen has been named to the O'Brien Award Watch List.
West Nile Found in Horse in Northeastern Wyoming
Horses, humans and certain species of birds are the most susceptible to West Nile.
Wyoming Woman Denies Stealing From Charitable Organization
Wright could be sentenced to up to 10 years in prison and issued a $10,000 fine if found guilty.
Wyoming’s Coal Sector Improving, But Many Jobs May Not Return
State economist Jim Robinson says the story is similar across Wyoming's fossil fuel industries.