Coal Bust Has Wyoming Looking Locally to Fund New Schools
With no new federal coal leased in Wyoming since at least 2013, money for new schools has dried up.
Bill to Elect Wyoming Attorney General Rejected in Senate
Wyoming elects a governor, secretary of state, superintendent of public instruction, auditor and treasurer on a statewide ballot.
Wyoming Woman Pleads Guilty to Stealing From Employer
Hansen, who worked as a bookkeeper for the trucking company, can argue for a probationary sentence.
Wyoming Lawmakers Advance Lodging Tax Bill Out of Committee
Industry groups have opposed the bill, citing concerns about the tax change disrupting local options.
Rodeo Riders Ask Congress for Driver’s License Exception
The compensation aspect is what worries competitors because rodeos typically offer prize money.
Rural Banker Survey Suggests Economic Outlook Improving
Nonetheless, the confidence index jumped to 52.4 from 46.7 in January.
Utah Man Convicted of Murder, Attempted Murder in Wyoming
The 12-person jury deliberated for more than five hours before reaching its decision.
13 Russian Nationals Charged in Mueller Investigation
Charges include conspiracy, wire fraud, bank fraud and aggravated identity theft.
Wyoming Speeding Fines Will Not Go Down
The Legislative Services Office had estimated the House bill with its fine reductions would cut school funding by about $1.5 million over two years.
Wyoming Legislators Consider Bill Raising Animal Abuse Fines
The bill would also increase the maximum fine for the elevated charge of aggravated animal cruelty to $10,000.