Judge Dismisses Lawsuit of First Wyoming Man Exonerated by DNA
Skavdahl pointed out a case can't be re-litigated once judged on its merits.
U.S. Rig Count Falls by Four Last Week to 954
Among major oil- and gas-producing states, Texas gained four rigs and Alaska increased by one.
Wyoming Man Sworn in as U.S. Navy Secretary
Spencer and his wife have lived south of Wilson full-time since 2009.
Yellowstone to Create Temporary Bison Quarantine Facility
Park officials expect to finish the process in the fall.
Group of Students Exposed to Wyoming Bats Treated for Rabies
Public health officials say 13 people were treated for rabies as a precautionary measure, and there is no early indication that anyone was bitten.
Wyoming Raises Court Fees for Courtroom Technology Updates
State agencies that are parties in a legal proceeding are exempt until July 2018.
Blue Cross Wants 50% Rate Hike in Wyoming
She says the insurer is particularly concerned about threats to remove government subsidies for lower-income enrollees.
Union, Feds at Odds on Countering Surge in Coal Mine Deaths
Ten coal miners have died on the job so far this year, compared to a record low of eight last year.
Wyoming Woman Who Shot ‘Nagging’ Husband Sentenced
Her blood-alcohol content was more than three times the legal limit for driving.
Fire Risk High in California, Northwest, Northern Wyoming
A severe drought in eastern Montana and the western Dakotas is making the fire danger worse.