Univ. of Wyoming Would Cut 40 Jobs Under Proposed Budget Plan
The Outreach School and UW athletics are set to lose the largest percentage of their funding under the plan.
Wyoming Man Dies in ATV Crash While Spraying Weeds
Deputy Greg Baker says the man was dead when emergency responders arrived.
Study: Fracking, North-South Drilling Open Up Wyoming Oil
For decades, geologists thought the Codell Sandstone of southeast Wyoming didn't have enough oil to make drilling worthwhile.
Wyoming Senator: Republicans Must Unite Behind a Health Bill
Opponents of the House bill including some Republicans worry it could effectively deny coverage to people with pre-existing medical conditions.
Wyoming Republicans Elect New Leaders
The state party Central Committee unanimously elected Ryan Mulholland of Sheridan County as the party's next chairman.
Wyoming Judge Gives Prosecutors Time to Consider Death Penalty
The last execution in Wyoming was in 1992.
Wyoming Unclear of Toll From Prescription Drug Abuse
Nationwide, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports opioids such as OxyContin and Vicodin were involved in more than 33,000 overdose deaths in 2015.
University of Wyoming Trustees to Take Up Program Cuts
Miller says no faculty would be laid off immediately.
Police: Three Dead Following Apparent Eastern Idaho Boating Accident
Officials say they appear to have died of hypothermia in the cold water before being able to reach shore.
Landslide Closes Part of Wyoming Oil and Gas Field
The landslide destroyed a road to nine wells.