Univ. of Wyoming Title IX Reports Increase
But while the number of reports has gone up, Osborn says there's no indication of more bad behavior going on at the university.
Wyoming Ex-Teacher Convicted of Sex Charge Sentenced for Shoplifting
The conviction could be wiped from her record upon completion of probation.
Two Sentenced in Wyoming Double Murder Case
Before he was sentenced, Montano apologized to Fortuna's mother.
Bureau of Land Management Approves Mine Project Near Cody
According to the bureau, the project expects to mine about 140,000 tons of bentonite over three to five years.
Arch Coal to Scale Back Production at Wyoming Mine
Arch expects Black Thunder to produce between 62 million and 68 million tons of coal this year.
U.S. Agency May Offer $1,000 to People Who Adopt Wild Horses
The $1,000 adoption bonus is included in the four management alternatives the agency is mulling as it seeks a way to address what it admits is a costly, difficult challenge.
EPA Grants To Help Clean Up, Redevelop Brownfield Areas
The state Department of Environmental Quality will receive $325,000 to assess the former Acme Power Plant outside Sheridan.
U.S. Rig Count Rises to 1,021; Wyoming Loses Two
Arkansas, Utah and West Virginia were unchanged.
Yellowstone Geyser Erupts for Third Time in Six Weeks
The geyser also erupted on March 15 and April 19.
QB Allen Eager to Clear the Air With Bills Teammates
Allen traveled to Buffalo along with fellow first-round draft pick, Tremaine Edmunds.