Former Wyoming Teacher Pleads Guilty to Child Pornography Charge
A court complaint states that detectives searched Bell's home in October and found 87 images of suspected child pornography on his laptop.
U.S. Rig Count Rises Seven This Week to 877; Wyoming Gains Two
A year ago, only 415 rigs were active amid a slump in energy prices.
Threat of Wyoming State Layoffs Looms Amid Tight Budget
Wyoming already has eliminated 319 positions recently through retirements and other routine vacancies.
Wyoming Hospital Agrees to Pay $3M in Patient Settlement
Powell Valley Healthcare declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy last year to handle malpractice lawsuits filed by 20 former patients of Dr. Jeff Hansen.
Historic Bison Birth on Wind River Reservation
Jason Baldes with the Eastern Shoshone tribe says the bison calf is "an honor bestowed upon us by the Creator."
House GOP Votes to Gut Obama Health Care Law
Democrats said the bill would kick millions off coverage.
U.S. Officials, Company to Discuss Radioactive Sludge Spill in Wyoming
The slightly radioactive sludge came from a uranium processing facility in Wyoming where Cameco mines the nuclear fuel.
Wyoming to Play Utah in Football
The Pokes will host Oregon this fall and Washington State in 2018 before traveling to Arizona State in 2024.
Wyoming and Montana Police Investigate Cashed Check
Campbell County Sheriff Scott Matheny said his office is trying to get a copy of the check.
Wyoming Congress Members Not at Laramie Event
The delegation was in Washington during the event.