U.S. Rig Count Increases Five This Week to 940
Oklahoma lost three rigs and Texas shed two.
Univ. of Wyoming Native American Center Opens Friday
The center will house several UW organizations, including the American Indian Studies program, the High Plains American Indian Research Institute and the Native American student organization Keepers of the Fire.
Three Casper Families File Lawsuits Against City for 2015 Fire
A report by fire investigators has determined that the fire was accidental.
Jury Convicts Northern Wyoming Man of Killing Three-Year-Old Boy
Prosecutors say Nielsen caused Caiden's brain injuries while he was baby-sitting the boy on Aug. 6, 2016.
Worker Killed by Falling Slab of Coal at SW Wyoming Mine
Olivas, a mining equipment operator, was conscious and speaking when he was brought out of the mine but died on the way to a hospital in Rock Springs.
Mule Deer Poached in Natrona County
Kettley found a buck that had been shot and left.
Wyoming Wolf Hunt to Begin Sunday
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has set a quota of 44 wolves to be taken.
Man Sentenced to Jail for Shooting at Wyoming Gunfight Show
Winsor told investigators live rounds got mixed up with his blanks.
New Wyoming Coal Mine Permit Sent Back for More Work
Ramaco CEO Randall Atkins says he's disappointed and the company will need to start over with permitting after almost five years of work.
Expert: Wyoming Has Funds to Cover Kids on Federal Insurance
An estimated 3,300 children are enrolled in Wyoming.