Daniel was the letters editor at the Casper Star-Tribune before accepting a position with KTWO Radio in April 2009. As an aspiring novelist, he appreciates the fact that a career in journalism requires him write, daily. And, since reporters do interviews, he happened upon yet another, seemingly fated enjoyment, which is talking to people. He is also a visual artist who claims to have figured out how to paint in the impressionist style.
Hobo Allegedly Finds a Better Ride [AUDIO]
A transient who claims to have jumped off a train in Granger last Friday may have found himself a better free ride with a stolen pickup, until it crashed in Utah.
Wind Topples Mail Truck [AUDIO]
Wyoming Boulevard, also known as Outer Drive, was briefly closed and then reopen to traffic after a semi truck carrying mail blew over Thursday.
Juvenile Detention Center Has Open House [AUDIO, PHOTOS]
Natrona County's newly constructed juvenile detention center offered the public tours at an open house on Saturday.
City Collects Leaves First Half of November [AUDIO]
The first two weeks of November are the time when the City of Casper puts a supply line in place for all those fallen leaves, from your yard to the city's compost pile.
Library Holds Disaster Preparedness Workshop [AUDIO]
It stands to reason that if there is a disaster or major event, emergency responders may not be immediately available, and basic services may also break down, so people need to be prepared.
State Super Says Fed Funding Comes with Strings [AUDIO]
Wyoming's Superintendent of Public Instruction said that the state needs to be careful about accepting federal funding because with funding there are strings attached.
Explorer Catfish Still Swims, Maybe [AUDIO]
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department released news of a channel catfish that traveled 415 miles from its home in Clear Creek near Buffalo to a place near Billings, Montana.
Senate Marks Up No Child Reauthorization [AUDIO]
Wyoming's ranking senator says the proposed changes to the decade-old No Child Left Behind Act are not perfect, but the re-authorization bill is the product of bipartisan cooperation.
Prodigal Artists Return to Casper College [AUDIO]
Two artists from Casper will perform at Casper College Friday evening.
Challenger To Barrasso Declares Intent [AUDIO]
There's a candidate throwing his hat in the ring for Sen. John Barrasso's U.S. Senate seat.