U.W. Hires Bill Mai as New VP of Administration
Mai is currently the senior economic adviser to Gov. Matt Mead and administrator of the state Economic Analysis Division, will begin his work at UW Nov. 6.
Managment Council Approves $100K for Committee to Hire Legal Counsel
Former state Attorney General Bruce Salzburg will serve as lead special counsel.
Cheyenne Man Accused of Killing His Wife Faces 1st Degree Murder Charge
A judge has ordered a Cheyenne man accused of killing his wife to answer a charge of first-degree murder in district court. Laramie County Circuit Judge Catherine Rogers on Friday ordered 31-year-old Christopher Town of Cheyenne bound over to district court...
U.W. Fall Enrollment Down Slightly
UW census data shows 12,928 students enrolled for the fall semester. That is a decrease of 194 students, or 1.5 percent, from the 2012 fall semester.
Leadership To Meet to Discuss Hill Investigation
Council Chairman Sen. Tony Ross says the meeting is to vote on the budget request of the Select Investigative Committee to provide for special counsel and other contractors determined necessary by the committee as it looks into allegations against the state superintendent of public instruction.
WIC Program in Wyoming Still Operating
A Wyoming Department of Health spokeswoman says the state has adequate funding to keep the program running for a few weeks.
Cold Case Couple Lived Untouchable in Missouri Until New Evidence Found
Wyoming authorities have charged 74-year-old Alice Uden and her husband, 71-year-old Gerald Uden, of Chadwick, with first-degree murder. Alice Uden is charged in the death of Ronald Holtz, who disappeared in 1974 or 1975.
Federal Government Shuts Down
Hundreds of thousands of federal workers furloughed and veterans' centers, national parks, most of the space agency and other government operations shuttered due to the shutdown.
Governor Mead Heading to Asia This Month
Mead will visit Taiwan and South Korea from Oct. 9-20.The governor's office says both countries are likely to expand imports of American coal, uranium, natural gas and agricultural products.
Rep. Lubnau Questions Document Dump by Cindy Hill
The Gillette Republican sent a letter to Hill on Friday saying her office intentionally submitted thousands of irrelevant and unorganized documents in response to two subpoena requests by the committee.