I grew up in Casper and have spent the last several years as a nomad. Living in places as nearby as Cheyenne and Laramie, and as far as Los Angeles, CA. I've worked in broadcast media since 2002 and worked as a journalist since 2007. When away from work I'm a fan of film and attend film festivals as often as I can. That being said, my favorite movies are Casablanca, The Third Man, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, The Goonies, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, and the original Nightmare on Elm Street. For television I'm a big fan of The Twilight Zone, Dragnet, Breaking Bad, Deadwood and The Newsroom. I also like to read and really enjoy authors like Neil Gaiman, Max Barry, Christopher Moore, Hunter S. Thompson and Michael Ende.
Trevor T. Trujillo
Baggs Man Suspected in Laramie Sexual Assault
Police have announced the arrest of a man suspected in a sexual assault in the Laramie area.
“LSD Bread” Found to be False Positive
Following a brief scare at Casper College Monday, the Casper Police Department has announced that bread found on campus that originally tested presumptive positive for LSD did not actually contain the drug.
Casper TV Station Manager Arrested for DWUI
The general manager for a local Casper television station has been arrested and charged with driving under the influence.
Burglary Suspect Arrested in Additional Unrelated Burglary
A Casper man, out on bond in a case involving Burglary and drug charges, has been arrested on more, unrelated, burglary and drug charges.
Trick-or-Treat Tips for a Safe Halloween
Safe Kids of Central Wyoming has recommendations about how participants can stay safe while trick-or-treating.
New Attorney For Man Accused in Strip Club Murder
A Former Pennsylvania Marine, accused of killing a man outside of a Natrona County strip club, has retained new counsel and has had his preliminary hearing moved to next month.
Laramie Man Arrested for Kidnapping and 4th Degree Sexual Assault
A 34-year-old Laramie man has been arrested and booked on charges of kidnapping and 4th degree sexual assault. Police say the victim is a minor.
50’s Sci-Fi Posters Provide a Window to the Past
A new traveling exhibit at the Ft. Caspar museum is using the silver-screen terror of the 1950's to educate about the mindset of the era.
It’s National Teen Driver Safety Week
Tips and talking points that you can bring up with your teen driver.
Wyoming Officials Seek Luca Taxes, Company Says No
State and local officials are trying to recover more than $700,000 in taxes from a bankrupt company that sought to extract a renewable supply of natural gas from the Powder River Basin.