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
Casper Launches “No Wipes In the Pipes” Campaign
The City of Casper unveiled the “No Wipes in the Pipes” sewer backup prevention program this week, hoping to dissuade people from flushing objects like paper towels, rags and baby wipes down the toilet.
UPDATE: Verdict In For Casper Murder Case
A Casper man accused of killing his wife has been convicted of murder.
Wyoming Braces for High Impact Weather This Weekend
Much of the cowboy state is bracing itself for at least some form of winter weather this weekend, starting Thursday night.
United Blood Services Calling for Donations in Casper, Cheyenne
United Blood Service donation centers in both Casper and Cheyenne are currently requesting blood donations.
Wyoming Medical Center CEO and President Receives Honor
Wyoming Medical Center has announced that it's President and CEO has made the first ever Becker's Hospital Review List, of 50 Rural Hospital CEOs to know.
Vilsack Shows Support for Affordable Care Act
US Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack, says that he still supports the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, and says that it benefits rural communities, like those in Wyoming.
Threat Made Against Jackson School, One in Custody
A 17-year-old boy is in custody, following a threat of violence against a school in the community of Jackson.
Wyoming Inmate Dies
An inmate, serving a sentence on a murder charge has died in custody.
Casper Man Changes Plea in Local Arson Case
A Casper man accused of starting a fire that caused a small explosion has changed his plea in the case.
Two Exhibits at National Historic Trails Center for Women’s History Month
The National Historic Trails Center in Casper has mounted two temporary exhibits in honor of Women's History month.