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
Tickets for Kinser Jazz Festival Headliners Still Available
Tickets are still available for both the instrumental and vocal headline concerts featured as part of the 47th Annual Casper College Kinser Jazz Festival.
Systemic Personnel Problems Seen in Nuclear Corps
Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James says the number of nuclear force officers implicated in a proficiency test cheating scandal has grown to 92 out of a force of 500.
Casper, Rock Springs, Laramie Bank Robberies Tentatively Linked
The robbery of a bank in Casper, and subsequent arrest of two suspects, is tentatively being linked to robberies in both Laramie and Rock Springs, according to multiple law enforcement agencies.
Decapitation Stymies Wyoming Investigators [PHOTOS]
The discovery of a murder victim's headless body on a dead-end road in rural Wyoming has stymied investigators for nearly three weeks now.
Two Arrested After Attempted Bank Robbery and Police Chase
Two suspects are in custody following an attempted bank robbery and resulting police chase, which ended with the suspect vehicle crashing near a Central Casper home.
Wyoming Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Cindy Hill
The Wyoming Supreme Court has ruled in favor of State Superintendent Cindy Hill, saying that legislation removing her as the head of the State Education Department was not constitutional.
Accused Burglar Sentenced to 3-5 Years
A Wyoming man who plead guilty to charges of burglary and wrongful taking and disposing of property will face time in a Wyoming penitentiary.
Spring Flood Forecast Showing Low to Moderate for Wyoming
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has released a potential flooding outlook for the state of Wyoming, based on Mountain snow pack and associated snow water equivalents.
E-Cigarette Ban Creates Conversation
A recent decision by the Casper College board of Trustees to expand the college's smoking policy to include a ban on e-cigarettes, or vaporizers, is spurring conversation about the practice.
Casper College Bans Indoor E-Cigarette Use
Casper College has adopted new policy with regards to smoking indoors, part of the new policy includes forbidding the use of electronic cigarettes from campus buildings.