Wyoming House Approves Bark Beetle Mitigation Money
The beetle infestation has surged over the past few years, creating widespread swaths of dead trees that make abundant fuel for fires.
Wyoming Lawmakers to Consider Bill on Palliative Care
Jason Mincer of the American Cancer Society says palliative care can also be used to help people with a serious but not necessarily life-threatening disease.
Burglarized Vehicles: Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week
Sometime in the evening hours of January 7th, 2017, numerous vehicles that were parked in the Casper Event Center parking lot were broken into and had items taken out of them.
Traffic Stop Leads to Three Arrests, Drug Bust at Casper Home
Gollnick reportedly called a family member to pick up her daughter before officers executed the search warrant.
Cheyenne Teacher Pleads Not Guilty to Child Porn Charges
A Cheyenne elementary school teacher accused of trying to distribute and view child pornography has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Judge Dismisses Capitol Square Lawsuit Against Wyoming Governor, Legislative Leadership
The suit claimed that Gov. Mead and legislative leaders improperly awarded contracts for the project, with a price tag of roughly $300 million.
Wyoming Guard Sends 15 Members to Help at D.C. Inauguration
They will be among more than 7,500 National Guard members from 44 states, three territories and the District of Columbia at the event.
Tim Raines, Jeff Bagwell, Ivan Rodriguez Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame
The Baseball Hall of Fame will admit three new members in July: Tim Raines, Jeff Bagwell and Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez. This year was Raines' final year of eligibility, while Rodriguez cleared the 75 percent barrier on his first try. This was Bagwell's seventh time on the ballot.