Park Service Launches Criminal Investigation Into Bison Release
Some person or persons entered the Stephens Creek facility, which is permanently closed to the public, and cut fencing.
Crimestoppers: Unique Counterfeit Bills In Casper
The phony bills have Asian writing in pink on both the front and back of the currency.
Green River Vs. Kelly Walsh Wrestling Dual 1-16-18 [VIDEO]
It was a battle between 2 of the top 5 teams in 4A.
Nelson Installed as Head of Mormon Church
He succeeds Thomas S. Monson, who died Jan. 2.
Casper Man Admits Aggravated Assault, Could Avoid Prison Time
The state further agreed to dismiss three other charges initially filed against Wagner.
Judge Calls 'Essential' Witness Back to Wyoming for Cercy Trial
Cercy is charged with first-degree sexual assault, second-degree sexual assault and third-degree sexual assault.
Consultants Recommend More Money for Wyoming K-12 Schools
The Legislature convenes its budget session on Feb. 12 in Cheyenne.
Natrona County's Project Homeless Connect Is January 26th
The event is a "one-stop" shop for those who are homeless or close to homeless in our community, to connect to a wide variety of resources.
Sheridan Native: Martin Luther King, Jr.'s, Dream Still Lives
Hamid Khan is the deputy director of the Rule of Law Collaborative, an interdisciplinary center focused on international legal development issues.
More Than 40 Wyoming Air Guard Members Return From Kuwait
The airmen returned to the U.S. after a little more than two months of operations out of Ali Al Salem Air Base in Kuwait.
Butterfly Ball In Casper For Pediatric Cancer Research
The event, an adult prom complete with a King and Queen competition, is a fundraiser for the Olivia Caldwell Foundation.
Casper Traffic Watch: Week of January 15th
Last week Officer Douglas made 77 school zone stops around NCHS and Centennial Junior High, and issued 103 tickets for traffic violations.
Wyoming Legislature Will Hear Daylight Savings Time Bill
Republican Rep. Dan Laursen of Powell says he doesn't like changing the clocks.
Gay Couple Sues Town Of Thayne Over Discrimination
The Andruses bought a century-old building that had been on the market for eight years on Main Street, and remodeled it with an old west theme.
Wyoming Public Defender Says Her Attorneys Are Overworked
Gov. Matt Mead recommended approving four new attorneys and four new support staff.
Natrona County Judge Rejects Cercy Assault Re-enactment Video
Tony Cercy's defense attorneys hired experts to gauge whether the circumstances of the alleged sexual assault would have caused dogs to bark in his house at Alcova.
Wyoming Homeless Programs Get $292K in Federal Funding
Nationwide, the department has awarded a record $2 billion to more than 7,300 housing and services programs.
Casper Man Arrested After Reportedly Watching People at Gym
The man had reportedly been seen at the location multiple times over the past couple of weeks.
Casper-Natrona County Airport Passenger Numbers Were Up in 2017
The increased enplanements indicate the local economy is stabilizing, if not growing.
Wyoming's Set for Battles With New Mexico
The mid-week Mountain West basketball action has Wyoming taking on the New Mexico Lobos Wednesday night in Laramie and Albuquerque.