Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Six For Drug, Illegal Alien Crimes
The illegal alien crimes were investigated by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Yellowstone Fines Visitor $1,000 For Walking Off Boardwalk
The individual walked on the terrace formations near Liberty Cap and collected thermal water.
Four Wyoming Counties To Receive Federal Disaster Assistance
President Obama announced yesterday that assistance will be made available for Albany, Johnson, Niobrara, and Platte Counties to repair roads and bridges damaged by flooding.
Motorists Criticize Federal Study of Drunk Driving
The federal government says its periodic roadside survey on motorists' drinking and drug-taking habits is anonymous and entirely voluntary.
GOP Mulls Raising Debt Limit, Undoing Pension Cut
House Republican leaders are gauging interest in a plan to reverse a recently passed cut to military pensions as the price for increasing the government's borrowing cap, trying to discern whether its rocky reception from skeptical conservatives can be overcome with Democratic votes.
Lawmakers Want to Reimburse Counties For Lost Cash
A panel of Wyoming lawmakers says the state should designate money to county governments in the state if Congress cuts a longstanding program that compensates them for lost tax revenue on federal lands.