UW Trustees OK Wyoming Hall Demolition, New Parking Garage
Trustees have approved spending up to $1 million on the Hill Hall project.
President Trump Bars California From Setting Stricter Fuel Standards
Top California officials and environmental groups pledged legal action to stop the rollback.
Federal Plan to End State Mileage Standards Draws Criticism
Emissions standards are closely linked with fuel economy requirements because vehicles pollute less if they burn fewer gallons of fuel.
US Home Building Climbs 12.3% in August to 12-Year High
Housing could soon get additional help from even cheaper credit.
President Names Hostage Negotiator as National Security Adviser
He was a major in the U.S. Army Reserve.
Wyoming Lawmakers Reject Voter ID and Crossover Voting Bills
The bills were defeated at a meeting of the Joint Committee on Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions in Jackson Monday.
Lewandowski, House Democrats Spar at First Impeachment Hearing
Republicans focused their ire on Nadler and the Democrats.
Police Suspect Drug Connection in Cheyenne Shooting
Two boys whose identities have not been released have life-threatening injuries.
US Army Identifies Green Beret Killed in Afghanistan
Bymer said that Griffin was engaged in combat operations in Afghanistan's Wardak Province.
Cokie Roberts, Longtime Political Journalist, Dies at 75
ABC announced her death on Tuesday.