McConnell Says President to Sign Border Deal, Declare Emergency
The fight left both parties dead set against another shutdown.
Yellowstone Proceeds With River Bridge Replacement Plan
Nearby parking areas and a trail overlooking Lewis River Falls would be closed during the project.
Senate Defeats Death Penalty Repeal Bill
Proponents of repeal pointed to the high cost of death-penalty cases for the state Public Defender's Office.
Avalanche Damages Car in Northwest Wyoming
Crews had the roadway cleared a little over an hour later.
Death Penalty Repeal Getting First Serious Debate in Wyoming
Previous Republican Gov. Matt Mead, a former federal prosecutor, opposed death penalty repeal.
Wyoming Proposal for Taking Over National Parks Fails
Opponents questioned the constitutionality of the idea and criticized its vague language.
Legislature Moves Forward on Changes to UW Board of Trustees
The bill easily passed the House on Jan. 16 and the Senate Education Committee unanimously signed off on it Monday.
Wyoming Woman Admits Taking Gift Cards, Money From Elderly
She was arrested in August.
Three Candidates for Wyoming Game and Fish Director
They are seeking to replace Director Scott Talbott, who will retire this month after 34 years with the department.
Bill Would Qualify Non-Wyoming Students for Scholarship
A yet-to-be-established endowment would fund the program.