Renovation of Wyoming Capitol Halted
Thursday's unanimous decision by the Capitol Building Restoration Oversight Group comes as proposed work to the Herschler Building remains over budget.
Army Dog Killed in Powell – Owner Wants Military Funeral
Mike served with Bessler in Iraq in the U.S. Army acting as a combat dog and in bomb detection.
Rural Economic Slowdown Hits Wyoming
Survey shows weakness stemming from lower agriculture and energy commodity prices and from downturns in manufacturing exports.
Fatal Deer and Elk Disease Found in Wyoming
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department disease laboratory in Laramie tested a mule deer found by wildlife officials about 15 miles northwest of Baggs and confirmed Chronic Wasting Disease was present.
Marijuana Bills Prepared for Legislative Session
Many of the bills are similar to measures introduced and defeated in previous legislative sessions.
UW Presidential Search One Step Closer
The committee is looking for a presidential candidate who can lead and develop a comprehensive vision for the university.
New Wyoming Lab to Study CO2 Emissions
A laboratory where researchers will study how to prevent carbon dioxide emissions from entering the atmosphere will be built at a Basin Electric power plant near Gillette.
Mead Says Wyoming Budget Must Be Cut
Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead has placed a freeze on state hiring in the face of expected budget shortfalls he says could reach $200 million by next summer.
Fewer Sex Offenses Recorded at University of Wyoming
But reports of stalking more than doubled.
Man Admits Shooting Two in Riverton
Thirty-two-year-old Roy Clyde pleaded guilty Thursday to murder and attempted murder in the shootings this summer of two members of the Northern Arapaho Tribe.
Wyoming Panel Recommends No ACT in 11th Grade
In addition, the task force is recommending a reduction in the test load for students.
Congress Averts Shutdown
The bill will buy legislators 10 weeks to hammer out something more permanent.