Peabody Mine Officials Tell Some Employees To Not Report For Work
Peabody's North Antelope Rochelle mine has largely avoided the job cuts at other mining operations and has increased its employment by 4 percent since 2011.
Feds Say Medicaid Expansion Would Help Wyoming Mental Health
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A new federal study concludes that expanding the federal Medicaid system under the Affordable Care Act would help thousands of Wyoming residents suffering from mental illness or substance abuse.
F.E. Warren Airmen Probed for Drug Use
WASHINGTON (AP) - Defense officials say the Air Force is investigating about a dozen airmen at a nuclear missile base for alleged use of illegal drugs.
Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper Returns To Work After Being Cleared In Shooting
Missouri fugitive Russell Anderson remains in custody awaiting trial.
Wyoming Continues to Ponder Regulation of Marijuana Edibles
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming lawmakers are continuing to ponder how to regulate marijuana brownies and other foods and beverages containing the drug that law enforcement officials say are increasingly being brought into the state.
North Platte Levels Will Vary Near Casper
Trout numbers were less than 400 per mile before the flush and flow projects were implemented. The population is now at an average of more than 3,500 per mile.
Manning Will Announce Retirement Monday
Manning is going out just as Elway did: The former Denver quarterback retired 17 years ago after winning his second Super Bowl.
Wyoming Student Privacy Bill Advances
A bill that would prohibit teachers and school officials from prying into students' private personal social media accounts.
Legislative Committe Strips Felony Penalty from Marijuana Edibles Bill
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Possession of marijuana brownies and other foods and beverages containing the drug would be a misdemeanor in Wyoming under a bill advancing through the Legislature.
Casper Red Ink is Growing
According to a report presented to the City Council on Tuesday, Casper collected almost $878,000 less in sales tax than projected from December and the holiday season.
Coroner Unable to Identify Human Remains Found in Lusk
LUSK, Wyo. (AP) - A coroner has been unable to identify human remains found in Lusk despite an autopsy.
Couple Pleads Not Guilty to Human Trafficking
RAWLINS, Wyo. (AP) – A California couple accused of human trafficking in Wyoming have pleaded not guilty to the charges. In separate hearings in Carbon County District Court on Monday 38-year-old Lester Tucker, of Oakland, California, and 27-year-old Janice Scott, of Modesto, California,…