Accused Killer Of Utah Man Pleads Guilty In Kemmerer
Dereck James Harrison's father, Flint Harrison, killed himself in jail.
Magpul Lays Off 85 Employees In Cheyenne
Magpul opened its factory in Cheyenne in early 2015.
Inquest Clears Billings Police Officer Who Shot Gillette Man
Officers attempted to convince Killough put the gun down and come out of the hotel. He didn't cooperate, and displayed erratic and at times volatile behavior.
White House Disputes Estimate That 14 Million Will Lose Health Care Coverage
Criticism has come from Democrats, Republicans from states that benefit from the Affordable Care Act and many corners of the health-care industry.
U.S. Senate Confirms Ryan Zinke As Interior Secretary
U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi and U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney lauded the confirmation of Ryan Zinke.
National Guard Helping With Wyoming Floods [VIDEO]
The flooding began over the weekend when warm temperatures melted snow and ice jams caused water to back up.
BREAKING: Federal Court Won’t Reinstate Trump Travel Ban
The next step in the legal battle would be for the Trump administration to take the case to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Wyoming Students Are Using Safe2Tell
Earlier this year, the Legislature passed, and Gov. Matt Mead signed, the bill authorizing Safe2Tell Wyoming.
Forest Service Decides Against Drilling in Wyoming Range
Oil and gas leases in the forest were first offered for sale in 2005.
U.S. Rig Count Up; Wyoming Loses Two
The U.S. rig count peaked at 4,530 in 1981. It bottomed out in May at 404.