- Wyoming woman dies of rabies after she was bitten by a bat Updated: Oct-07-15 5:05 am
RIVERTON, Wyoming - Officials say a Fremont County woman who was believed to be Wyoming's first confirmed human rabies case has died.
- Study: Higher temps, more fires, 1,000 years ago in Rockies Updated: Oct-06-15 7:05 pm
CASPER, Wyoming - New research by scientists at the University of Wyoming has found that extreme wildfire seasons are nothing new in the Rocky Mountain region: They also happened hundreds of years ago, after global temperatures had risen slightly.
- Colorado man gets probation in fossil importation case Updated: Oct-06-15 6:56 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - A Colorado man has been sentenced to one year of probation for understating the value of fossils imported from China to the United States.
- Woman accused of shooting husband could face murder charge Updated: Oct-06-15 1:44 pm
GILLETTE, Wyoming - A woman accused of aggravated assault for shooting her husband twice in the stomach could have her charges upgraded to murder if he dies in a Colorado hospital.
- Casper teen pleads guilty to trying to run friend over Updated: Oct-06-15 10:58 am
CASPER, Wyoming - A Casper teenager has pleaded guilty to trying to run over his friend with a car because he was angry.
- Wyoming Guard to deactivate unit in budget cuts coming Updated: Oct-06-15 10:55 am
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - Wyoming National Guard officials say a 183-person company will be deactivated as part of budget cuts decreasing the size of the Guard.
- Herschler Building renovation faces budget problems Updated: Oct-06-15 5:02 am
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - State leaders are working to revise plans for the project to renovate the State Capitol and adjacent Herschler Building after learning the work will exceed the project's $300 million budget.
- Wind River Job Corps Center has grand opening Updated: Oct-06-15 5:02 am
RIVERTON, Wyoming - The new Wind River Job Corps facility in Riverton has officially opened its doors to provide free job training to disadvantaged youths.
- 6 men plead no contest to poaching pronghorns near Casper Updated: Oct-05-15 11:14 pm
CASPER, Wyoming - Six men have pleaded no contest to poaching charges, three days after they were arrested near Casper with four pronghorn carcasses in the back of their truck.
- Cheyenne man serving life on murder counts blames defense Updated: Oct-05-15 4:46 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - A Cheyenne man serving life in prison is appealing his murder convictions, claiming lawyers at the Wyoming Public Defender's Office weren't qualified to defend him against death penalty charges.
- Arson trial starts for Sheridan man accused in office blaze Updated: Oct-05-15 1:59 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - Trial started Monday in federal court in Casper for a man accused of setting a fire that damaged the Sheridan County Attorney's Office.
- State commissions $370K Snake study Updated: Oct-03-15 3:55 pm
JACKSON, Wyoming - Wyoming has commissioned a $370,000 study to identify projects that could improve water quality and water usage in the portion of the Upper Snake River watershed in the northwest part of the state.
- Much of Wyoming saw warm, dry September Updated: Oct-03-15 2:31 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - The first weekend of October has brought much cooler temperatures and the chance of snow in some Wyoming mountains after much of the state saw a warm, dry September.
- Historic horse race terminals temporarily turn off Sunday Updated: Oct-03-15 1:25 pm
CASPER, Wyoming - The Wyoming Pari-Mutuel Commission has ordered a temporary halt to the use of historic horse racing terminals throughout the state because of a state attorney general's opinion that the machines don't conform with state law.
- Wyoming sees first confirmed human case of rabies Updated: Oct-03-15 5:05 am
CASPER, Wyoming - The Wyoming Department of Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed the state's first recorded case of human rabies.
- Electric fence keeps bears from carcass disposal site Updated: Oct-02-15 10:45 pm
JACKSON, Wyoming - Wildlife officials hope a seven-strand electric fence will keep hungry bears from trying to get into the carcass disposal area at a trash transfer station south of Jackson.
- Task force recommends dropping ACT test in 11th grade Updated: Oct-02-15 3:44 pm
GILLETTE, Wyoming - Wyoming high school juniors will no longer be required to take the ACT college entrance exam if initial recommendations from a state panel are adopted.
- APG Media buys 4 Wyoming newspapers Updated: Oct-02-15 3:09 pm
CHEYNNE, Wyoming - The four Wyoming newspapers in the McCraken Newspaper Group have a new owner.
- Barrasso to give weekly Republican response Updated: Oct-02-15 12:07 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - Wyoming U.S. Sen. John Barrasso will deliver the Republican response to President Barack Obama's weekly national address on Saturday.
- Ham radio: A hobby or community service or both? Updated: Oct-02-15 11:58 am
BASIN, Wyoming - When all other communication is down or unavailable, ham radio operators, also known as amateur radio operators, can provide emergency communication. However, the emergency assistance is not the main reason many operators get involved. For Basin's Jerry Pyle, it's been nearly a lifelong passion.
- Jacob Hollister emerges as receiving threat for Wyoming Updated: Oct-02-15 11:27 am
LARAMIE, Wyoming - Jacob Hollister wanted a break.
- Former Cody officer violated code of conduct in strip search Updated: Oct-02-15 10:53 am
POWELL, Wyoming - New court documents reveal that a former Cody police officer was disciplined after his strip search of a suspect in 2010 violated department policy.
- Firefighters, weather corral Wyoming wildfires Updated: Oct-02-15 10:26 am
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - Two wildfires burning in Wyoming are being corralled thanks to the work of firefighters and cool, wet weather.
- WYDOT lowers speed limit on US 14 in Bighorn Mountains Updated: Oct-02-15 5:06 am
SHERIDAN, Wyoming - The Wyoming Department of Transportation is lowering the speed limit on a 10-mile stretch of U.S. 14 in the Bighorn Mountains after a speed study found most drivers were slowing down already.
- Pair caught with drugs due to paranoia pleads guilty Updated: Oct-02-15 5:06 am
GILLETTE, Wyoming - Two Utah residents who were arrested on their way to sell drugs in South Dakota after they called deputies in a state of paranoia have pleaded guilty.