Amy Richards is News Director for Townsquare Media-Cheyenne. She has many years of experience covering local news and is well known in the state capitol for her Legislative coverage. BA-English State University of New York. My favorite color is pink.
Montana Woman Dies in Crash Near Casper Tuesday Evening
A 21 year old Montana woman was killed in a two vehicle crash Tuesday evening on I-25 about 10 miles north of Casper.
Wyoming Department of Health Unveils Medicaid Expansion Plan
The department is calling its recommended plan, “Wyoming’s Strategy for Health, Access, Responsibility and Employment,” or the “SHARE Plan.”
Education Governance Study Now Available on Legislature’s Website
The final report on Wyoming Education Governance will be considered by the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Education Committee at its Dec. 10-11 meeting in Jackson.
Governor Mead:Concerned About U.S./China CO2 Agreement
Governor Matt Mead says he has concerns about a recently announced U.S.-China agreement setting targets for CO2 emissions out to the year 2030.
Cowboys Take on New Mexico in Season Finale
Wyoming and New Mexico will both conclude their 2014 seasons this Saturday when the Cowboys and Lobos play for the 67th time in the series between the two schools.
Governor Mead Signs Gender Violence Activism Proclamation
Governor Matt Mead signed a proclamation to recognize the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence, which runs November 25 through-December 10.
Department of Health Schedules News Conference on Medicaid
The Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) has scheduled a news conference Wednesday to discuss its proposed “SHARE Plan” for the potential expansion of Wyoming Medicaid.
Yellowstone Extends Comment Period On Proposed Fee Changes
Yellowstone National Park is extending the length of time the public can comment on a proposal to increase the park’s entrance fees and institute a backcountry overnight permit fee.
Cheyenne Police and Volunteers Out on Black Friday
The Cheyenne Police Department’s Citizens on Patrol will be performing crime prevention and enforcement duties in the city’s heavy shopping areas this Friday.
Wyoming Highway Patrol Releases Highway Fatality Update
The Wyoming Highway Patrol says the number of highway fatalities in Wyoming for 2014 has reached 136 so far this year.