Wyoming Supreme Court: OK to Charge to See Public Records
The court's majority opinion holds that state law allows public records custodians to charge reasonable fees if complying with an inspection request requires them to copy an electronic record.
Man Who Died In Yellowstone In June Was Looking To ‘Hot Pot’
Search and rescue rangers spotted Colin Scott's body in the pool the day of the accident, but a lightning storm prevented recovery efforts.
Wyoming Man Accused Of Kicking Puppy To Death
A Wyoming man has been charged with kicking a puppy to death after it chewed on some video game equipment.
Outcome of State Investment Amendment Remains Unclear
The outcome of an amendment that would change the Wyoming Constitution to allow the state to investment more in stocks remained too close to call late Tuesday.
Liz Cheney Wins Dad’s Old Job as Wyoming’s Lone U.S. House Rep
Liz Cheney has won the Wyoming U.S. House seat formerly held by her father.
(BREAKING) FBI Director Says New Emails Don’t Change Decision
Comey sent a letter to Congress Sunday informing them that the FBI has not changed their conclusions.
UPDATE: FBI Says More Clinton Emails to be Examined
FBI Director James Comey says that new emails have come to light recently that have prompted investigators to take another look.
Gillette Man Charged With Two Counts Of Murder; He Cut Up Their Bodies With A Saw
Michael Montano's bail was set at $2.5 million cash.
No New Wyoming Cigarette Tax
Wyoming lawmakers have abandoned a proposal to increase the cigarette tax in the state after lobbyists representing nicotine companies objected.
Lawmakers to Consider Changing Marijuana Penalties
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming lawmakers are set to consider changing the way the state penalizes marijuana during the next legislative session.