Wyoming Community Colleges Facing Cuts
Wyoming's seven community colleges face staff and other cuts as the state copes with economic downturn.
Wyoming House Candidates Oppose EPA Coal Policy
One issue unites all of the candidates for Wyoming's U.S. House seat.
Guajardo Changes Plea In Cheyenne Murder Case
A man charged with fatally shooting his ex-girlfriend and wounding her boyfriend in Cheyenne has pleaded not guilty by reason of mental illness or deficiency.
Should Wyoming Tax Internet Sales?
Some state officials think an internet tax could help Wyoming make up for a revenue shortfall.
Laramie Cold Case Conviction Upheld
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming Supreme Court has upheld a Laramie man's attempted-rape conviction in a cold case dating from 1972.
Coal Export Terminal Project Denied
A proposal to build what would have been the nation's largest coal export terminal has been denied.
Pinedale Judge In Same-sex Marriage Controversy
Should Judge Ruth Neely be removed for her statements on same-sex marriage?
Trump Nomination Dampens Land Transfer Chances
Neither Donald Trump nor Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders support giving federal land in the west to the states.
Cheyenne Man Pleads Guilty to Sexual Exploitation of a Child
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A Cheyenne man faces 22 years in prison following his guilty plea in federal court Thursday to a charge of sexual exploitation of a child.
Lawsuit Filed Against LCSD1 in Teacher Sexual Abuse Case
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A lawsuit accuses local school officials in Cheyenne of failing to stop a sixth-grade teacher from sexually abusing a student.