Wildfire Danger Increasing [AUDIO]
Wildfire experts says states across the west are now at the highest risk of the season for wildfires. Amy Richards reports. Laramie County officials say they are seeing some fresh interest in oil drilling after a recent lull. Business Reporter Sharon Fain has details. Click past jump to listen to Wy…
Police Looking Towards Denver in Shooting Investigation
Cheyenne Police Department spokesman Sgt. Rob Dafoe says the on-going investigation into the shooting of a 17 year old boy near Frontier Park early July 23 is leading investigators to look towards the Denver area for leads.
Lummis Co-Sponsors American Privacy Act [AUDIO]
U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis joined 22 of her colleagues in introducing the American Privacy Act, designed to protect Americans from the increasing domestic use of unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones. The University of Wyoming Veteran’s Services Center and U.W. are partnering with 11 instituti…
Kaysen Says Belvoir Ranch Lease Could Bring in $2-4 Million
Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says a proposed lease of 12,000 acres of the city-owned Belvoir Ranch by the Morley Companies of Jackson could generate millions of dollars for the city.
Casper Man Admits Arson [AUDIO]
State wildlife officials have denied a request by the U.S. Forest Service to move as many as 2000 prairie dogs in northeast Wyoming. Amy Richards reports. A 47 year old Casper man is now admitting he intentionally started an apartment fire. Jefferey Oliver says he started the blaze because his girlf…
Police Chief Says New Building Will Save Money
Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says it will cost taxpayers more money over the long run to keep the department in it’s current location than the $25 Million it would cost to locate a new Public Safety Building in the old Dineen Car Dealership.
Rudloff Says Cheyenne Frontier Days Spending Up
Visit Cheyenne C-E-O Darren Rudloff says a slight drop in Cheyenne Frontier Days attendance in 2012 compared to the record-setting year CFD had last year apparently didn’t mean less spending in Cheyenne-area businesses.
Game&Fish to Outline Financial Status [AUDIO]
Wyoming oil and gas industry officials say they are not surprised by the results of new research on fracking dust. Amy Richards has a report. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will hold a public meeting on Thursday in Cheyenne to discuss their current financial status and the agency’s fundi…
Police: No Indication of Foul Play in Broc Cresta’s Death
A Cheyenne Police Department spokesman says there is nothing to indicate foul play in the death of team roper Broc Cresta, 25, who’s body was found Saturday in his trailer at Frontier Park.
Game and Fish Asking for Dead Sage Grouse Reports [AUDIO]
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced a $4 Million grant program to help 20 communities in developing new wood to energy opportunities. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is asking state residents to report dead sage grouse so the birds can be tested for West Nile Virus. Click past jump…