Kozak Sees Progress Against Gang Activity
Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says local law enforcement is making progress in reducing gang-related crime, thanks in large part to a multi agency unit that focuses on gang activity.
Thunderbirds Visit Cheyenne Frontier Days [AUDIO]
A proposal to build a horse slaughter plant in western Missouri has stalled, but the main proponent says she isn’t giving up. The Air Force Thunderbirds are in Cheyenne for their Cheyenne Frontier Days performance, set for Wednesday morning. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen…
Business Council Providing Food Database [AUDIO]
The Wyoming Business Council Agribusiness Division is providing a means for the state’s agriculture producers and processors to connect with buyers through a national food-related database. Amy Richards has details. Federal authorities in Wyoming have filed felony charges against a Wyoming man who a…
Lucas Cites Distance, Technology as Partnership Obstacles
Cheyenne Regional Medical Center C-E-O Dr. John Lucas says the physical distance between CRMC and Wyoming Medical Center proved to be one of the major barriers to a proposed partnership between the two hospitals.
Cheyenne Police Spokesman Calls Aurora Shooting ‘Terrible Tragedy’
Cheyenne Police spokesman Sergeant Rob Dafoe on Friday called the movie theater shootings in Aurora, Colorado ”A terrible tragedy”. Dafoe went on to say he feels ”it’s too soon” to offer further comment on the situation. When asked about how Cheyenn
Drought To Raise Grocery Prices [AUDIO]
The State Building Commission has approved spending $400, 000 on initial design work for renovation of the state Capitol interior. Amy Richards reports. The drought affecting farmers and ranchers will cause some food prices to increase. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Consumer Advocate, CLFP Agree on Power Plant Proposal
The state Office of Consumer Advocate has reached an agreement with Cheyenne, Light, Fuel and Power and it’s parent company, Black Hills Power, on a proposal to build a new power plant in Laramie County.
Collins Sought for Hammer Attack
Cheyenne Police are looking for Robert Collins, a transient known to inhabit the Cheyenne area, for attempted second degree murder charges.
Former Army Ranger to Speak at Worker’s Safety Conference [VIDEO/AUDIO]
A delegation of scientists from China Shaanxi province will visit Wyoming this month as part of a joint U.S. -China Clean-Coal Research Project sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy and its Chinese counterpart. Amy Richards reports. The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services says U.S. Army …
Appraisal Next Step in Property Purchase
Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says an appraisal of the property known as ‘the hole’ on West Lincolnway is needed before serious negotiations can begin between the city and the company that owns 2/3 of the property on a possible city purchase.