Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says the annual review of the city's Unified Development Code, or UDC, is continuing. The mayor says the city has taken a number of comments both from the public as well as city employees on the code and possible changes.The mayor says s
The Sweetwater County Sheriff's office is warning people about a scam cyber crooks have been employing on Facebook.
According to department spokesman Dick Blust, the prospective victim is contacted by someone claiming to be a person who has been "friended" who says something has happened to their account and asks the victim to "friend" them again
Wyoming congresswoman Cynthia Lummis says she's hoping a continuing resolution approved by the U.S. House Wednesday will reduce the impact of sequestration cuts on F.E. Warren Air Force Base.
The Continuing Resolution Act of 2013 renews federal funding set to expire on March 27 and also offers federal agencies some flexibility in how they spend money, allowing them to prioritize funding for more essential programs
Laramie County School District 1 hopes to have a new athletic stadium at East High School open for athletic events by the fall of 2015, according to Laramie County School District 1 Superintendent Mark Stock
Creighton University Economist Ernie Goss says his February survey of purchasing managers in Wyoming, Utah and Colorado is predicting economic growth in the region despite concerns about the impacts of sequestration cuts
Wyoming Senator Mike Enzi says the U.S. Senate sent the wrong message to taxpayers on Tuesday when it voted to maintain a Senate ''working group" that Enzi says does little beyond supplementing staff salary budgets
The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee on Monday signed off on an offer of $1.986 million to purchase the former Dineen Car Dealership for a Public Safety Building to house the Cheyenne Police Department, Cheyenne Fire and Rescue Department and other emergency responders
Laramie County Commissioner Keith "Buck" Holmes says that as much as he dislikes paying an extra ten cent per gallon gasoline tax, he thinks the legislature did the right thing by imposing the extra tax during it's recent session
The Wyoming Department of Health wants people to know that while colorectal cancer is deadly, it's also preventable and treatable.
State Health Officer Dr. Wendy Braund says the while colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths both in Wyoming and nationally, there are steps people can take to protect themselves
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