Our Cheyenne news staff. Amy Richards is news director, with reporting from Doug Randall, Kari Eakins, Karen Snyder, Daniel Sandoval, Sharon Fain and Ahren Broad.
Cheyenne News Staff
Cheyenne Offering Free Admission to City Facilities to Furloughed Federal Employees
Due to the partial shutdown of the federal government, furloughed federal employees will get free admission to some city facilities.
Power Outage Confirmed in North Cheyenne
A power outage has been reported by several residents of North Cheyenne on Jan. 21, 2018. The electricity was still out as of 8 p.m.
Five News Stories You Missed During Cheyenne Frontier Days
There was a lot happening during Cheyenne Frontier Days. So here are five stories you may have missed because of 2017 CFD insanity.
UW Cowboy Youth Classic June 20-21 in Laramie
The 2014 Cowboy Youth Classic featuring beef, goat, hog and lamb fitting and showing clinics is Friday and Saturday, June 20-21.
Castellanos Jury Recommends Life Without Parole
Cheyenne jury does not recommend the death penalty in the Castellanos trial, but insead choose life without parole.
Traffic Crash Results in Fatality
The Cheyenne Police Department has made no arrest in the case.
KGAB News Team Squares Off: Donkeys vs. SeaChickens
Two news team members. Two Super Bowl teams. One friendly office rivalry.
Fight Results in Death of Casper Man – Cheyenne Man Arrested
Cheyenne police Lt. Rob Dafoe says early reports indicated that several males had been fighting in the area. At approximately 2:06 AM, responding officers found a male subject lying unconscious with head trauma.
Cheyenne Police: 2013 Shows Decrease in Crime
Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says the decrease in crime can be attributed to the Cheyenne Police Department being fully staffed for the first time in years.
Pokes Fall To Ohio State Monday
The Pokes (4-2) trailed by just four at halftime, 38-34, and started the second half with a 9-1 run to go up by four.