Wyoming Radio News

Business Council Takes Public Commment [AUDIO]
Wyoming Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis says an immigration bill currently before the U..S. Senate won't be approved by the house. The Wyoming Business Council is seeking public comment on proposed changes to the Business Ready Community Grant and Loan Program. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming…
UW Professor Receives Walter Monk Award [AUDIO]
An Oklahoma City man has been sentenced to serve six months in federal prison for making a threat to commit violence in Casper, Wyoming. Doug Randall has the details. UW Professor Steve Holbrook is the recipient of an award from the Oceanography Society. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radi…
Business Council Moves Data Storage In-State [AUDIO]
An Evansville woman accused of using someone else's checkbook will avoid prison. Kevin Koile reports from Casper. The Wyoming Business Council has successfully moved it's data storage and web hosting from an out-of-state provider back to Wyoming. Amy Richards reports. Click past jump to li…
Food Prices Going Down [AUDIO]
Retail food prices are actually going down right now, according to USDA Economist Ricky Volpe. An Assistant Professor in the University of Wyoming Department of Animal Science has been recognized with an award, Joy Greenwald reports. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Students In English Learner Programs Up [AUDIO]
The number of K-12 students in Wyoming taking part in a program to help them speak the English language has increased 10.5 percent Amy Richards reports. Cancer risk screening is available for women on the Wind River Indian Reservation this week. Joy Greenwald has details. Click past jump to listen t…
Judge Approves Medical Test For Dale Wayne Eaton [AUDIO]
A judge has approved medical testing for Wyoming's lone death row inmate to determine whether he should be covered by a federal ban on executing people with intellectual disabilities. Doug Randall reports that UW students are working on numerous Wyoming Conservation projects this summer. Click …

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