Wyoming Radio News

Mother and Child Killed in Car Crash [AUDIO]
Authorities have identified the woman and child killed in a rollover crash Thursday near Casper. Rich Denison has the latest. A facebook page that came under fire in Laramie. A facebook page that recently came under fire in Laramie appears to have been removed from the site. Click past the jump to l…
BLM Taking Comment on Gateway West Transmission Line
The Bureau of Land Management's is taking public comment on the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Gateway West Transmission Line between Wyoming and Idaho. A federal  judge has handed down a prison sentence for a Cheyenne man convicted of possession of methamphetamine. Click pas…
New Cutlines for High School Football [AUDIO]
A private prison company says it has settled with nearly 200 inmates for their treatment during a 2004 prison riot in southeastern Colorado. Doug Randall has the details. The Wyoming High School Activities Association Board of Directors has approved new cutlines for the number of schools in Class 2A…
Grants Available For Records Preservation [AUDIO]
A man who was shot by Laramie police in August has pleaded guilty to burglary and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Grants are available for residents and groups for records preservation. Doug Randall has the details. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
WYDOT Awards $12 Million In Contracts [AUDIO]
Fremont County District Court Clerk Katie Brodie Meredith is resigning effective June 30th. The Wyoming Transportation Commission awarded $12 million in construction projects during their April meeting. Doug Randall has the details. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
NCAR-Wyoming Wins Green Award [AUDIO]
The new NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing  Center west of Cheyenne recently won first place in the facility design implementation category in the 2013 Green Enterprise Awards. A Wyoming woman is accused of voting in the last two presidential elections, despite being a convicted felon. Doug Randall ha…
Elk Featured In Film Dies [AUDIO]
An army Sergeant at Ft. Carson is getting the U.S. Military's third-highest combat medal. Trevor Trujillo has more. A Yellowstone National Park Elk featured in a BBC film has died after likely being killed by a wolf pack. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio New…
Gas Prices Went Down in Wyoming [AUDIO]
Crews are replacing and rerouting a section of the boardwalk in Yellowstone National Park's Black Sand Basin. Doug Randall reports. For the first time in several weeks, average retail gasoline prices in Wyoming have fallen. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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