Cheyenne Man Receives Lifesaving Award From Police
18 year old Cheyenne resident Cole Leal was honored by the Cheyenne Police Department with the Citizen Lifesaver “Hero” award Thursday. On April 26th a 9 year old boy was riding his bike through a Cheyenne neighborhood when he was attacked by two pit bulls.  Leal grabbed a boat oar …
State Increases Elk License Limit [AUDIO]
Campbell County Economic Development and the University of Wyoming are moving forward with plans to build a new business incubator at the University of Wyoming. Business Reporter Sharon Fain has details. Effective immediately,  Wyoming elk hunters can have up to three elk licenses in select hun…
Investigation Continues Into Laramie Shooting [AUDIO]
The investigation into a shooting last night in Laramie is continuing. Trevor T. Trujillo has the story from Laramie. Torrington authorities are defending their actions after settling a lawsuit with a former Wyoming Legislature, who sued because he was banned from city council meetings. Click past t…
Police Say Current Building is Dangerous and Inefficient
Cheyenne Police officials say their current building on Capitol Avenue is plagued by leaking roofs, a crumbling basic structure, serious electrical issues, undrinkable water and a long list of other issues to the point where it is costing taxpayers millions of dollars and posing a threat to public s…
LCCC President Talks About the Future
Laramie County Community College President Dr.  Joe Schaffer delivered his first State of the College address Wednesday to a gathering of returning staff and faculty. Schaffer says changes has already been made at the college in his seven months there.
State Having Difficulty Filling Oil and Gas Post [AUDIO]
Wyoming is having trouble finding people qualified to become the state’s next Oil and Gas Supervisor. Amy Richards has a report. A Mills man is facing charges that he sexually assaulted a young girl. Kevin Koile reports from Casper. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Game and Fish Expo Coming Up Next Month [AUDIO]
A wildfire deep in the Shoshone National Forest in central Wyoming is growing larger by the day. Doug Randall reports.  Time is running out for organizations, businesses, agencies, and individuals who wish to be a part of the 15th annual Wyoming Hunting and Fishing Expo, September 13-15 at the …
Maxfield: You Must Give Employees Time Off To Vote
Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield says employers are required by state statute to give employees one hour off to vote on primary election day August 21st. Employers face a misdemeanor charge and a fine up to $1,000 if they are found in violation of the law.

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