- WYDOT lowers speed limit on US 14 in Bighorn Mountains Updated: Oct-02-15 5:06 am
SHERIDAN, Wyoming - The Wyoming Department of Transportation is lowering the speed limit on a 10-mile stretch of U.S. 14 in the Bighorn Mountains after a speed study found most drivers were slowing down already.
- Governors: Make species delisting process more predictable Updated: Sep-29-15 6:39 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - The process of removing Endangered Species Act protections from recovered species should be made more straightforward and predictable not only for the benefit of business but of animals and plants still imperiled, two governors told federal lawmakers Tuesday.
- Lawmakers consider expanding shed antler hunting ban Updated: Sep-29-15 4:21 am
JACKSON, Wyoming - Wyoming lawmakers will consider allowing the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission to create restrictions to stop people from gathering shed antlers in parts of the state east of the Continental Divide.
- Lawmakers may consider bill banning feeding wildlife Updated: Sep-28-15 5:21 am
CASPER, Wyoming - Wyoming lawmakers are expected to weigh whether the state needs a law banning people from feeding big and trophy game animals to keep them from gathering in urban areas.
- Alleged drunk driver pleads not guilty after hitting cyclist Updated: Sep-24-15 1:32 pm
JACKSON, Wyoming - The driver accused of hitting a competitor in a bike race while under the influence in Teton County has pleaded not guilty.
- Officials say both drivers in fatal wrong-way crash drunk Updated: Sep-22-15 5:07 am
CASPER, Wyoming - The Wyoming Highway Patrol says both the woman driving the wrong way who died and the woman she struck were drunk at the time of the crash on U.S. Highway 20-26 near Casper.
- Wyoming lawmakers consider no-cost bike pathway study Updated: Sep-20-15 2:10 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - A legislative committee is considering a study to look at ways to expand Wyoming's bicycle pathways and trails system.
- Smart vehicle technology to be tested in Wyoming Updated: Sep-19-15 12:57 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - Wyoming is one of three locations in the country where next-generation "smart vehicles" that could make highway driving less dangerous will be tested.
- 2-state chase ends in Nebraska with arrest of Wyoming man Updated: Sep-17-15 12:38 pm
GERING, Nebraska - Authorities say a vehicle pursuit that began in Wyoming ended in western Nebraska with a fugitive's apprehension.
- Capitol panel approves restoration of court chambers Updated: Sep-14-15 9:02 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - Gov. Matt Mead and Wyoming legislative leaders say the restoration of the state Capitol in Cheyenne should include recreating a grand, two-story room that originally held the state Supreme Court.
- Attorney General limits Environmental Quality Council Updated: Sep-14-15 7:40 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - The review panel for the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality doesn't have authority to pursue new environmental rules and regulations on its own and may vote only on proposed changes or additions that already have the department director's approval, according to a recent formal legal opinion issued by Wyoming Attorney General Peter Michael.
- Wyoming lawmakers to consider resolution endorsing GMO foods Updated: Sep-12-15 2:17 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - A Wyoming legislative committee is set to consider a resolution that would endorse genetically modified foods as safe and effectively call on Congress to pass pending legislation specifying that only federal agencies - not individual states - may regulate them.