- Report: Fewer workers able to live in Jackson Hole Updated: Jul-04-15 4:31 pm
JACKSON, Wyoming - A report says the percentage of workers who live in Teton County continues to decline.
- Century-old Winchester now displayed in Wyoming museum Updated: Jul-04-15 3:53 pm
CODY, Wyoming - An abandoned, weathered Winchester rifle dating back to the 1800s is now on display in the Cody Firearms Museum at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Wyoming.
- Joan Evans feels positive about Workforce Services agency Updated: Jul-04-15 2:23 pm
CASPER, Wyoming - The departing head of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services says she is leaving because she wants to try something else.
- Wyoming doesn't report mental-health data to FBI database Updated: Jul-04-15 2:05 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - Every once in a while Frank Gerstenkorn gets a weird feeling when someone walks into his Guns & Gear store downtown.
- Wyoming officials want expanded usable storage at Fontenelle Updated: Jul-04-15 1:04 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - Wyoming officials are pushing to increase the usable water storage capacity at Fontenelle Reservoir on the Green River in the southwestern part of the state.
- Anglers enjoy ideal conditions early in Jackson Hole Updated: Jul-03-15 4:18 pm
JACKSON, Wyoming - Streams and rivers in Jackson Hole have steadily declined and fishing guides report ideal conditions for anglers.
- Cody school reading material scrapped following controversy Updated: Jul-03-15 3:07 pm
CASPER, Wyoming - A Park County School District 6 committee has decided to get rid of its plan to adopt certain reading materials that sparked controversy throughout the Cody community.
- Wyoming home to more minorities Updated: Jul-03-15 1:18 pm
CASPER, Wyoming - The number of customers at Little Mexico - a Casper store that sells colorful pinatas, first communion dresses and CDs of traditional brass band music - has grown since Irma Ruiz bought the business in 2000.
- Patagonia founder, others, sue over Grand Teton road paving Updated: Jul-03-15 1:15 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - The founder of the Patagonia outdoor clothing company and a well-known wildlife photographer are among those suing over plans by a subdivision where they're property owners to pave a private road in Grand Teton National Park.
- Casper man killed in rollover crash north of Wheatland Updated: Jul-02-15 10:49 pm
WHEATLAND, Wyoming - The Wyoming Highway Patrol says a 62-year-old Casper man was killed in a single-vehicle rollover crash north of Wheatland.
- Jackson mayor says she's pushing anti-discrimination measure Updated: Jul-02-15 8:23 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - The mayor of Jackson is pushing an ordinance to ban discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity and says she expects to have a public hearing on it in coming weeks.
- The evolution of the American front porch Updated: Jul-02-15 2:46 pm
SHERIDAN, Wyoming - Front porches are as American as apple pie, and the history of the American front porch is in some ways the history of the American people as well.
- Mead seeks more discussion on refugee resettlement Updated: Jul-02-15 1:49 pm
CASPER, Wyoming - Gov. Matt Mead said misinformation about refugee resettlement in Wyoming prompted him to ask the Wyoming Humanities Council to find ways to elevate discussion about the issue.
- Laramie officials want to retain grads with technology park Updated: Jul-02-15 1:46 pm
LARAMIE, Wyoming - Laramie officials want to keep University of Wyoming graduates local and say a new technology park will help make that happen.
- Riding groups booted from Frontier Days pre-rodeo show Updated: Jul-02-15 1:20 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - In an effort to retain customers, Frontier Days officials are swapping out local riding groups with educational videos in their pre-rodeo show this year.
- Sunrise connoisseurs: Balloon chasers enjoy morning work Updated: Jul-02-15 12:05 pm
JACKSON, Wyoming - Not everyone works well before the sun comes up.
- Rock River residents without water Updated: Jul-02-15 10:11 am
LARAMIE, Wyoming - Albany County officials say a broken waterline has left Rock River residents without water.
- Wyoming Highway Patrol recognizes 'top trooper' Updated: Jul-02-15 5:05 am
CASPER, Wyoming - Wyoming Highway Patrol is recognizing a trooper who patrols the Wheatland and Douglas area as a "top trooper."
- Woman charged with forgery ordered to pay $180,000 Updated: Jul-02-15 5:05 am
GILLETTE, Wyoming - A Gillette woman accused on felony forgery totaling more than $29,000 has been ordered to pay more than $150,000 in restitution and $30,000 in court costs.
- Pianist Chi-Chen Wu brings new skills to UW Updated: Jul-02-15 5:02 am
LARAMIE, Wyoming - After more than 30 years of piano experience and world-wide studies, assistant professor Chi-Chen Wu ended her trek three years ago at the University of Wyoming Department of Music, ready to teach students skills not easily found.
- Grizzly trapped near Pinedale, relocated to Yellowstone area Updated: Jul-01-15 11:25 pm
CODY, Wyoming - Wildlife officials have trapped and relocated a grizzly bear in an area north of Pinedale where another bear was killing cattle.
- Judge orders Colorado oilman to pay $16.8M in legal fees Updated: Jul-01-15 6:01 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - A Colorado oilman must pay $16.8 million to reimburse energy companies for legal fees they incurred defending his unsuccessful lawsuits against them, a federal judge has ordered.
- Sheridan County must pay woman beaten, injured in jail Updated: Jul-01-15 5:50 pm
SHERIDAN, Wyoming - A woman who was beaten and injured while incarcerated at the Sheridan County Detention Center in 2010 will be awarded $20,000 in damages, plus costs and attorney fees.
- More than 100 new state laws take effect in Wyoming Updated: Jul-01-15 1:59 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - More than 100 new state laws took effect Wednesday in Wyoming that change speeding fines in 80 mph zones, make roads safer for bicyclists, and authorize the governor to start negotiations on the state taking over regulation of uranium mining.
- Albany County declares state of emergency Updated: Jul-01-15 9:43 am
LARAMIE, Wyoming - Severe damage from summer flooding has led Albany County to declare a state of emergency.