- Labor Department picks Utah company to run Job Corps Center Updated: May-06-15 5:04 am
RIVERTON, Wyoming - The U.S. Department of Labor has awarded a five-year, $41 million contract for operation of the Wind River Job Corps Center to a Utah-based management company.
- Law professors side with Wyoming tribes in boundary dispute Updated: May-04-15 6:47 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - Eight law professors from around the country are seeking to get involved in a legal dispute over whether Riverton and surrounding lands remain legally part of the Wind River Indian Reservation.
- Big petroleum tank cleanups recommended Updated: May-03-15 4:07 pm
LANDER, Wyoming - A review of 28 sites in the Lander area has turned up five petroleum-impacted sites that could cost $500,000 to clean up.
- Wyoming lawmakers consider new laws for marijuana edibles Updated: Apr-20-15 1:05 pm
RIVERTON, Wyoming - A legislative committee is looking at whether state law needs to be clarified on how the illegal use of edible marijuana is penalized in Wyoming.
- Lawmakers want changes to law allowing property seizure Updated: Apr-17-15 4:10 pm
RIVERTON, Wyoming - A Wyoming legislative committee is considering bills to change the state law that allows law enforcement agencies to seize vehicles and other property they believe was used in drug crimes even if the owner hasn't been convicted.
- Tribal member convicted of murder seeks to enter EPA lawsuit Updated: Apr-15-15 7:56 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - A Northern Arapaho man serving a life sentence for murder in the death of his 22-month-old daughter wants to join a legal fight over the boundaries of the Wind River Indian Reservation in an effort to have his conviction overturned.
- Eastern Shoshone receiving grant from National Park Service Updated: Apr-13-15 11:41 am
RIVERTON, Wyoming - The Eastern Shoshone Tribe in Wyoming plans to use grant money from the National Park Service to preserve the 1863 and 1868 Fort Bridger Treaty.