GILLETTE — Zarhya Hildebrand, 4, sure knows how to tug some heartstrings.
WORLAND (WNE) — A search for a person wanted on an active warrant resulted in the Washakie County Sheriff’s Office arresting two individuals and securing 307 suspected fentanyl pills.
At Mountain Meadow Wool on Plains Drive in Buffalo, the raw material comes in the back, before it’s scoured in huge machines, then graded and sorted, spun, knit and finished.
CHEYENNE (WNE) — An inmate at the Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp escaped during a work detail assignment Monday, according to a news release from the Wyoming Department of Corrections.
A freshman state lawmaker says the federal government must obtain the consent of the Wyoming Legislature to acquire more property — even private property from a willing seller — in the state. Legal experts say the argument smacks of debunked legal posturing in a long-simmering fight against …
GILLETTE (WNE) — A Gillette man pleaded guilty to misrepresenting or falsifying statements to the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services and was ordered to repay more than $22,000 he received in fraudulent benefits.
CHEYENNE — Wildfire season can cause concern for the general public, especially considering the increase in damage done by fires in the West. In spite of this, the state of Wyoming is confident in its ability to manage fires this season.
JACKSON — Teton County District Judge Melissa Owens ruled Friday against four anti-abortion advocates seeking to intervene in the legal battle after saying there was no room in the courtroom for rehashing the political debate.
The owner of Elk Mountain Ranch has dropped the last remaining claim in a civil corner-crossing trespass suit — an allegation that a Missouri hunter stepped on his property well away from the contested corners.
CHEYENNE — Earthquakes were recorded two nights in a row almost exactly 24 hours apart along the Continental Divide in southeastern Wyoming this week.
CHEYENNE — The charges against a second Cheyenne teen who was allegedly involved in a shooting at Lincoln Park will be bound over to district court.
CHEYENNE — A coalition of Wyoming residents who say they are advocating for educators, books and the First Amendment has come together in Laramie County.
For over 100 years the building that houses the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum has weathered the elements in downtown Buffalo. Vicious winds have worn away stones around the east-facing entrance, water has crept into the basement, and the rumbling of millions of cars have pushed mortar out of whack.
Legislators question lack of BLM outreach: BLM rule change would incorporate conservation into public lands management
For decades Dave Belus and his family have ranched across Johnson County, grazing their cattle on a patchwork of private and Bureau of Land Management land.
John Mowat remembers the day 71 years ago when he and three others became the first to climb the Grand Teton’s Second Tower, a pyramid on the mountain’s skyline that partially crumbled last fall.
CASPER — A grand jury has formally indicted a Fort Washakie man accused of threatening to shoot an FBI special agent in the head.
CHEYENNE — One of Wyoming’s largest natural gas suppliers is proposing a 7% increase in residential customers’ service charges.
SHERIDAN — Final payments from the Wyoming Emergency Rental Assistance Program will come in June. Those helping families with the program in Sheridan County expressed concern about potential impacts of the program’s end.
CASPER — A Wyoming Medium Correctional Institution inmate is suing YesCare, the state’s correctional health care provider, for allegedly denying him surgery and leaving him barely able to function, a court filing states.
After euthanizing a black bear in Sheridan on Friday, Game and Fish wildlife managers are reminding residents to secure garbage, livestock feed, bird feeders and other attractants.
Wyoming’s congressional delegation isn’t budging on budget cuts, as President Joe Biden and U.S. House GOP leadership remain stuck in a standoff over the federal government’s debt limit.
POWELL — After an unidentified Yellowstone National Park visitor interfered with a bison calf Saturday attempting to cross the Lamar River, park officials were forced to euthanize the calf.
CHEYENNE — A sense of urgency filled the hours of testimony heard Wednesday by the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Education Committee in Casper.
For over 50 years, Dave Harness called his mother.
CHEYENNE — More than nine months after the Wyoming Education Association filed a lawsuit against the state for failing to fund K-12 education funding adequately, a trial date has been scheduled for June of 2024.
JACKSON — A federal judge has tossed out a lawsuit by the Wyoming chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union challenging Teton County’s 24/7 sobriety program. The court ruled that public safety benefits outweigh plaintiffs’ claims of unreasonable searches and seizures when it comes to for…
CASPER — More Wyoming homeowners than ever now qualify for a federally funded program for people struggling to pay housing costs due to the coronavirus pandemic.
POWELL (WNE) — Sam Mihara, who was incarcerated at Heart Mountain as a child, has received a grant from the Wyoming Humanities Council to travel around the state and teach about Japanese American incarceration.
CHEYENNE — While State Superintendent of Public Instruction Megan Degenfelder said the state’s new plan for education reform was based upon “voices of thousands of education stakeholders across the state” and collaboration, leaders of some statewide education groups said they had no input du…
On Monday, May 8, the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum received a call from Washington.
GILLETTE (WNE) — Two men found dead at the site of a camper fire Friday morning are believed to have died in a murder-suicide.
Ammon Bundy is using Wyoming’s controversial corporate privacy laws to hide his assets in a series of shell companies, according to recent court filings in an Idaho lawsuit.
CASPER — Beer, beer, get your beer, University of Wyoming fans.
EVANSTON — A Bridger Valley man was sentenced to life in prison last Thursday after unsuccessfully orchestrating a murder-for-hire plot against his ex-wife.
JACKSON — About an hour earlier, Grizzly 399 had crossed the road.
Darby Scantling has been trying to buy a home for years.
With a standing-room-only crowd in attendance, the Buffalo City Council on Tuesday delayed contract negotiations with the St. Francis Animal Shelter.
POWELL — After racing into Powell at more than 140 mph and crashing into four different vehicles on Thursday, a Meeteetse man is facing a potentially lengthy prison sentence.
LANDER — The Wyoming Supreme Court has already ruled that drug tests at school are only considered constitutional for kids involved in activities.
SHERIDAN (WNE) — It was standing room only on the second story of the Wagon Box in Story on May 13, as members of the community gathered for a question and answer session regarding a plan for Decentralized Autonomous Organization ownership of the restaurant and resort.
JACKSON — Officials are investigating how Catheryn Danyelle Griffin, 38, died Saturday in the southwest corner of Yellowstone National Park.
POWELL — The grizzly bear found dead along the North Fork Highway last week was killed by a Cody area hunter who said he mistook the animal for a black bear, according to court documents.
CASPER — Mining outpaced all other Wyoming industries for job growth from the last quarter of 2021 to the same time in 2022, a recent report from the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services found.
SHERIDAN (WNE) — Michigan resident Michael J. Dupuis Sr. pleaded no contest in March to making false claims of residency to obtain resident Wyoming hunting, fishing and trapping licenses.
LARAMIE — University of Wyoming staff members making less than $150,000 annually will receive base pay raises of $1,900, along with additional increases based upon merit, market and compression issues, following action by the UW Board of Trustees.
CHEYENNE — Two Cheyenne teens involved in a drive-by shooting in Lincoln Park that resulted in the death of a 15-year-old girl will be charged as adults.
CASPER — Despite the snow last month, it’s spring in Wyoming.
POWELL — When Chris Baltz, East Entrance fee supervisor at Yellowstone National Park, saw a car parked in front of the closed entrance Thursday evening before dark, he thought the visitors were mistaken about the park’s opening schedule. This is his first season in the park.
GILLETTE (WNE) — Gillette police investigated and found multiple instances of cheese slices left on vehicles parked outside of homes Tuesday.
Editors note: For decades, community leaders, government officials and engaged citizens have discussed the need for more housing in Buffalo and Johnson County. “Home on the Range” will be a multipart series exploring how the community’s current housing shortage impacts economic growth and co…