Prosecutors say the employee of a group home raped two women with mental disabilities while working at the facility.
The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will ask the state to provide $49.6 million for a renovation of War Memorial Stadium’s west side stands and the Corbett Pool, which is used by the university’s swimming and diving teams.
The announcement last week of Japan lifting its years-long ban on imports of beef from the United States is good news for Wyo-Braska producers, but it may not be the overarching panacea some in Washington, D.C., might want people to think.
A Wyoming woman was involved in an international methamphetamine distribution conspiracy connected to a Mexican cartel, prosecutors alleged in federal court filings unsealed Tuesday.
The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees voted to establish a business arm of the university, WyoVentures LLC, a venture that’s charged with “creating and maintaining an educational and practical entrepreneurship resource infrastructure, which will be an easily accessible single point of entry for start-up ventures in Wyoming.”
Fremont County Clerk Julie Freese has responded to the Wyoming Democratic Party’s recent request that her office submit to an investigation by the county attorney in regard to two incidents from the 2018 election season.
A Cody man accused of sexually assaulting patients while employed as a nurse at the Northern Wyoming Surgical Center has been cleared of the charge, and his case fully dismissed.
A spectrum of state officials Thursday backed away from pursuit of “primacy” over the federal environmental analysis process in Wyoming.
Wyoming’s Division of Criminal Investigation released its report regarding Robbie Ramirez’s death to the Laramie Boomerang late Tuesday afternoon.
A state environmental review board Thursday withheld approval of a mining permit transfer until it could determine whether a sprawling web of coal companies’ environmental violations in other states should block the owner from operating in Wyoming.
Instead of hiring an attorney and fighting federal charges for ducking a rope during high avalanche danger, Andrew Richards offered up guilty pleas and an apology.
A Casper doctor facing federal drug conspiracy charges was set up by over-zealous prosecutors and co-defendants desperate to reduce their risk of imprisonment, the doctor’s Chicago defense attorney said during the closing of a nearly month-long trial.
A new bill pending in the U.S. House of Representatives would prevent future grizzly bear hunts and increase Native American influence in bear conservation efforts.
The Wyoming Army National Guard will say farewell to soldiers in Charlie Company, 1st Battalion, 297th Infantry Regiment May 28 at 2 p.m. before they deploy to Kosovo.
Last month, Rep. Tyler Lindholm, R-Sundance, penned an op-ed in the Star-Tribune that seemed out of the lane that a Majority Whip of the Wyoming House of Representatives would typically occupy.
Once upon a time, agriculture was a lifestyle for nearly everyone in the United States, unless they lived in a big city like Washington, D.C., New York or Boston.
A Teton County inmate will soon be transferred to the Wyoming State Penitentiary after admitting to terrorizing several women by stalking them.
During a discussion with the University of Wyoming’s Board of Trustees on Thursday, Gov. Mark Gordon said the university should tap its research capabilities, especially those at the School of Energy Resources, for carbon sequestration and become a leader in combating climate change.
Four of Wyoming’s coal-fired power plants have been identified as potential targets for early closures to save money.
The Wyoming Democratic Party has asked the Fremont County Attorney’s Office to investigate allegations that voters on the Wind River Reservation encountered difficulties during the 2018 election.
Wyoming has needed a major upgrade to the computer system that handles driver licensing and motor vehicle information for years.
Wyoming health officials are drafting an ambitious and unique plan to try to address air ambulance costs, though representatives of the life flight companies say the issue is how little they’re often paid, not how much they charge.
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