In an ideal world, people young and old exercise each day.
Leadership in both chambers projected an air of stability and optimism Friday after the midweek drama in the Legislature over the state’s supplemental budget.
The Legislature is one step closer to authorizing a new study on what Medicaid expansion could look like in Wyoming.
The Senate suspended its rules Wednesday and filed four new spending bills as it and the House try to bridge about a $70 million difference in their two proposed budgets.
A Weston County mother is suing Teton County School District No. 1 for negligence after a school bus driver ran into her son in the fall of 2017.
As lawmakers and officials filed their annual financial disclosure forms last week, Wyoming representatives passed a bill to increase what they must reveal.
Wyoming’s minimum wage won’t see an increase this year after an attempt to raise it died Monday night on the floor of the state House of Representatives.
A coal train collision on Monday sent two locomotives partially into the North Platte River, potentially contaminating the waterway with thousands of gallons of diesel in a remote canyon north of the Guernsey Reservoir, according to state officials.
For the second year in a row, the House and Senate differ by around $80 million on the state’s budget, after senators made cuts to their version and representatives added money to theirs.
Voters in Wyoming would not be able to switch their political party affiliation on primary election day under a measure passed Tuesday by the state Senate.
Casper police are investigating an Illinois-based bare-knuckle fighting company that held its inaugural event in Casper on allegations it failed to pay fighters as much as $40,000, court documents filed last week indicate.
Fremont County Attorney Patrick LeBrun says he will make a statement “in the next week or so” regarding the fatal, officer-involved shooting that took place last month in Riverton.
A Sage Valley Junior High student has been bound over to District Court to stand trial after the Gillette Police Department presented evidence that he had brought two handguns and 43 rounds of ammunition to school with the intent of shooting specific students and staff members.
In the first judicial test of Wyoming’s new “stand your ground” law, a Natrona County judge on Friday dismissed a first-degree murder case, but implored prosecutors to appeal to the state’s highest court.
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Mady Goossen has been out-scouting the boys for most of her life.
Stressed out but pleased to be back is how Grand Teton National Park spokesman Andrew White described his colleagues’ attitudes after 35 involuntary days out of the office.
An effort to repeal Wyoming’s death penalty passed its first reading Wednesday afternoon in one of the most intense moments of this year’s session so far.
Throughout the 2019 Legislative Session, the Wyoming Republican Party has made its No. 1 priority clear: ending the practice of crossover voting — switching one’s party to vote in an opposing race — in the state’s elections.
After two days of sometimes testy testimony by Wyoming Republican Party stalwarts in favor of a bill to close off primary elections, Sen. Tara Nethercott (R-Cheyenne) started pushing back.
Under cover of night, 63-year-old Robert Blaylock snuck onto a Boxelder Road ranch to do some rustling.
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