Laramie News

Police Seek Help Locating Missing Man.

The Laramie Police Department is searching for a man last seen in early June near the 1100 block of North McCue Street. Investigators are asking for help in locating Travis Bybee, 38, who was last seen near the Timbers Apartments. An extensive search of nearby areas did not locate Bybee, and investigators are concerned for his welfare, since it appears that he left his apartment without taking important belongings and medications.... Continue Reading
Albany County News

Free Tire and Refrigerator Disposal

The Albany County Planning Office is providing vouchers that can be presented at the Laramie Landfill for the free disposal of car and light truck tires and refrigerators. This opportunity is provided through a partnership between Albany County, the Laramie Rivers Conservation District, and the Laramie Beautification Committee.... Continue Reading

Fatal Crash Near Casper Claims Two Lives

On August 23rd, 2017 a fatal crash occurred at milepost 59 on WY 220 near Casper, Wyoming.  At 1:20 p.m., Wyoming Highway Patrol Troopers were dispatched to the area for a two vehicle head-on collision. A 2004 Ford F-250 was traveling eastbound on WY-220 when for unknown reasons the vehicle crossed over the center lane line and into the westbound traffic lane.... Continue Reading
Laramie News

LaBonte Skate Park – Full-Pipe Grand Opening

The City of Laramie, Parks & Recreation Department would like to invite you to attend the grand opening of the Full-Pipe Addition at the LaBonte Stake Park at 10:00 am on August 26, 2017. Please join Mark Scott and the Dreamland Skate parks Crew along with Josh Kaffer and the Friends of the Laramie Skate park for the grand opening of the only full-pipe skateboarding Feature in Wyoming!... Continue Reading

Back To School Safety

School is back in session, and along with buses and excited students, drivers need to be on the lookout for pedestrians distracted by electronic devices. Since 2013, the number of 12- to 19-year-old pedestrians killed has increased 13 percent. During that same time frame, high-school-aged students were observed walking distracted 35 percent more – 20 percent in 2013 versus 27 percent in 2016.... Continue Reading