University of Wyoming employee parking permits for 2019-2020 will be available for purchase beginning Wednesday, July 10. The cost of faculty and staff parking permits is increasing from $196 to $210. This will be the […]
On July 6, 2019 at approximately 6:45pm, a severe weather front produced lightning, thunder, grape-sized hail and a tornado in northern Laramie and Albany County north of the City. Albany County Emergency Manager, Aimee Binning reports […]
The Wagonhound rest area at MM 267 near Arlington will close next week for annual maintenance, weather permitting. WYDOT crews will be cleaning and resurfacing the I-80 Wagonhound interchange and the entrance road to the […]
Despite snow still lingering at higher elevations and a wet start to summer, National Forest and Grassland visitors, particularly campers, are advised to use caution when building and maintaining campfires. Always make sure that campfires […]
City Manager Janine Jordan was in the studio on Wednesday July 3rd to talk about how to dispose of green waste and the 4th of July fireworks. Listen to the interview below.
LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — Reports show that the Northern Arapaho Tribe was the sole backer of an advocacy group that fought Wyoming legislation aimed at expanding gambling operations. The Laramie Boomerang reported Monday that fillings […]
(LARAMIE, Wyo.) July 2, 2019 – On Monday, July 8, volunteers will give Pole Mountain a much-needed clean-up after the Fourth of July holiday. The Laramie Ranger District and Wyoming Department of Transportation have partnered with […]