Wyoming lawmakers have defeated two bills that would have impacted voting regulations. The Casper Star-Tribune reported Monday that state legislators voted against crossover voting in primary elections and a requirement to produce photo identification at […]
LARAMIE, Wyo. (Sept. 18, 2019) – The Wyoming volleyball squad looks to get back on the winning tract this weekend as the Cowgirls travel to Omaha, Neb., for the Creighton Classic. Wyoming will face Wichita […]
Cassidy From Cathedral Home For Children was in studio on Wednesday September 18th to talk about their Crisis Center services that are available. Listen to the interview below.
Earlier this week, the University Of Wyoming Board of Trustees voted to proceed with several parts of the work involved in constructing at least $300 million worth of dorms in the next several years. $1 […]
As of yesterday, a fire near Fetterman and Devils Creek Roads in northern Albany County has burned 750 acres. The rangeland fire was reported over the weekend and emergency crews began combating the blaze on […]
CHEYENNE, Wyo. –The Brush Creek Fire was discovered on the afternoon of September 15,2019 and is approximately 40 miles southwest of Douglas, Wyo. The fire is located in rough terrain with scattered timber, grass, and […]