- 1 Tribal injunction leaves hundreds of people without water near Lodge Grass
- 2 Priest removes gay couple from volunteer posts in Lewistown Catholic church
- 3 Have You Heard: Beef O'Brady's seeking new franchise owner; Starbucks open on Grand
- 4 Man, 21, charged with attempted sexual assault on girl, 7
- 5 Man admits making sex video with girl, 16
CHEYENNE — If you walked into Greg Phillips' office when he was an assistant U.S. attorney, you could usually find him at his desk, deep in thought, with a legal document and multicolored Hi-Liters lined up neatly before him.
Wyoming Attorney General Greg Phillips sailed through his U.S. Senate confirmation on a unanimous 88-0 vote Monday to earn a seat on the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals based in Denver.
JACKSON — A state legislative committee chairman requested that a bill be drafted that would keep repeat offenders of alcohol-related crimes out of jail and instead subject them to stringent testing.
CASPER, Wyo. — The list of people aiming to take Gov. Matt Mead's seat in 2014 continues to grow.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Wyoming Attorney General Greg Phillips' hearing on his nomination for a U.S. 10th Circuit Court judgeship went very smoothly, a law professor who monitors Senate confirmations said Tuesday.
CHEYENNE — Both of Wyoming's U.S. Senators spoke highly of state Attorney General Greg Phillips' qualifications to serve as a federal appeals court judge at a confirmation hearing Tuesday.
CASPER — A woman accused of overbilling Wyoming's Medicaid program for services provided to her disabled daughter has reached a plea deal.
CASPER, Wyo. — President Barack Obama on Thursday nominated Wyoming Attorney General Gregory Phillips for a seat on the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.
CHEYENNE — Wyoming's term limits law should be scrubbed because it deprives Secretary of State Max Maxfield of his right to seek a third term, his lawyer told the state Supreme Court on Wednesday.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A program designed to keep people accused of drunk driving out of jail — as long as they stay sober — could be coming to Wyoming.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The state of Wyoming says Secretary of State Max Maxfield has no legal basis to file a lawsuit over term limits for state elected officials.
CHEYENNE—Five years after a controversial mine subsidence project they claim wrecked their homes, 12 residents in the “Tree Street” neighborhood of Rock Springs have grudgingly agreed to financial settlements with the state, state officials and residents said.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. - Wyoming's attorney general wants a district judge in Cheyenne to dismiss a lawsuit fighting the state's redistricting plan.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The state of Wyoming has tabbed former Gov. Mike Sullivan to mediate compensation claims for residents of Rock Springs’ “Tree Street” neighborhood, who say a controversial 2007 state-run mine subsidence project wrecked their homes.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The office of the Wyoming attorney general has asked a federal judge to deny an anti-abortion group’s request to allow the group to display its materials in a walkway leading to the state Capitol during next month’s legislative session.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. - The Wyoming attorney general's office wants a district judge to list Secretary of State Max Maxfield as a defendant in Maxfield's own lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of term limits for him and other statewide elected officials.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. - Federal and state prosecutors in Wyoming say the laws already on the books are sufficient to deal with offenders who might engage in sex trafficking of children despite a recent national report giving the state a failing grade on the issue.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Lawmakers assigned to the task of redistricting the Wyoming Legislature approved a plan to meet population shifts Tuesday but left open the possibility of further changes.
CODY, Wyo. — The state's attorney general said Monday that a Cody woman was convicted and sentenced to a suspended prison term for the fraudulent billing of Wyoming Medicaid.
CHEYENNE — The Wyoming Legislature must decide whether all 30 state senators should seek re-election in 2012 as a result of changes to their district boundaries, the state Attorney General said.