CASPER, Wyo. — An African-American man who was a guard at the Wyoming State Penitentiary is claiming that supervisors at the jail did not do enough to change a racist and discriminatory work environment among staff members at the prison during the roughly three years he worked there.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — An Evanston woman pleaded guilty Wednesday to defrauding the state Medicaid system of $56,000 by falsely claiming she provided services to children with developmental disabilities. The plea comes as state officials are wrestling with how to cut costs of the sprawling health …
CHEYENNE — A New Mexico man pleaded guilty on Friday to conspiracy to commit arson in the 2010 fire that destroyed the main building of the Hitching Post Inn, a landmark hotel in Cheyenne.
CHEYENNE — A legal settlement between ranchers and the U.S. Bureau of Land Management would reduce wild horse numbers in the Rock Springs area by about half.
CHEYENNE — A New Mexico man has pleaded not guilty to felony charges including arson and conspiracy in connection with the 2010 fire that heavily damaged a landmark hotel in Cheyenne.
Citing a Wyoming law that protects landowners who allow outdoor recreation on their land, a federal judge has ruled against a woman who filed a wrongful-death suit that blamed federal researchers after her husband was killed by a grizzly bear that had been tranquilized and released near the …
CASPER, Wyo. -- A new name has surfaced in the Hitching Post Inn fire case, creating a new wrinkle in the ever-unfolding, two-year saga.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. - The judge in a lawsuit filed by the widow of a man killed by a grizzly bear has decided not to visit the mauling site near Yellowstone National Park.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The judge in a lawsuit filed by the widow of a man killed by a grizzly bear has decided not to view the mauling site near Yellowstone National Park in person on the advice of the U.S. Marshals Service, which has deemed the area too risky because of recent bear activity.
CASPER, Wyo. — Police say Brandon Bayne motioned that he had a gun in his pocket before making away with nearly $4,000 from a Casper bank. He had originally asked for $10,000.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A federal judge on Wednesday sentenced a Ten Sleep rancher and an Oregon hunter to probation and tens of thousands of dollars in fines and restitution, bringing an apparent end to one of Wyoming’s largest illegal-hunting cases in years.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. -- Two Cody doctors have agreed to settle a lawsuit over a mass mailing that disparaged one of them.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — An Oregon man is competent to stand trial on charges he carjacked a man in western Wyoming last year, a federal judge ruled Friday.
POWELL, Wyo. -- A federal judge is allowing a lawsuit over a fatal bear mauling near Yellowstone National Park to move forward, rejecting the federal government's immunity claim under state law.
CHEYENNE — The state of Wyoming has denied that its previous policy governing the display of materials in a tunnel leading to the state Capitol blocked an anti-abortion group from exercising its constitutionally protected free speech.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Having lost round one in its lawsuit against the state, an anti-abortion group will now litigate its claims of discrimination and violation of its free-speech rights.
CHEYENNE — A federal judge has denied an anti-abortion group's request for a court order to force the state of Wyoming to allow the group to display its materials in a tunnel leading to the state Capitol. U.S. District Judge Nancy Freudenthal on Tuesday denied a request from WyWatch Family …
CHEYENNE — A lawyer told a federal judge Monday that an anti-abortion group’s lawsuit seeking an injunction to order the state to allow the display of its posters and materials in the Herschler Gallery isn’t pointless despite state action last week to ban such public showings in the tunnel.
CHEYENNE — A lawyer for the state of Wyoming urged a federal judge on Monday to deny an anti-abortion group's request to require the state to allow it to display materials near the state Capitol.
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.