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Technical problems marred the opening of the federal insurance marketplace for Wyoming.
A state legislative committee on Monday voted to proceed with a series of reforms designed to address escalating costs in Wyoming’s Medicaid program.
CASPER -- Republican Sen. Charles Scott narrowly survived a primary challenge from Rep. Bob Brechtel in a Senate District 30 contest that pitted the moderate incumbent against a hardline opponent. Scott received 1,222 votes to Brechtel's 1,147, according to complete but unofficial results co…
CASPER, Wyo. -- A judge sentenced a Casper man Tuesday to serve at least two years in prison for cutting another man in the throat during a fight in Mills.
A quarter-mile-wide tornado touched down west of Wheatland on Thursday afternoon, destroying homes, snapping power lines in two, derailing a train and causing at least one injury, according to the National Weather Service and emergency officials.
On some nights, Frosty’s Bar and Grill closes at 10.
CASPER — The Environmental Protection Agency moved closer to completing its cleanup project at a Natrona County subdivision on Wednesday after the public comment period for its latest plan closed with little community response.
CASPER — Water lapped against sandbags piled behind the Tate Pumphouse on Tuesday as the North Platte River continued to rise in Casper.
LARAMIE — Weeks of controversy over academic freedom and William Ayers’ militant past ended Wednesday night as the 1960s radical-turned-academic delivered a largely anticlimactic lecture on education reform at the University of Wyoming.
The former head of the Nicolaysen Art Museum & Discovery Center will take over as executive director of the National Historic Trails Center Foundation next month.