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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.
The Wyoming Supreme Court has denied the latest petition from the state's lone death-row inmate.
A judge has denied the latest appeal from Wyoming's lone death row inmate, rejecting claims Dale Wayne Eaton's case didn't receive a meaningful review from the state's highest court.
The Wyoming Supreme Court failed to adequately review the appeal of the state's lone death row inmate, his attorney argues in a newly filed petition.
The Wyoming Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered that the execution of the state's lone death row inmate should remain on hold pending additional appeals.
The U.S. Supreme Court this week refused to hear an appeal from Wyoming's lone death row inmate.
Attorneys representing Wyoming's lone death row inmate have filed a motion with the state supreme court to delay his Dec. 19 execution.
A Natrona County district judge Monday set a December execution date for Wyoming's only death row inmate, who was convicted of the 1988 kidnapping, rape and murder of a teenager.
The Wyoming Supreme Court on Monday denied the appeal of Dale Wayne Eaton, Wyoming's lone death-row inmate, who was convicted of the 1988 kidnapping, rape and murder of a teenager.