Liz Cheney Interviews Capitol Police Officers About Their Experiences During the Capitol A…
I'm still recovering from those ‘hugs and kisses’ that day -- that Trump claimed that so many rioters, terrorists, were assaulting us that day. If that was ‘hugs and kisses,’ then we should all go to his house and do the same thing to him.
WATCH: It Was Worth It- Vietnam Veteran is Finally Back Home in Wyoming
On Monday, July 19, 2021, citizens lined the streets of Worland Wyoming to pay their respects to a fallen hero.
Transgender Magician Cancels Wyoming Shows After Receiving Threats
An Iowa magician has cancelled a series of shows in Gillette, Wyoming after threats were made to her and to the staff of the Campbell County Public Library (where her shows were to be performed) after her transgender identity was shared on social media.
‘Superman’, ‘Goonies’ Director Richard Donner, Dead at 91
Famed director Richard Donner has passed away. He was 91 years old.
Yellowstone National Park Enters Stage 1 Fire Restriction Level, ‘Very High Fire Danger’
Officials with Yellowstone National Park have advised that the parkwide fire danger level for the park is "very high and Stage 1 fire restrictions are in effect."
PHOTOS: Comic Con Comes to Casper
When the Ford Wyoming Center hosted Casper Comic Con on Saturday, June 26 and Sunday, June 27, it brought together a veritable hodgepodge of all things nerd-dom.
Fees to Request Birth, Death, Marriage and Divorce Certificates Are Being Raised
The Wyoming Department of Health announced that fees to procure birth, death, marriage, and divorce certificates through Vital Statistics Services are being raised, as of July 1.
Vehicle Strikes Stroller with Children in Downtown Casper, Driver Initially Flees Scene
Tragedy was narrowly avoided on Thursday night, when a vehicle traveling through the intersection of 2nd and David Street struck a stroller carrying children.
Governor Gordon Using Remaining CARES Act Funds to Expand Wyoming State Parks
Governor Mark Gordon recently announced that up tp $6.5 million of remaining CARES Act funds are going towards funding capacity expansion at Wyoming State Parks and Historic Sites.
A Sweet Gesture: Fireworks Shop Brings Ice Cream to Firefighters After Ban Announcement
When Kristina Reynolds and her family, owners of Gillette's Discount Fireworks store, found out that Campbell County officials had banned the sale and usage of fireworks this season, due to the unseasonably high temperatures and potential for wildfires, they could have responded in any number o…
Wyoming Department of Health Warns of Germs in Pools & Lakes
“Unfortunately, it doesn’t take much contamination to create a messy problem so it’s important to prevent germs from getting into pools and lakes as much as possible,” said WDH Epidemiologist Courtney Tillman.
Wyoming Highway Patrol Assist Confused Elderly Man Walking Along I-25
WHP stated that troopers observed the man mentally operating in a state of denial, and the cane he was using was broken. He had no money and appeared in no condition to walk to Cheyenne.