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Wyoming’s Capitol open for extended summer hours

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The ‘People’s House’ will be open Saturdays through Sept. 28.

Remembering Deer 255: Wyoming muley renowned for longest migration dies

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Fighting the stigma: June marks Men's Mental Health Awareness Month

SHERIDAN — Men’s Mental Health Awareness Month is recognized in June, and Volunteers of America Vice President of Cor

Alliance to state: Fix it or be sued

Preservation group says gravel pit lease violates Wyoming Constitution

Rare wildcat documented in the Yellowstone region for first time in a decade

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Teton Pass closed indefinitely; Gordon declares emergency

JACKSON — There’s no timeline yet for how long Teton Pass will remain closed after a weekend landslide left a gaping

Department of Education  launches information hub for education savings account program

CHEYENNE (WNE) — In anticipation of the Jan.

Arrest turns fatal in Casper

CASPER  (WNE) — The Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigations is investigating an officer-involved shooting at Casp

PETA sues Rock Springs airport for rejecting vegan moo-cow carry-on ad

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How much should Wyoming pay for education? Ongoing trial could answer that.

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Coal industry a no-show at Campbell County event to rally against federal leasing ban

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Limited data available for analysis of Wyoming teacher salaries

CHEYENNE — Gaps in available state data have limited expert conclusions on teacher shortage trends in Wyoming, accord

Jackson Town Council halts big commercial projects in town limits

JACKSON — The Jackson Town Council has declared an emergency, 120-day moratorium on commercial buildings bigger than

Crews wrapping up wildlife crossing project

BUFFALO (WNE) — A 15-mile stretch of Interstate 25 between Buffalo and Kaycee is expected to be much safer for both m

An internationally acclaimed Jackson Hole photographer is spending big to fight ‘bear-jam’ ticket

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Restaurant closures could be a hit to high season

BUFFALO — Three restaurants in Buffalo have closed over the past year, and in a city of Buffalo's size, those losses

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