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Army veteran was shot 9 times

Police say Trae Spurlock tried to take officer’s gun

Average gasoline prices decline by nearly 2 cents a gallon in past week

CHEYENNE (WNE) — Average gasoline prices in Wyoming have fallen 1.7 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging $3.2

Teton County emergency management coordinator: other sources of aid faster than FEMA

JACKSON (WNE) — Jackson Hole government leaders will not apply for disaster relief aid through the Federal Emergency

Innovative energy projects seek millions in state funding

CASPER — The Wyoming Energy Authority this week announced finalists for its latest round of Energy Matching Funds, a

Can voters elect an AI for mayor? Laramie County attorney conducts investigation

CHEYENNE — An AI-generated candidate has filed to run for Cheyenne mayor, and county officials are investigating whet

Ballot Boxes debated

RIVERTON — Wyoming Secretary of State Chuck Gray issued a two-page edict last week announcing his departure from his

New mental health program off to a fast start

GILLETTE (WNE)  — A new program to help Gillette residents with their mental health has gotten off to a fast start.

Lightning fire in Yellowstone first of season

JACKSON (WNE) — A 0.1-acre wildland fire that broke out in Yellowstone National Park, dubbed the "Milepost 17 Fire" a

Airport dedicates Coe Terminal

CODY (WNE) — Numerous local, state and federal officials, both past and present, along with the community turned out

Wyoming’s Capitol open for extended summer hours

FROM WYOFILE:

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

Alliance to state: Fix it or be sued

Preservation group says gravel pit lease violates Wyoming Constitution

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

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

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