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Department of Education, lawmakers working to improve K-12 mental health services

SHERIDAN — Wyoming lawmakers are continuing their work to help address Wyomingites’ mental health, this time turning

Don’t let road construction jam your summer plans

RIVERTON — Road construction season is upon us, and knowing where and when your route might be held up is key to smar

State issues May report on Wyoming economic health

CHEYENNE (WNE) — The May 2024 issue of the Wyoming Economic Indicators report is available at the State of Wyoming’s

Gasoline prices in Wyoming on the rise, averaging $3.32 per gallon

CHEYENNE (WNE) — Average gasoline prices in Wyoming have risen 1.1 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging $3.32

Trump endorses Barrasso

CASPER (WNE) — Donald Trump has endorsed Sen. John Barrasso’s reelection bid to the U.S. Senate.

What's Up In Weston County May 30 - June 5

Thu. May 30 7AM T.O.P.S. #218 - WC Senior Center

Fish for free June 1 in the Cowboy State

Fishing in Wyoming’s blue-ribbon fisheries is free for all on June 1.

Liability insurance creates barrier for youth mental health services

JACKSON — Lack of insurance coverage is placing Teton Youth and Family Services and organizations like it at risk of

Wyoming sees increase in drilling-related spills in 2023. Is it a problem?

Oil and gas companies in the Mountain West report thousands of drill-related spills each year, including spills of cr

Warbirds in flight: Remembering Casper's contribution to WWII

CASPER — Those with a keen eye for local sports may have seen that Casper has a new minor league hockey team — the Wa

Leaders consider regulations, incentives for preserving affordable housing as short-term rentals expand

SHERIDAN — As leaders work to address a nationwide housing shortage, there is tremendous pressure for them to do some

Vision document reveals Honor Wyoming goals

JACKSON — Honor Wyoming is aiming to build a majority in the state Legislature made up of lawmakers who adhere to its

Four wild horse and burro adoption events to take place in June

CHEYENNE (WNE) — The Bureau of Land Management Wyoming is kicking off the summer with four wild horse and burro adopt

Reports of rabid skunks increase in Sheridan County

SHERIDAN (WNE) — As of May 22, a total of nine skunks have tested positive for Rabies virus in Sheridan County.

Green River man pleads guilty to deer shootings in local neighborhood

GREEN RIVER— A years-long case of deer being shot and left to die in a Green River neighborhood has been resolved.

Hearing held for slain teen’s ex-boyfriend

Judge finds sufficient cause to move murder case forward

Feds say utilities must take planning seriously

CASPER — The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the nation’s top utility regulator, issued a sweeping new rule las

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