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Wildlife officials warn residents of rabbit-killing disease

LANDER — Wildlife officials are warning of a disease that is killing rabbits in Wyoming, and are seeking the public’s

WYDOT defends Teton Pass detour as politicos, engineers question plans

Plan hasn’t been released for Teton Pass temporary fix, fueling speculation and questions from the public.

Footage of June 6 shooting released

CASPER — The Casper Police Department has released bodycam footage of the fatal June 6 encounter between three police

Casper company aims to improve wind turbine recycling process

CASPER — Wind turbines, which produce some of the cheapest energy on the grid, have long been an environmental darlin

Wyoming startup businesses get help

CASPER (WNE) — Five Wyoming companies have been selected to participate in Microsoft’s “gBEta” business accelerator p

Fremont County shot down on shooting complex

LANDER (WNE) — Fremont County has lost its bid to be the site of a multi-million-dollar shooting complex, after the l

What's Up in Weston County June 20-26

June 3-July 17 Newcastle Summer Recreation Programs,  Pre-K-8th Grade

Degenfelder expects new Title IX policies to be ‘overturned’

CODY — “The most prudent course of action at this time for Wyoming school districts is to continue under their curren

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Buttigieg promotes federal funding of U.S. 30 project

 

TerraPower breaks ground for nuclear power plant

Gates in Kemmerer for ceremony

Rafter survives capsizing

CODY (WNE) — A rafting accident in the Shoshone Canyon on Sunday left one of the three passengers stranded.

Gordon criticizes BLM’s lingering Indaziflam approval

CHEYENNE (WNE) — Another summer and another fire season will pass in Wyoming without the ability to use the herbicide

Wyoming’s average gas prices are down again this week

CHEYENNE (WNE) — Average gasoline prices in Wyoming have fallen 1.3 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging $3.2

Legislative committee begins interim work on mental health services

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Education Committee began its interim work this week with an eye toward im

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