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Congressional leaders balk at federal cattle rule

RIVERTON — In April, U.S. Rep.

As high flows persist, boater caution urged

JACKSON — After a string of high-profile rescues on the Snake River, officials are urging river runners to use cautio

17-year-old charged as adult for stabbing mom while she slept

GILLETTE (WNE) — A Campbell County teen made his initial appearance in court Wednesday for attempted first-degree mur

Western in running for $2.4 million to implement Nuclear Technology Program

ROCK SPRINGS (WNE) — Outgoing Western Wyoming Community College President Kim Dale announced at the Tuesday, June 11,

Preserving history

Roger Sandoval selected to travel and help restoration of Air Force One

Father-son pedal, paddle and bond during JD race

DOUGLAS — A couple of years ago, 35-year-old Keith Hopkins finally took the time to learn how to skate on ice.

After Teton Pass collapses, families pay the price

For parents, an extra 2 hours commuting is a financial, personal burden.

Sweet Taste of Entrepreneurship

Big turnout as numerous youth create one-day lemonade businesses for inaugural contest

Letters home

‘A tribute to all Vietnam veterans’

OpenAI to pull the plug on AI mayor candidate

CHEYENNE — While Cheyenne’s artificial intelligence mayoral candidate is under legal review by the state, it may be i

$880K price tag to fix mudslide on Teton Pass

JACKSON — Hiding in the shadow of a landslide that severed part of Teton Pass on Saturday is a mudslide that will cos

Missing woman passed through Moran

JACKSON (WNE) — License plate reader cameras were used recently to try to locate a missing Idaho woman whose cellphon

Wyoming Highway Patrol makes arrest related to stolen Lamborghinis in Carbon County

SARATOGA (WNE) — It’s not often the Wyoming Highway Patrol pulls over a pair of Lamborghinis, but that’s exactly what

Hageman, Lummis introduce bill to block mandatory EID ear tags

CHEYENNE (WNE) — U.S. Rep. Harriet Hageman and Sen.

Steamboat Geyser trespass nets Washington man jail time, Yellowstone ban

JACKSON (WNE) — A 21-year-old man who entered off-limits terrain to take pictures of Yellowstone’s most dangerous gey

Park Service calls for bison populations to grow in the West

CASPER (WNE) — The National Park Service is calling for a 20% increase in the bison population.

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