UPDATE: Reactions To President Trump’s Firing of FBI Director Comey
The White House says the search for a new FBI director will begin immediately.
Accused Killer Of Utah Man Pleads Guilty In Kemmerer
Dereck James Harrison's father, Flint Harrison, killed himself in jail.
Magpul Lays Off 85 Employees In Cheyenne
Magpul opened its factory in Cheyenne in early 2015.
Inquest Clears Billings Police Officer Who Shot Gillette Man
Officers attempted to convince Killough put the gun down and come out of the hotel. He didn't cooperate, and displayed erratic and at times volatile behavior.
White House Disputes Estimate That 14 Million Will Lose Health Care Coverage
Criticism has come from Democrats, Republicans from states that benefit from the Affordable Care Act and many corners of the health-care industry.
Wyoming Lawmakers Reach Last-Minute School Funding Agreement
Lawmakers worked late into the night Friday to wrap up the 2017 session.
Governor Mead Signs Online Sales Tax Bill
South Dakota recently approved a similar law.
U.S. Senate Confirms Ryan Zinke As Interior Secretary
U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi and U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney lauded the confirmation of Ryan Zinke.
Wyoming Inmate Dies of Illness
The Wyoming Department of Corrections says Ronald D. Anderson died on Saturday from a terminal illness.
Midwest, Wyoming Lawmakers Target Wolf Protections Again
Pressure is building in Congress to take gray wolves in the western Great Lakes region and Wyoming off the endangered list.
Man Shot, Injured by Cheyenne Police Loses Appeal
The 10th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals decision affirms a ruling by a federal judge in favor of the city in 2015.
National Guard Helping With Wyoming Floods [VIDEO]
The flooding began over the weekend when warm temperatures melted snow and ice jams caused water to back up.