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LCSD1 candidates participate in student-led forum | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 19, 2018
CHEYENNE – Local school board candidates answered student questions at a forum Thursday evening.
Wyo. governor candidates take the stage for another debate | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 19, 2018
CHEYENNE – In a statewide televised debate, the two major party candidates for Wyoming’s next governor mostly stuck with the same messages they’ve hammered throughout the campaign in their attempt to win undecided voters.
Councilman trades Compassionate Cheyenne for “kindness, generosity” | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 19, 2018
CHEYENNE – City Councilman Richard Johnson is giving up on Compassionate Cheyenne and going generic with “kindness and generosity.”
Candidates for district attorney find common ground, disagree in local forum | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 19, 2018
CHEYENNE – The two women vying to be Laramie County’s next top prosecutor squared off in a forum Thursday night sponsored by the Laramie County Bar Association.
Cheyenne Hills Church to celebrate 25 years | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 19, 2018
CHEYENNE – What was founded as a 20-person Bible study in the early 1990s is now one of Cheyenne’s largest congregations – with about 1,300 members attending weekend services.
All four U.S. House candidates debate | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 19, 2018
CHEYENNE – The four candidates competing for Wyoming’s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives took to the airwaves Tuesday night to convince voters they should be heading to Washington, D.C.
Wyoming House candidates talk deficits, health care at forum | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 18, 2018
CHEYENNE – Candidates running for local legislative districts discussed issues ranging from education funding deficits to rising health-care costs Tuesday at a Pancakes and Politics forum hosted by the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce.
Colorado Supreme Court hears high-stakes oil and gas lawsuit | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 18, 2018
DENVER (AP) — An attorney for six young people who want the state to impose tougher safeguards on the energy industry told the Colorado Supreme Court on Tuesday that the law requires regulators to protect public health from the hazards…
Cheyenne City Council candidates mostly agree in forum | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 18, 2018
CHEYENNE – Four candidates vying to gain or retain seats on the Cheyenne City Council found plenty of common ground at the Cheyenne League of Women Voters forum Tuesday night.
Mills Police: 1 Dead, 1 Critically Injured Following Wednesday Shooting [VIDEO] | KGAB
KGAB | October 18, 2018
McLimore said there is no continuing threat to the community in connection with the shooting. Continue reading…
Yellowstone National Park Visits Rise In September | KGAB
KGAB | October 18, 2018
The continued high level of visitation in the park underscores the importance of planning before a visit. Continue reading…
Wyoming Secretary of State Reports Primary Party Affiliation Changes | KGAB
KGAB | October 18, 2018
Party changes are entered into Wyoming’s voter registration system by county clerks and their staff. Continue reading…
Low Pay Hinders Laramie County Sheriff's Recruitment Efforts | KGAB
KGAB | October 18, 2018
Gesell says she's hopeful county commissioners will decide to dole out more dough for deputies down the line. Continue reading…
Douglas Police Investigate Death Of Man On Wednesday | KGAB
KGAB | October 18, 2018
The immediate cause of death is still under investigation. Continue reading…
Cheyenne Man Gets 4-8 Years in Kidnapping Case | KGAB
KGAB | October 18, 2018
A 32-year-old Cheyenne man has been sentenced to four to eight years in prison for pointing a pistol at a man and threatening to kill him. Continue reading…
Wyoming News | October 18, 2018
POWELL – This summer, Bank of the West officials began promoting the fact that they’re no longer funding certain fossil fuel-related projects and businesses – prompting State Treasurer Mark Gordon and Gov. Matt Mead to suggest pulling all state funds…
Wyoming News | October 18, 2018
We believe everyone can give something to those in need, and when that happens, everyone benefits. That’s why we created “Everyone gives, Everyone gains,” a way to highlight how you can help people in need. To get your item listed…
Wyoming Agriculture Lawyer Joins Interior Department | KGAB
KGAB | October 17, 2018
She also was a leader in a movement that called for more local input on federal land management plans. Continue reading…
Cheyenne Police Hoping to Catch Fishing Lures Bandit [VIDEO] | KGAB
KGAB | October 17, 2018
Cheyenne police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man who they say stole thousands of dollars worth of fishing lures. Continue reading…
Matthew Shepard Personal Collection Donated To Smithsonian | KGAB
KGAB | October 17, 2018
The Shepard family is donating personal school papers, theater scripts, photographs, correspondence and notebooks as well as some personal objects. Continue reading…
Man Runs from Cops, Prompts Secure Perimeter at Cheyenne School | KGAB
KGAB | October 17, 2018
Malatesta says secure perimeters are pretty routine and parents shouldn't be overly concerned. Continue reading…
Commissioners to seek input on new regulations, including gun range rules | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 16, 2018
CHEYENNE – Laramie County officials are set today to open public comment on new rules for building shooting ranges aimed at avoiding repeats of a fight over one earlier this year.
Cheyenne East students perform “Sorry, Wrong Number” | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 16, 2018
CHEYENNE – They got their wires crossed at Cheyenne’s East High – and uncovered a murder plot in the process.
Cool River owners sue family chiropractors over building access | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 16, 2018
CHEYENNE – Owners of a Cheyenne liquor store are suing a local chiropractor, asking for the removal of a temporary construction fence they say is limiting access to their business.
Woman arrested on suspicion of drug, other charges after chase | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 16, 2018
CHEYENNE – A woman was arrested early Saturday morning on suspicion of several charges after leading officers on a high-speed chase through Ames Avenue and then onto Dillon Avenue.
West Coast military installations eyed for U.S. fuel exports | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 16, 2018
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — The Trump administration is considering using West Coast military installations or other federal properties to open the way for more U.S. fossil fuel exports to Asia in the name of national security and despite opposition from…
Wyoming Woman Dies in Rollover Crash on Slushy I-25 | KGAB
KGAB | October 16, 2018
The pickup spun into the median, came back across the northbound lanes, slid off the roadway and rolled 3/4 times, coming to rest on the passenger side. Continue reading…
Cheyenne Police Seek Credit Card Fraud Suspect [VIDEO] | KGAB
KGAB | October 16, 2018
Police say the woman used a stolen credit card to buy over $3,000 worth of items from a Big D Exxon and the Albertsons at 5800 Yellowstone Road on Sept. 20. Continue reading…
Eight Percent Of Laramie County Voters Have Cast Ballots | KGAB
KGAB | October 16, 2018
Lee said 2,153 people had voted early in the Atrium of the Laramie County Governmental Complex, an average of 135 per day. Continue reading…
Helitack crew member says firefighting holds diverse challenges, fond memories | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 15, 2018
JACKSON — You’ve never seen a tree quite like the one inked onto Evan Guzik’s right forearm.
Wyoming News | October 15, 2018
RIVERTON – A new ordinance is under consideration in Riverton that would create a list of “habitually intoxicated persons” who are barred from purchasing alcohol in city limits.
Reintroduced ferrets succeeding near Meeteetse | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 15, 2018
POWELL — State and federal wildlife officials recently made what they hope is the last release of endangered black-footed ferrets in the Meeteetse area, introducing 13 captive-bred kits and one adult to the re-established population.
Federal Judge Sentences Defendants In Colorado-Wyoming Meth Conspiracy | KGAB
KGAB | October 15, 2018
The methamphetamine conspiracy spanned from Rock Springs, Cheyenne, Fort Collins, Loveland and Denver. Continue reading…
Pair Wanted for Stealing Over $250 in Items from Cheyenne Grocer | KGAB
KGAB | October 15, 2018
Anyone who recognizes the pair is asked to contact Officer Jim Eddy at (307) 633-6629 or jeddy@cheyennepd.org and reference case number 18-69781. Continue reading…
Two Facing Felony Drug Charges After Traffic Stop Near Cheyenne | KGAB
KGAB | October 15, 2018
Two Indiana men are facing felony drug charges after a Wyoming trooper found 21 pounds of suspected marijuana in their rental car. Continue reading…
Speed Limit On Part Of Interstate 80 Increased To 80 MPH | KGAB
KGAB | October 15, 2018
The speed limit on the rest of I-80 in Carbon County remains at 75 mph. Continue reading…
Casper Sears and K-Mart To Close | KGAB
KGAB | October 15, 2018
A big name business in Casper's Eastridge Mall, as well as 1 of 3 remaining K-Mart stores will soon go out of business. Continue reading…
Mary Schneider honored for JustCaring ministry work | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 14, 2018
CHEYENNE – People often talk about stopping to smell the roses. But sometimes the scenery is not the most important. Sometimes, we need to stop and see each other.
Stapleton, Polis meet in Colorado gubernatorial debate | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 14, 2018
DENVER (AP) — Republican Treasurer Walker Stapleton and Democratic U.S. Rep. Jared Polis clashed again Saturday over health care, guns and Colorado's energy future in the fifth one-on-one debate of their gubernatorial race.
Cancer survivor’s story shows how far treatments have come | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 14, 2018
CHEYENNE – Burva Caldwell has a long list of accomplishments in her life that anyone would be proud of.
Reminder: No Monday WTE starting tomorrow | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 14, 2018
CHEYENNE – As we first announced in mid-September, the Wyoming Tribune Eagle will no longer print a Monday edition starting tomorrow.
Dozens take buyouts at Wheatland power plant | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 14, 2018
CHEYENNE – About 50 employees at Wheatland’s Laramie River Station took buyouts from Basin Electric Power Cooperative following a company-wide downsizing effort in August, bringing the total number of employees currently working at the LRS to 300.
Laramie Co. officials encourage renewal of fifth-penny sales tax | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 14, 2018
CHEYENNE – There’s not much that scares local politicians and officials like the idea of losing fifth-penny sales tax money.
I-80 Closed Eastbound from Laramie to Cheyenne Due to Crash | KGAB
KGAB | October 14, 2018
The latest road conditions can be obtained by calling 511 or visiting wyoroad.info. Continue reading…
Parts Of Interstates 25 And 80 In Wyoming Closed Sunday Morning | KGAB
KGAB | October 14, 2018
Interstate 80 westbound was closed all the way from the Nebraska state line to Rawlins. Continue reading…
Cheyenne Marathon a modest first-year success | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 13, 2018
CHEYENNE – Organizers of Cheyenne’s inaugural Run the Legend marathon say the event was an economic and operational success, despite some hiccups.
Former Sutherlands building to be converted into Department of Workforce Services office | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 13, 2018
CHEYENNE – The state Department of Workforce Services is moving into the former Sutherlands home improvement store location on Yellowstone Road.
City hall cottonwood tree may get reprieve after Laybourn’s protest | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 13, 2018
CHEYENNE – Plans to cut down a large cottonwood tree that has stood watch outside city hall for decades were put off Friday following a city councilman’s protest and a second look at its health.
Judge won't stop release of autopsy files in family killings | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | October 13, 2018
DENVER (AP) — A judge has denied prosecutors' request to block release of the autopsy reports of a Colorado woman and her two young daughters who were found dead at an oil work site, temporarily siding with media organizations.
Cheyenne Weather Service: -15 Wind Chills Possible This Weekend | KGAB
KGAB | October 13, 2018
Subzero wind chills and 6 to 10 inches of snow are in the forecast. Continue reading…