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Candidate Friess' advertisement criticized as “tone deaf” | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 15, 2018
CHEYENNE – Some residents and public officials were taken aback by a large banner advertisement extending the width of the Casper Star-Tribune newspaper’s website this weekend.
F.E. Warren’s Balangiga bells may go back to Philippines | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 15, 2018
CHEYENNE – Historic church bells seized in the Philippine-American War and brought to Cheyenne more than a century ago may soon head back across the ocean.
Glacier latest U.S. park to be scorched by Western wildfires | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 15, 2018
A wildfire destroyed structures and forced evacuations Monday from the busiest area of Montana's Glacier National Park, as officials in California prepared to reopen Yosemite National Park following a two-week closure at the height of the summer season.
Tuition stays flat at community colleges, increases at UW | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 15, 2018
CHEYENNE – Tuition generally is the primary concern for students considering taking college courses. And students in Laramie County have access to colleges with comparatively low tuition.
Cheyenne City Council moves forward on Carey court | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 15, 2018
CHEYENNE – The plan to replace the Carey Building with a modern Municipal Court is finally a go.
Wyoming Troopers Find Dead Woman During Welfare Check | KGAB
KGAB | August 15, 2018
Authorities are investigating after a 49-year-old woman was found dead in a vehicle at an Interstate 80 truck parking area west of Cheyenne. Continue reading…
Wyoming News | August 15, 2018
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Wyoming News | August 14, 2018
GREELEY, Colo. (AP) — One of my pet peeves is how we so casually use the term "unbelievable!" as the catch-all for such amazing accomplishments as an NBA shooting guard draining an 18-foot fall-away jumper with a hand in the…
Mayor, a former lobbyist, questions worth of city’s advocates | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 14, 2018
CHEYENNE – Cheyenne Mayor Marian Orr wants to fire the city’s lobbying group tonight for falling short of her expectations last legislative session.
LCCC’s Crossroads Building renovation nearing completion | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 14, 2018
CHEYENNE – College students sometimes have to do group projects, and the work is not quiet.
The court and the Carey Building, explained | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 14, 2018
CHEYENNE – Tonight, the Cheyenne City Council will take a vote on whether to finally buy the Carey Building.
Hail, Strong Winds, Flooding Possible In SE Wyoming Tuesday | KGAB
KGAB | August 14, 2018
The National Weather Service is urging people to pay close attention to the weather Tuesday afternoon and evening. Continue reading…
Wanted Cheyenne Man Captured in Colorado | KGAB
KGAB | August 14, 2018
The Laramie County Sheriff's Office says Zadrian Gonzales was picked up in Larimer County, Colorado yesterday (Monday). Continue reading…
Severe Thunderstorm Warning Issued for Albany, Laramie Counties | KGAB
KGAB | August 14, 2018
At 2:12 p.m., a severe thunderstorm was located near North Crow Campground, or 15 miles east of Laramie, moving southeast at 15 mph. Continue reading…
Target's 'School List Assist' Makes Cheyenne Shopping Easy | KGAB
KGAB | August 14, 2018
Target has your school's list online so forget about walking up and down the aisles, only to turn around again because you forgot something. Continue reading…
Cheyenne Council OKs Purchase of Carey Building for New Court | KGAB
KGAB | August 14, 2018
After months of discussion, the Cheyenne City Council has decided to move forward with buying the Carey Building site to make way for the new municipal court. Continue reading…
Wyoming Delegation Speaks Out Against Plan To Remove Bells | KGAB
KGAB | August 14, 2018
The congressional delegation, which includes congresswoman Liz Cheney and Senators Mike Enzi and John Barrasso, issued a joint statement on Monday Continue reading…
Wyoming Motorcyclist Killed in Collision with SUV | KGAB
KGAB | August 14, 2018
A 67-year-old Wyoming motorcyclist is dead after colliding with a full-size SUV in Rawlins. Continue reading…
Flood Advisory in Effect for Cheyenne Area | KGAB
KGAB | August 14, 2018
Residual flooding impacts could remain over the next several hours. Continue reading…
It's Been 99 Years Since Wyoming Elected A Governor From Cheyenne | KGAB
KGAB | August 14, 2018
If Sam Galeotos wins the Republican Primary next week, he could become the first Cheyenne native elected as Wyoming's Governor in nearly a century. Continue reading…
Teenage girls learning science in Colorado's backcountry | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 13, 2018
DENVER (AP) — The leg-busting path shot straight up, encountering small aspens before veering hard right at the base of a sheer rock. The conversations of teenage girls broke through the foliage, covering the soft rumble of cars passing below…
County jail expansion, renovation gets underway | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 13, 2018
CHEYENNE – A $16.2 million expansion and renovation project at the Laramie County jail has been underway for about two weeks now.
UW: State’s gun law doesn’t apply to campus | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 13, 2018
LARAMIE – As a state agency, the University of Wyoming is entitled to regulate the possession of guns on campus, attorneys for the university have argued in a civil lawsuit.
Ask the WTE: Why didn’t the city finish the South High roundabout sculpture? | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 13, 2018
CHEYENNE – In October 2016, the city dedicated a symbol of hope disguised as an oversized dandelion on the roundabout outside Cheyenne’s South High.
Wyoming sees increase in severe weather warnings | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 13, 2018
CHEYENNE – Wyoming’s severe thunderstorm warnings have doubled this year, while regions of the country usually more susceptible to these weather patterns have seen a decline in activity.
Washington Child Sex Trafficker Pleads Guilty In Federal Court | KGAB
KGAB | August 13, 2018
According to an FBI affidavit, an unidentified person from Kansas reported the girls were being taken from Washington to Kansas. Continue reading…
Bacon Rind Fire Forces Closures Of Some Yellowstone Park Trails | KGAB
KGAB | August 13, 2018
All roads and visitor facilities in Yellowstone National Park and surrounding communities remain open. Continue reading…
Woman Claims She Has Bomb While Trying to Rob Cheyenne C-Store | KGAB
KGAB | August 13, 2018
Clerks told responding deputies that Poafpybitty said she would blow the store up if they didn't give her the money. Continue reading…
Laramie County Clerk: Absentee Ballots Should Be Mailed By Aug.13 | KGAB
KGAB | August 13, 2018
Ballots that are not received by 7 p.m. on August 21 (primary election day) will not be counted. Continue reading…
Yellowstone National Park Logs Second Busiest July | KGAB
KGAB | August 13, 2018
Visitors should anticipate delays or limited parking at popular destinations, and check road conditions on the park’s website before they arrive. Continue reading…
Cheyenne Weather Service: Monday Lightning Poses Fire Danger | KGAB
KGAB | August 13, 2018
The weather service is asking people to keep an eye out for lightning-caused fires and to report them as soon as possible. Continue reading…
Cheyenne BOPU Battling Roots In Sewer Lines | KGAB
KGAB | August 13, 2018
Dena Egenhoff said property owners are responsible for taking care of sewer laterals that run from buildings to sewer mains. Continue reading…
Laramie County officers won’t be charged in man’s death | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 11, 2018
CHEYENNE – The four local law enforcement officers involved in the death of a Laramie man here last year won’t face any criminal charges.
Cheyenne Regional Medical Center targets human trafficking | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 11, 2018
CHEYENNE – Staff members at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center believe human trafficking is as much a health-care issue as it is a criminal one.
Sen. Barrasso widens money lead with out-of-state donors | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 11, 2018
U.S. Sen. John Barrasso raised $2.7 million for his re-election campaign in the last three quarters, only 5.5 percent of which appears to have come from Wyoming-based donors.
New Head Start building opening in Laramie County | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 11, 2018
CHEYENNE – For possibly the first time in nearly 53 years, classes at Head Start of Laramie County will be located in one building.
New Mexico compound littered with ammunition, dirty diapers | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 11, 2018
AMALIA, N.M. (AP) — Dirty diapers, shotgun shells, small broken bicycles, the white sandal of a baby, anguished journals about faith and a DVD about killing techniques in close combat.
Online Poll: What Is The Biggest Problem Faced by Wyoming? | KGAB
KGAB | August 11, 2018
We'll publish the results of our survey next week. Continue reading…
Wyoming News | August 11, 2018
CHEYENNE – The Cheyenne Police Department is asking for help with investigating a burglary that took place around 2 a.m. Aug. 4.
Federal judge overturns Wyoming’s robocall ban | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 10, 2018
CASPER – A federal judge in Wyoming has struck down a state law that bans the use of automated phone calls – commonly known as “robocalls”– by political operatives, capping off more than a year of litigation in federal court.
Wyoming treasurer, auditor candidates participate in public forum | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 10, 2018
CHEYENNE – Candidates for Wyoming’s top financial offices gathered Thursday to talk about their candidacy.
Woman facing arson charge in connection with April fire | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 10, 2018
CHEYENNE – A local woman is facing a single charge of third-degree arson in Laramie County District Court after being accused of lighting the back porch of a home on fire in April.
Wyoming Treasurer announces payback for Bank of the West | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 10, 2018
CHEYENNE – The reaction to Bank of the West cutting ties with many fossil fuel companies reached the Capital City on Thursday as State Treasurer Mark Gordon announced his office would take its business elsewhere.
Cheyenne Woman Charged with Stabbing Roommate | KGAB
KGAB | August 10, 2018
Court records allege Amanda Steele stabbed her roommate after getting into an argument with him on Aug. 3. Continue reading…
Man Tries to Steal Cheyenne ATM Using Stolen Excavator [VIDEO] | KGAB
KGAB | August 10, 2018
Cheyenne police are asking for the public's help in tracking down a man who tried to break into a gas station ATM using a stolen excavator. Continue reading…
Wyoming News | August 10, 2018
CHEYENNE – The candidate filing period for open seats on the board of trustees in Laramie County School District 1 and Laramie County School District 2, as well as Laramie County Community College, began Wednesday.
Oil and gas growth buoys county tax base | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 09, 2018
CHEYENNE – A booming oil and gas sector fueled the decade’s second-biggest jump in the Laramie County property tax base this year, providing officials with a much-needed boost and taxpayers with a little reprieve.
Secretary of the Air Force visits F.E. Warren Air Force Base | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 09, 2018
CHEYENNE – Nuclear deterrence will continue to be a large part of the United States’ military defense.
Gubernatorial candidates talk health care, campaign finance reform | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 09, 2018
CHEYENNE – Health care and campaign finance reform were two of many issues Wyoming gubernatorial candidates discussed Wednesday at the Wyoming Epilepsy Association and Wyoming Alliance’s Symposium of Voter Education.
Advocates, officials talk about voting rights at forum | Wyoming News
Wyoming News | August 09, 2018
CHEYENNE – A panel of advocates for the disabled, homeless and those who have committed crimes participated in a forum Wednesday at the Laramie County Library to discuss voting rights.