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Wildlife officials are reminding Wyomingites that gathering shed horns and antlers is prohibited on most public lands, including state lands west of the Continental Divide until April 30. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says the regulation is intended to minimize disturbance of big game animals on their winter and spring ranges when they are ... (more)
Since early February, the indefatigable Ann Corcoran of Refugee Resettlement Watch has been sounding the alarm that Wyoming, the only state without a refugee program, is setting itself up for all the woe that having such a program brings.
The Larimer County Sheriff's Office SWAT team arrested Wyoming fugitive wanted on suspicion of attempted manslaughter.
The worst flooding is around Worland, where officials say about 80 people have been evacuated after an ice jam backed up the Big Horn River.
Governor Matt Mead yesterday signed a joint resolution that recognizes the importance of the relationship between Taiwan and the State of Wyoming in economic ventures through the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
The fissure meanders for a few inches then rips through the painted motif of a Roman fasces, a wooden bundle tied around an axe that symbolizes magisterial power.
The Wyoming State Legislature has passed the bill raising the speed limit on some sections of interstate in the state to 80 miles an hour.
Gov. Matt Mead has signed the $3.3-billion budget bill that will cover state funding for the coming two years.
Four gay couples and Wyoming Equality filed suit today challenging the state's ban on same-sex marriage, NCLR reports : The couples include a university professor, a Major in the Army Reserve, a sheepherder, and an attorney.
Wyoming Attorney General Peter K. Michael announced today that a federal grand jury has returned an indictment charging a Wyoming Medicaid provider with alleged health care fraud for billing Wyoming Medicaid for services the provider did not perform.
Yesterday the state Senate gave final approval to a bill that would require Wyoming school districts to equip new school buses with cameras by the 2015-16 school year to target motorists who illegally pass stopped buses.
The Grand Rapids Press reports that the City Commission is nixing a 38-year-old section of city code that states "no person shall willfully annoy another person."
Weekend snows in Northwest Wyoming have pushed the snow storage and its water content significantly over the 30 year average now, according to the Natural Resource Conservation Service.