Wyoming News

CHEYENNE (WNE) — When snow, high winds and other severe weather conditions require the Wyoming Department of Transportation to close Interstate 80 — one of the nation’s primary …

CODY (WNE) — SkyWest Airlines will return to Yellowstone Regional Airport under the name of United Express. “Commute Air has been unreliable, and we’re excited to have SkyWest …

GILLETTE (WNE) — The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office is now investigating two reports of stolen sheep, totaling about 115 sheep, from areas south of Gillette and located about 10 miles …

PINEDALE — Although the news of Cody Roberts capturing and torturing a live wolf by running it down on his snowmobile and binding its mouth shut before killing it in Daniel has captivated the …

CASPER — PacifiCorp, parent company to Wyoming’s largest utility, Rocky Mountain Power, has issued major updates to its Integrated Resource Plan, a blueprint that highlights key changes …

NEWCASTLE (WNE) — Despite a warning from City Attorney Dublin Hughes regarding the inclusion of the invocation in the municipal code book, the Newcastle City Council approved an updated agenda …

CHEYENNE — The process to repeal gun-free zones in the Capitol and other state-owned buildings through the executive branch has officially begun. During a State Building Commission meeting …

CASPER — Conservation groups on Monday, April 8, filed a suit to sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service over its failure to list western wolves under the Endangered Species Act. The …

POWELL (WNE) — Comedian, actor and former radio personality Larry the Cable Guy will be the star of the July 3-4 Cody Stampede Parades this year. Nebraska native Daniel Lawrence Whitney, …

CHEYENNE (WNE) — New data shows workers in Wyoming who have stayed in their job for at least 12 months saw their wages rise by 4.9% compared to the same time last year, with a median annual …

POWELL (WNE) — A Cody woman has been sentenced to prison for drunkenly crashing into a building last year and injuring a person inside. Heather L. Johnson recently received a four- to …

Few hunting experiences are as rugged, challenging and elusive as stalking a bighorn sheep. Interested Wyoming residents typically wait decades, if not even a lifetime, before drawing a ram …

CHEYENNE — As election season approaches, Wyoming voters need to be aware of statewide changes to the electoral process that will be implemented this year. Historically, Wyomingites have …

RIVERTON (WNE) — Wyoming Game and Fish Department Director Brian Nesvik will retire in September after 29 years of dedicated service to conserving Wyoming’s wildlife. Nesvik’s …

JACKSON (WNE) — The Wyoming Council for Women is seeking nominations for outstanding female entrepreneurs across the state for recognition with the annual Jan Torres Woman Entrepreneur Award. …

CHEYENNE (WNE) — All of Cheyenne’s outgoing mail will be sorted in Denver in the future amid sweeping, nationwide changes in the United States Postal Service. While USPS says this …

CASPER (WNE) — Wyoming continues to have one of the lowest unemployment rates in the nation according to new numbers from the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services and federal Bureau of …

CHEYENNE — Spring and summer might feel far away for most of us, but boating season is right around the corner. Any watercraft transported into Wyoming must undergo a mandatory inspection to …

CASPER — Wyoming is home to a whopping 50% of the world’s pronghorn, the iconic ungulate so named for its laterally flattened, blade-like horns. But that may not be the case forever, as a …

CHEYENNE (WNE) — The Bureau of Land Management will hold two separate wild horse and burro adoption events in April. The first event will have approximately 30 untrained horses up for …

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