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JACKSON — Hiding in the shadow of a landslide that severed part of Teton Pass on Saturday is a mudslide that will cost $880,600 to address. The Wyoming Transportation Commission approved a …

KEMMERER — Monday, June 10, may have started like a normal day for Kemmerer, but as black vans rolled in single file to pickup more than 200 people to shuttle them to the official TerraPower …

KEMMERER — A Kemmerer woman was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole Wednesday afternoon. Cheri Marler, 52, was convicted last month of killing 5-year-old Annabelle …

CHEYENNE (WNE) — Evaluating the latest workforce indicators data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the number of Wyoming workers ages 65 and older grew from 6,599 to 20,147, or 205.4% between 2002 …

GILLETTE — The Biden administration’s proposal to end federal coal leasing in the Powder River Basin will have “grave” and “drastic” consequences for Campbell …

A six-week bench trial over Wyoming’s school funding formula is underway in a Cheyenne courtroom. The heart of the case — whether the state is meeting its constitutional obligation …

JACKSON — There’s no timeline yet for how long Teton Pass will remain closed after a weekend landslide left a gaping hole in the highway linking the communities and economies of Idaho and …

GILLETTE (WNE) — A 27-year-old man who went to the police Thursday afternoon to report that he shot his girlfriend ended up being arrested for drug use. He showed up at the police …

CHEYENNE (WNE) — Gov. Mark Gordon announced Thursday that Wyoming has filed an additional lawsuit challenging a new rule from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) targeting the coal …

JACKSON (WNE) — Bipartisan celebrations are a rare find, but not come 6 p.m. Monday, June 10 at Snake River Brewing. Free beer, soft drinks and a band may help bring together political parties. …

GILLETTE (WNE) — A former Gillette police officer has been charged with three counts of first-degree murder stemming from allegations that he shot and killed three people in South Dakota on …

Josh Peavler doesn’t want to relitigate the past, but he feels vindicated by the outcome of the town of Afton’s fight to source its drinking water from the Periodic Spring. Peavler …

GILLETTE — Reid Rasner hopes to give Wyoming Republicans representation in the U.S. Senate that he said has been missing for years. Rasner is running against Sen. John Barrasso, who has been in …

JACKSON — Brent Bien has high hopes for his ballot initiative that could cut Wyoming property taxes in half for homeowners. And he’s one step closer to getting it in front of voters to …

JACKSON (WNE) — Grand Teton National Park will take no action against a grizzly bear that attacked a visitor, officials say. “We are not considering any management actions,” …

LYMAN (WNE) — U.S. Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) introduced legislation Tuesday, May 21, that would require unobligated COVID-19 funds be used to finish building the wall along the United …

JACKSON — Before early May, the last time Mike Cottingham had seen a grizzly bear in the Aspens was a decade ago. The bear had been making its way onto his deck. Surprised, and thinking …

Wyoming’s largest energy supplier sued state regulators Thursday claiming they wrongly reduced a rate hike by disregarding federal requirements. Filed in U.S. District Court by PacifiCorp, …

CHEYENNE — Casper resident Angie Dax sat on the edge of her bed with a bottle of pills in her hand. She resisted the urge to swallow the entire container. Her parents had just lost her …

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