WyoLotto Pays Out $1.4 Million to Cities, Towns, Counties
WyoLotto provides the draw games of Cowboy Draw, Powerball, Mega Millions and Lucky for Life.
One of Oldest U.S. Coal Companies Files for Bankruptcy
One of its creditors is the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, which Westmoreland owes $1.8 million in royalties, according to the bankruptcy filing.
Nikki Haley Resigns UN Post
She gave no reason for her departure after two years.
Crashed Limo Shouldn’t Have Been On Road
Regulations often vary by state and even local governments.
President Says He Won’t Fire Rosenstein
Rosenstein, who oversees special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe, denied the reports.
UN Climate Report is Dire
Limiting warming to 0.9 degrees from now means the world can keep "a semblance" of the ecosystems we have.
Forest Service Advances Changes to Sage Grouse Protections
The Forest Service is taking public comments on the new plan for 90 days.
Wyoming Man’s Nebraska Conviction, Sentences in Crash Upheld
Investigators say Hood smelled strongly of alcohol, and that a bottle of brandy was found in his vehicle after the crash.
Three Hurt in Explosion at Well Site South of Gillette
Campbell County Health spokeswoman Karen Clarke says the injured workers were contractors for Devon Energy.
Albany County GOP Headquarters in Laramie Back in Business
Lt. Gwen Smith of the Laramie Police Department said Friday that local law enforcement had no new information to release.