Wyoming Psychologist Sent to Prison for Health Care Fraud
The prison sentence and restitution adhere to a plea agreement reached earlier despite more than 30 letters of support.
U.S. Rig Count Down By 5 To 924
Wyoming gained two rigs and New Mexico and Texas each gained one.
Prison Company Pursuing Wyoming Immigration Detention Center
The company is fighting a federal lawsuit alleging the company discriminated against Northern Arapaho and Eastern Shoshone tribal members.
Northwest Wyoming Deer, Elk Hunting Challenges Fall Hunters
Wildlife managers point to the severe winter of 2016-17, which killed many fawns, for the dearth of hunter-killed mule deer.
Upgraded ‘Legacy’ Aircraft Stops in Cheyenne
The modified aircraft flew into Cheyenne from Kiln, Mississippi, for minor maintenance and a wash before heading south to Florida for two years of testing.
Wyoming 2017 Wildfire Season Saw Many Relatively Small Fires
Yellowstone National Park recorded only eight fires that burned less than one acre in 2017.
Wyoming Supreme Court Weighs Competing Mineral Rights
The Supreme court has remanded the case back to the lower court to figure out if the federal government can become involved in the state suit.
German Shepherd Wakes Wyoming Man in Mobile Home Fire
He reopened the door but couldn't see his dog, so he ran to the rear of the home and forced that door open.
Coal Mining Saw 2017 Boost But Long-Term Outlook Still Shaky
In the last week of 2017, the government says coal production fell 32 percent versus the previous week.
$20,000 Reward Offered in Wyoming for Missing Dog
Patrick Delaney, who is the property manager or the dog's owner in Jackson Hole, says the offer is real.