Troops At Warren AFB In Cheyenne Used LSD
In prosecuting the cases at F.E. Warren, the Air Force asserted that LSD users can experience "profound effects" from even small amounts.
President Takes on Russia Probe
Robert Mueller's prosecutors asked a federal judge to start the process of sentencing former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos, who has been a key witness in the investigation since his plea last year to lying to the FBI.
Barrasso Carbon Capture Bill Advances
Wyoming is the nation's largest coal producing state.
EPA Bars CNN and AP from Public Hearing
When the reporter asked to speak to an EPA public-affairs person, the security guards grabbed the reporter by the shoulders and shoved her forcibly out of the EPA building.
AP Study: Most School Shootings in Small Towns
These are seemingly idyllic places to grow up: low crime rates, good schools and a sense of community where everyone seems to know your name.
As West Coast Shuns Coal, Wyoming Will Face Difficulties
With the other states dropping coal-fired power, they would no longer contribute toward running of the power plants.
Scientists Launch Study on Wind Farm’s Effects on Wildlife
The scientists plan to study the herd to see whether their seasonal movements and habitat use change because of the new wind turbines.
Invasive Species Are Focus of Yellowstone, Wyoming Officials
Starting this year, only rubber boots will be allowed in Yellowstone because felt sole boots are virtually impossible to cleanse of mussels.
Wyoming Cities Seek Ability to Impose New Taxes
Even if the Legislature allows municipalities to create their own revenue options, it may still need to maintain some level of direct distribution funding.
Trial Set for Wyoming Man Accused of Killing Pregnant Woman
He allegedly shot her multiple times with a .45-caliber handgun