Former University of Wyoming President Asks to See Records
Former University of Wyoming President Laurie Nichols has asked a judge to let her see records related to her removal that could be made public.
UW May Lose Superman Papers Over Liz Cheney Comments
The University of Wyoming could lose the papers of a longtime "Superman" comic book editor after his son took offense to comments by Congresswoman Liz Cheney.
Explosive Device Blows up at Montana School, No Injuries
Officials planned a news conference Tuesday morning.
Sheriff: Still Unclear on How Wyoming Teen Knew Her Killer
He says among other things, the victim's and defendant's cellphones are being examined for possible clues.
Women Make up Only 16% of Wyoming Legislature
The state has made additional strides in recent years, including the election of the first female mayors in the history of two of its largest cities.
Hunter Biden Denies Doing Anything Wrong in Ukraine, China
Hunter Biden said he did not discuss his foreign business dealings with his father.
Former WH Aide: John Bolton Called Giuliani a ‘Hand Grenade’
Republicans complained Tuesday that the whistleblower's identity should be made available.
Regulators Ask for Expedited Power Grid Reliability Study
The Billings Gazette reports the language appeared to originate from the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity, a coal lobbying group.
Soldier Wounded in 2009 Search for Bergdahl has Died
Allen was shot during an insurgent ambush in 2009.
Wyoming Lawmakers Reject Highway Funding Plan
A state legislative panel has rejected the idea of creating a task force to look into potential, long-term funding solutions for Wyoming's highway system.