Clouds Part for Commercial Solar in Wyoming, Top Coal State
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Planning has begun for Wyoming's first major commercial solar energy project.
Cheyenne Frontier Days Elects First Board Chairwoman
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — For the first time in its 121-year-old history, a woman will be leading the Cheyenne Frontier Days board of directors.
Laramie County Jury Acquits Man Accused of Cockfighting
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Jurors have acquitted a man in a cockfighting case that put his then-girlfriend on probation.
Wyoming Students Are Using Safe2Tell
Earlier this year, the Legislature passed, and Gov. Matt Mead signed, the bill authorizing Safe2Tell Wyoming.
Forest Service Decides Against Drilling in Wyoming Range
Oil and gas leases in the forest were first offered for sale in 2005.
U.S. Rig Count Up; Wyoming Loses Two
The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. increased by 13 this week to 637.
Avalanche On Teton Pass Nearly Causes Vehicle To Be Pushed Off A Slope
An avalanche suspected of being caused by a skier swept across a mountain pass in northwest Wyoming and came close to pushing one vehicle over a steep slope.
Wyoming Man to Stand Trial in Double Murder
Authorities say the couple stopped to help Mendoza when he shot them, killing both and wounding their daughter.
Outdoor Enthusiasts Trigger 10 Avalanches in Wyoming in a Single Weekend
Up to 30 inches of snow fell in some places on Saturday and accompanying winds created dangerous conditions.
Wyoming Moves to Create Yellowstone License Plate
A legislative committee voted Monday to sponsor a bill creating the plate, sending it to the full Legislature for discussion in January.
No One Hurt in Wyoming Refinery Fire
An internal investigation into the cause of the fire has been started, and an outside agency also will look into the fire.
New Power Lines Will Carry Wyoming Wind Energy to California
The TransWest Express project will help California meet its renewable energy goals with wind power from Wyoming.