Kemmerer Woman Charged with First Degree Murder and Aggravated Child Abuse
A five year old girl died while in the care of her babysitter.
Cold Night, Warm Hearts. Casper Christmas Parade PHOTOS
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas.
Kick off the Holiday Season in Downtown Casper at the Christmas Parade
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Do you know the parade route for this year's Casper Christmas Parade?
Wyoming Students Design Ornaments to Surround National Christmas Tree in Washington D.C.
From state flowers to notable landmarks, one school from each state designed unique ornaments to celebrate the places they call home.
Ranching: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
K2Radio News sat down with a fourth generation rancher to discuss the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.
Thirteen Year Old Delivered Breech Baby Sister in Natrona County
"We'd like to share a heartwarming story with our community ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday" read a Natrona County Sheriff's Office Facebook post.
Gobble Gobble: Wyoming Rescue Mission Gets Closer to Reaching Their Goal
Will today be the day they reach 300?
PHOTOS: Salvation Army & Joshua’s Storehouse Give Out Hundreds of Thanksgiving Meals
Cars lined Collins and Center street as the Salvation Army and Joshua's Storehouse handed out boxes of Thanksgiving meals this morning.
Buy a Super Tag THIS MONTH for a Chance to Win a New Rifle
Since 2014 the Super Tag raffle has raised more than $9.2 million for big game management and wildlife conservation in Wyoming.
Casper Economic Health Makes Gains from Last Year
By September, Natrona County recovered about 62% of the 3,900 jobs lost during the worst parts of the pandemic.
Game and Fish launches 5-year mule deer monitoring project
Mule deer populations have declined so much, according to G & F, that it is now "worrisome to wildlife managers and the public."
Bawk bawk bawk: FDA Approves Safety of Lab-Grown Chicken
Other names include: slaughter-free meat, in vitro meat, vat-grown meat, cell-based meat, cultivated meat and synthetic meat.