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The Day Japan Bombed Wyoming: December 5, 1944
December 5, 1944, a Japanese balloon bomb landed just outside of Thermopolis, Wyoming. Around 6:15 p.m., four coal miners heard a whistling noise overhead, followed by an explosion that sent flames parachuting across the night sky.
How Wyoming Celebrated Christmas in the Late 1800s
Here in Wyoming, Christmas has been officially observed since the territory was first granted statehood in 1890. But a lot has changed since then.
WATCH: Vintage Wyoming TV News Bloopers
Many of the television news reporters here in Wyoming are just beginning their professional careers, which can make for some hilariously awkward "learning experiences". Today, we dug up an old YouTube clip featuring 12 glorious minutes of vintage bloopers from Casper's KGWC, circa the year 1999...
The Time the US Supreme Court Kept The University of Wyoming in Laramie
In 1907 a landmark ruling by the United States Supreme Court kept the University of Wyoming in Laramie.
Wyoming’s Cocaine Epidemic in the Early 1900s
We hear a lot about meth and prescription drug abuse here in Wyoming. 100 years ago, the Cowboy State had a different drug of choice, cocaine.
Study Says Walmart Is Wyoming’s Largest Private Employer
Nearly 4,500 Wyomingites work for Walmart according to a list ranking the largest private employers in each state.
Thirsty Thursday: Wyoming Brewery Introduces ‘Breakfast Beer’
Wyoming's largest brewery recently debuted their first "breakfast beer", made with coffee and pure maple syrup.
The Night Fleetwood Mac Played The Central Wyoming Fairgrounds
September 14, 1975, Fleetwood Mac came to Casper on their first tour with Stevie Nicks and Lindsay Buckingham, headlining a legendary concert at the Central Wyoming Fairgrounds.
LeBron James Challenges Taco John’s ‘Taco Tuesday’ Trademark
30 years after Taco John's officially trademarked the phrase "Taco Tuesday", the Cheyenne-based corporation may have a new legal challenge from basketball star LeBron James.
Kids Cannon Shoot Is The ‘Most Wyoming’ Event Ever
At the annual event, kids learn how to load and fire a real cannon, blasting pop bottles, lead balls, and bowling balls 500 yards into the air.
Wyoming Concert Inspires Funny New Foo Fighters Video
When the Foo Fighters rocked the Casper Events Center just over a year ago, Dave Grohl learned about jackalopes. Now, Wyoming's official mythical animal is part of a new football-themed video written and directed by Grohl.
PETA Wants ‘Cowboy Joe’ Ejected From Wyoming Football Games
Following an incident involving University of Texas Longhorns mascot "Bevo" at the Sugar Bowl this week, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals are calling for the removal of live mascots from collegiate sporting events.