Bill Cosby Gets 3 to 10 Years in Prison for Sex Assault
The punishment all but completed the dizzying, late-in-life fall from grace for the comedian, former TV star and breaker of racial barriers.
Judge Orders U.S. to Revive Public Role in Energy Lease Sales
The ruling covers sales beginning this December involving hundreds of thousands acres in Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, Nevada and Utah.
Fourth Moose This Summer Killed by Vehicle in Wyoming County
The intersection of highways 22 and 390 is a frequent site for wildlife-vehicle collisions.
Two Wind Energy Projects Proposed in Southern Wyoming
The projects were presented to the Carbon County Commission this week by a representative of Intermountain Wind LLC.
Montana Proposes Closing Area Outside Park to Bison Hunting
Hundreds of bison annually have been harvested there in recent years.
Wyoming Man Pleads Not Guilty in Wife’s Killing
Klingbeil's attorney Donna Domonkos argued that the shooting was an accident, not premeditated.
Univ. of Wyoming Housing Officials Recommend New Dorms
The initial draft proposes a variety of housing styles at different costs.
Wyoming Receives $881K in Conservation Project Funds
Congress is considering reauthorizing the fund, which Zinke says he supports.