I grew up in Casper and have spent the last several years as a nomad. Living in places as nearby as Cheyenne and Laramie, and as far as Los Angeles, CA. I've worked in broadcast media since 2002 and worked as a journalist since 2007. When away from work I'm a fan of film and attend film festivals as often as I can. That being said, my favorite movies are Casablanca, The Third Man, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, The Goonies, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, and the original Nightmare on Elm Street. For television I'm a big fan of The Twilight Zone, Dragnet, Breaking Bad, Deadwood and The Newsroom. I also like to read and really enjoy authors like Neil Gaiman, Max Barry, Christopher Moore, Hunter S. Thompson and Michael Ende.
Trevor T. Trujillo
UW Fashion Show Showcases Eco-Conscious Wear
High Fashion from recycled clothing and materials will be taking the Laramie runway at the UW Eco-Chic fashion show later this month.
Interview With Cindy Hill About Problems Facing Education [AUDIO]
Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction, Cindy Hill, speaks about problems facing Wyoming Education.,
UW Director Co-Authors Article Making the Case Natural History
A UW director is one of the co-authors of an article in a prestigious scholarly journal making the case for the study of natural history.
UW: Associate Vice President and Dean of Students Candidates Will Interview on Campus
Four candidates for the position of Associate Vice President and Dean of Students will interview for the job on the UW campus over the course of April.
Arson Possible Cause of Small Fire in Casper Apartment
Arson is being looked into as the possible cause of a small fire at a Casper apartment complex around midnight Saturday night/Sunday morning.
Earthquake in Yellowstone
A 4.8 earthquake shook the northern part of Yellowstone National Park early Sunday.
Fire At Casper Restaurant
A small fire this morning has led a Casper restaurant to close for the day.
Details Released on Natrona County School Lockdown.
Police are releasing details of a police situation that caused two Natrona County Schools to be briefly locked down.