Three Deaths in Missouri As Tornado Strikes State Capital
Storms and torrential rains have ravaged the Midwest, from Texas through Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri and Illinois.
US Officials: Plan May Send Up to 10,000 Troops to Mideast
Many in Congress are skeptical of the administration's approach to Iran, questioning whether it is responding to significant new Iranian threats or escalating a situation that could lead to war.
US Says Trump Coal Moves Hasten But Don’t Increase Emissions
That conclusion from the Bureau of Land Management comes after a judge ruled last month the administration had failed to consider the environmental effects of resuming coal sales from public lands.
Man Rescued While Skiing in Wyoming Pleads Guilty
Twenty-four-year-old Andrew Richards has agreed to pay $6,000 in fines, fees and restitution.
Friess Considering Run for Wyoming US Senate Seat
Friess is the first person to publicly express interest in running for the Senate seat.
Owners of Dogs That Attacked Boy to Pay Restitution, Fines
The dogs got out and attacked the 4-year-old while he played in a park last summer. Photos show he suffered gashes and wounds all over his body.
Two Arrested After Dump Truck Rolls Off Wyoming Highway
Wyoming Highway Trooper Damon Bowen says the men were not injured, and they got into a van and drove off.
Woman Accused in Death of Newborn Granted Pretrial Release
The child died of exposure.