Official Raises Ethics Concerns After Truck Loaned to Mayor
Orr says the truck is not a gift so the matter is a nonissue.
House Approves $15 Minimum Wage, Senate Prospects Are Dim
States are already able to raise the wage beyond the federal minimum, and many have done so.
Priest Donates to Miners Affected by Blackjewel Bankruptcy
Sichko says he felt compelled to help the miners because he's the grandson of a Pennsylvania coal miner.
Man Who Died in Western Wyoming House Fire Identified
Investigators have not released a cause of death and have not said what caused the fire.
University of Wyoming says Nichols Job Documents Not Public
The filing in Albany County District Court says the school is under no obligation to release documents because Nichols was not fired.
Young Wyoming Man Dies After Motorcycle Accident
Dulany's cousin Cori McCue says she was proud of his fight after breaking nearly every bone.
Wyoming Cities, Counties Divided on Changes to Tax Law
Under current law, cities can ask voters to approve sales tax increases, but these taxes must be approved across entire counties.
Cloud Peak Energy Hires Laid off Miners From Blackjewel
Cloud Peak filed for bankruptcy itself in May but its Wyoming mines and its Spring Creek mine in Montana have remained open.