11/25/14 08:38 AM
(AP) Thanks to a tip from a citizen, the Wyoming wildlife authorities have cited four Wisconsin residents for poaching an antlered mule deer.
11/25/14 06:36 AM
(AP) A legislative committee has endorsed the idea of Wyoming taking over sole regulation of uranium mining in the state. Currently, the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the state both oversee the industry.
11/21/14 10:14 AM
(AP) Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. is buying a 43-turbine wind farm in southwestern North Dakota. Allete Clean Energy will develop the project near Hettinger.
11/21/14 06:27 AM
(AP) The annual tree-lighting ceremony at the South Dakota Capitol has been scheduled for Tuesday.
11/20/14 09:39 AM
(AP) — Campbell County Sheriff Bill Pownall is resigning from office in the midst of a state investigation into an allegation that he tried to suppress his son's arrest on a drunken driving charge.
11/19/14 06:48 AM
(AP) The Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission recommends an increase to the minimum allowable distance between oil and gas drilling rigs and dwellings.
11/12/14 07:23 AM
(AP) A Gillette man has been charged with assault and battery after his wife had a miscarriage. She was three months pregnant. Authorities say James Gray got into an argument with his wife Sept. 2 and hit her.
11/12/14 07:22 AM
(AP) A company has agreed to pay a $5,000 state penalty for spilling uranium solution at a newly opened uranium mine in Wyoming. Two spills occurred at the Nichols Ranch in-situ mine between Casper and Gillette last summer.
11/07/14 07:47 AM
(AP) Federal regulators have granted a 10-year license extension for a uranium mine in the northern Panhandle of Nebraska.
11/07/14 07:42 AM
(AP) Company and state health officials say the public has nothing to fear from the possibility that a medical waste incinerator in Fargo could accept Ebola hospital waste from other parts of the country.
11/06/14 06:07 PM
The area known as Falling Rock has claimed another hiker's life.
11/04/14 12:42 PM
(AP) There are more signs of distress in the nation's nuclear force. The Air Force has fired two commanders and disciplined a third in response to internal investigations of leadership lapses and misbehavior at two of its three ICBM bases.
10/31/14 09:58 AM
(AP) A 53-year-old Minnesota man was arrested after Wyoming Highway Patrol troopers found 3.6 pounds of marijuana in his rental car during a traffic stop.
10/29/14 09:41 AM
(AP) The director of North Dakota's sole abortion provider says medication abortions have ceased at the Fargo clinic following a North Dakota Supreme Court ruling.
10/29/14 09:40 AM
(AP) The Gillette Police Department is training three new police dogs to replace two dogs that retired and another that died. The new dogs are 2-year-old Dutch shepherds Camo and Chase along with Klause, a Belgian Malinois.
10/29/14 07:02 AM
(AP) The North Dakota Supreme Court has upheld a state law that bans the use of one of two drugs used to perform abortions, effectively making the procedure illegal.
10/29/14 06:36 AM
(AP) — The Wyoming Highway Patrol is increasing its presence on Highway 59, between Douglas and Gillette.
10/27/14 11:15 AM
(AP) The Campbell County undersheriff, who is running unopposed for sheriff, has retired so he can collect his retirement pay as well as his sheriff's salary.
10/22/14 11:05 AM
(AP) A federal appeals court has rejected a challenge by environmentalists who sought a review of plans in New Mexico and other Western states that aim to reduce haze-causing pollution.
10/15/14 09:32 AM
(AP) Authorities are investigating after a 22-year-old man was apparently hit and killed by a train in Gillette.
10/14/14 06:42 AM
(AP) Heroin use is spreading in Wyoming. The state is following the national trend in which people addicted to prescription painkillers increasingly are turning to the street drug, often with deadly results. Kebin Haller is
10/13/14 08:28 AM
The final dance and singing competitions got underway Sunday as the annual Black Hills Pow Wow wrapped up its 28th year at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center Arena.
10/08/14 09:21 AM
On business days for the month of October, Rapid City Firefighters will wear pink shirts while on-duty to promote breast cancer awareness within Rapid City. Working with IAFF Local 1040, the Rapid City Fire Department has provided firefighters with pink s
10/08/14 07:19 AM
(AP) A 36-year-old Gillette man convicted of sexually assaulting a teenage girl has been sentenced to seven to 15 years in prison. John Wayne Butler was sentenced Monday.
10/06/14 09:10 AM
(AP) Coal production in Wyoming increased in the first half of 2014 compared with last year, but coal exports continued a decline that started in 2012.
10/06/14 08:48 AM
(AP) Wyoming is one of several states where same-sex marriage is expected to begin now that the Supreme Court has turned away appeals from five states seeking to prohibit same-sex marriages.
10/02/14 03:36 PM
Craig Baltzer has been named as the new Executive Director of the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center. He replaces former General Manager Brian Maliske. Baltzer has more than 25 years of experience in the entertainment management business. The
10/02/14 07:15 AM
(AP) An organization based in Sturgis that helps education groups around the state is one of 12 nationally that are the first recipients of the Bush Foundation's Education Ecosystem Grants.
10/01/14 08:39 AM
(AP) The Wyoming State Trails Program is reminding snowmobilers that registration fees have increased to help pay for the increased costs to groom and develop snowmobile trails.
10/01/14 07:39 AM
(AP) A Georgia company is opening an oilfield waste facility in east-central Wyoming.
10/01/14 06:26 AM
(AP) Trial is scheduled to start in March for a 22-year-old Gillette man charged in the Thanksgiving 2013 shooting death of another man, apparently during a dispute about rent.
09/24/14 06:52 AM
(AP) A 26-year-old Colorado man accused of causing a fatal crash near Gillette has been charged with aggravated vehicular homicide.
09/24/14 06:51 AM
(AP) A woman accused of driving a bus full of coal miners through a construction zone and into a line of stopped cars — killing three Gillette men — has made her initial court appearance.
09/23/14 07:19 AM
(AP) State geologists say more study is needed to determine if oil development could be causing small earthquakes outside a tiny town in south-central Wyoming.
09/22/14 10:08 AM
An organization of civil engineers is calling for a national strategy for dealing with rising flood risks. In a report being released Monday in Philadelphia, the American Society of Civil Engineers says that politicians have not fully h
09/16/14 09:42 AM
(AP) The U.S. Energy Information Agency reports that oil production in the Powder River Basin has more than doubled over the past five years.
09/12/14 07:38 AM
Professor says nothing is radically wrong but certain assumptions are not "appropriate".
09/12/14 06:44 AM
(AP) Investigators say last weekend's fire at a Gillette motel was started by a Casper man angry with a woman with whom he had smoked methamphetamine.
09/11/14 11:30 AM
(AP) The Canada-based developer of the Keystone XL pipeline has paid $474,000 to secure easements for the pipeline through state-owned school land.
09/09/14 07:54 AM
(AP) Officials say an Iowa man faces fines for shooting a mountain lion out of season in Nebraska.
09/09/14 07:09 AM
(AP) Investigators say a fire that broke out in a Gillette motel, displacing about 50 people, started under suspicious circumstances.
09/08/14 08:10 AM
(AP) The chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation says that the tribe is going to have to make some significant budget cuts this year if it wants to reduce a $6 million budget deficit.
09/04/14 09:39 AM
(AP) Coal companies say they've reached an agreement to consolidate ownership of a Montana mine in a deal aimed at boosting coal exports to Asia through ports on the U.S. West Coast.
Under Thursday's announcement, Wyoming-based Cloud Peak Energy would sell its 50-percent stake in the 120-worker Decker Mine to co-owner Ambre Energy of Australia.
09/04/14 09:39 AM
(AP) Recent heavy rain and congested rail lines have caused a Powder River Basin coal company to lower its production estimates for this year.
Cloud Peak Energy estimated Tuesday its 2014 production will be between 83 and 86 million tons. Its previous estimate was between 85 and 89 million tons.
Gillette-based Cloud Peak operates the Cordero Rojo and Antelope
09/02/14 06:25 AM
(AP) Tribal leaders in the Dakotas will discuss topics ranging from health care to economic development during an annual gathering in Bismarck this week. The 18th annual Tribal Leaders Summit is Wednesday through Friday at the Bismarck Civic Center.
09/01/14 07:43 AM
(AP) The U.S. Department of the Interior says it made a mistake giving railroads too much discretion on what can be built on 200-foot-wide rights of way across thousands of miles of public land in 11 Western states.
08/25/14 06:06 AM
(AP) Health officials say an older woman from Platte County has tested positive for West Nile virus — the first confirmed human case in Wyoming this year.
08/22/14 10:31 AM
(AP) A Wyoming infrastructure development official told Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz the federal government is taking far too long to approve major power line projects.
08/20/14 07:39 AM
(AP) Wyoming's Mike Enzi has won the Republican primary election for U.S. Senate, beating four challengers as he seeks a fourth term.
08/20/14 07:38 AM
(AP) Cheyenne businessman Ed Murray has narrowly won the Republican primary for secretary of state. Murray edged former House Speaker Ed Buchanan of Torrington by about 1,600 votes out of 89,000 cast. No one ran in T