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3 more murders confirmed in Fremont County; Lander man arrested

RIVERTON — A homicide was reported on the Wind River Reservation over the weekend, an arrest was made in a second hom

Gillette should take fiscally responsible approach to growth, consultants say

GILLETTE — As Gillette grows, elected officials need to be careful that they’re not setting up future generations for

Lawmakers look to boost Wyoming housing supply with carrot, not stick

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Recent report shows increased spending for statewide offices

CHEYENNE — A report by the Equality State Policy Center shows that statewide office campaigns are getting more expens

State Park’s herd bull bison dies at 12

EVANSTON (WNE) — Titan, the elder bull in the bison herd at Bear River State Park in Evanston, died on Friday, April

Fake car dealership site costs Iowa man $25K

GILLETTE (WNE) — Another victim is out thousands of dollars, after falling for a duplicated website that’s posing as

Average gas prices nudge up slightly in Wyoming in past week

CHEYENNE (WNE) — Average gasoline prices in Wyoming have risen 1.1 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging $3.30

Wyoming’s elections will look different this year. Here’s what voters need to know.

A new deadline is fast approaching after laws around political party affiliation and absentee voting changed la

Federal outdoor rec bill that protects wilderness climbing advances

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State property tax refund program applications open

JACKSON — Gov.

Grizzly found, killed in the Bighorns

JACKSON — Wyoming officials on Sunday detected a grizzly bear living in the Bighorn Mountains, a range 100 miles east

BLM sets sweeping overhaul of oil and gas rules

CASPER — After years of analysis, political wrangling and a contentious public comment period, the federal Bureau of

'Armed and dangerous' man with Gillette ties escapes custody in southeast Colorado

GILLETTE (WNE) — A man with ties to Gillette escaped custody from a hospital in La Junta, Colorado, last week and is

Elk antler poacher fined, loses hunting privileges for 3 years

JACKSON (WNE) — Just weeks before the legal antler hunt season on public lands opens May 1 for Wyoming residents and

State slaps down utility’s effort to relitigate controversial rate hike

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Eyewitness describes Wyoming wolf’s final hours in the Green River Bar

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