WPR wins Murrow Awards

May 4, 2017 Annie Todd 0

Wyoming Public Radio (WPR) has won three regional Edward R. Murrow awards. The awards are for Best Hard News Story, Best Use of Sound and Best Series. The Edward R. Murrow awards go to the […]


Wyoming Democrats pick Barbuto

May 2, 2017 Briana Reeves 0

Joe Barbuto, a resident of Rock Springs, was recently elected chairman of the Wyoming Democratic Party. Barbuto said during his two-year term he hopes to implement new strategies, increase messaging, and work toward the 2018 […]


Wyo prepares for spring floods

April 28, 2017 Brandon Sisson 0

Wyoming has seen an unusual amount of snowpack in many parts of the state, causing concern of flooding in some counties. One of the counties with the highest threat of flooding is Fremont County, specifically […]


Wyoming receives coal grant

April 25, 2017 Annaleise Johansen 0

The U.S Department of Labor has awarded Wyoming a National Dislocated Worker Grant of $2 million to assist coal workers who have been recently laid off. . Workers laid off in Campbell, Converse, Crook, Johnson, […]


Senator accused of accosting students

April 25, 2017 Briana Reeves 0

At the Shepard Symposium for Social Justice, students Tyrell Proby, Desmin Lewis, and Jerard Swan presented a public service announcement about concealed carry laws and stereotypes, allegedly inciting threatening comments from Wyoming Senator Anthony Bouchard. […]


Cops ‘n’ courts

April 25, 2017 Josh Barta 0

Cheyenne bank robber gets 40 months in prison A 43-year-old man has been sentenced in U.S. District Court of Wyoming to 40 months in prison for robbing a credit union in Cheyenne last year. Christopher […]


STDs in Wyoming on the rise

April 20, 2017 Briana Reeves 0

Cases of Sexually-Transmitted Diseases (STDs) in Wyoming are on the rise, with dramatic increases in Gonorrhea rates since 2012 and other STDs close behind. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, STDs are […]