Group advocates for marijuana legalization

May 6, 2015 Jeff Victor 0

Cannabis legalization activists spread their message to students passing through the Union yesterday. The Wyoming chapter of the National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) is working on a ballot initiative to legalize medical […]

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Laramie man sentenced for burglary

April 24, 2015 David Brimmer 0

Codey Parsons, 20, was charged with eight to 18 years in prison last Friday following sentencing on charges of burglary stemming from a series of burglaries in August. Jeffrey Donnell, the judge for the trial, […]

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Charges dropped in I-80 pileup

April 23, 2015 David Brimmer 0

Alex Dragaytsev was arrested and charged with aggravated vehicular homicide after a large pileup west of Laramie on I-80 led to two fatalities, but his charges have since been dropped and he was released from […]


UW geology museum nationally ranked

April 22, 2015 Jeff Victor 0 named the University of Wyoming Geological Museum the 12th most amazing college museum in the U.S. on a recently published top 50 list. listed the museum’s fossil collection, accessibility and family-friendliness as determining […]


Second pile up occurs on I-80

April 21, 2015 Joel Funk 0

A second pile up in five days took place on Interstate 80 yesterday when between 21 and 40 vehicles wrecked 15 miles west of Laramie in dense fog around 8 a.m. One fatality has been […]