Harvey Weinstein Found Guilty in Landmark #MeToo Moment
The jury found him not guilty on the most serious charge, predatory sexual assault, that could result in a life sentence.
Buy-Back Program Meant to Return Reservation Land to Tribes
Participation is voluntary.
Hearing To Decide If Teen Can Face Adult Charges in Killing
District Judge John Brown scheduled a transfer hearing on March 5. Hurley's grandparents also also charged in the boy's death.
US Pushes Changes to Western Land Plans That Judge Blocked
A federal judge in Idaho blocked the Trump administration plans last year over concerns that they could harm greater sage grouse, a ground-dwelling bird.
Wyoming High School Students Protest Closure of Study Hall
Principal Phil Thompson says the school is redistributing its time to be more effective.
Wyoming High Court Rules Against Town in Daycare Tax Case
Pine Bluffs began operating a daycare in a community center in the 1970s and moved the business into a separate building in 2009.
NTEC Reaches Deal to Pay Taxes on Wyoming Coal Production
The agreement calls for NTEC to make one payment right away, then monthly for a year.
State Leaders Propose Purchasing Land in Southern Wyoming
Gordon says the state hopes to close by the end of summer. It is unclear how much the purchase would cost.
Republican County Commissioner Joins Wyoming US Senate Race
Short seeks the GOP nomination to succeed Republican U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi.
University of Wyoming President Finalists to Visit Campus
University spokesman Chad Baldwin says the finalists' names will likely be announced soon.