Wyoming Colleges Won’t Require COVID-19 Vaccines Next Fall
The University of Wyoming and Laramie County Community College say they won't require students and employees to receive COVID-19 vaccines
Ex-Cop Derek Chauvin Convicted Of Murder And Manslaughter In George Floyd Death
The explosive case triggered worldwide protests, violence and a furious reexamination of racism and policing in the U.S.
Jury Reaches Verdict In Trial Over George Floyd’s Death
The jury deliberated over parts of two days in a city on edge against another outbreak of unrest.
Miners’ Union Backs Shift From Coal in Exchange for Jobs
At least 7,000 coal workers lost their jobs last year.
Backcountry Guide Dead After Yellowstone Grizzly Attack
Officials say the male bear was probably defending a nearby moose carcass.
Half of US Adults Now Have Received At Least 1 COVID Shot
The announcement on Sunday marks another milestone in the nation’s largest-ever vaccination campaign.
Drought Could Leave Wyoming Ranchers With Tough Choices
The drought is driving up the cost of hay.
U.S. West Prepares for Possible First Water Shortage Declaration
Federal officials use the forecast released each August to make decisions about how to allocate river water.
Pandemic Challenges Cody Woman and Others with Addiction
Jackie Fales and others had to rethink their recovery programs when the pandemic hit last year.
In Minneapolis, Armed Patrol Group Tries to Keep the Peace
The Minnesota Freedom Fighters, a group of Black men, are at the scene to protest but are also determined to keep things peaceful.