Science Zone Partners with Area Coding Educators to Bring Curriculum to Casper Youth
The Science Zone has partnered with area coding educators to develop and deploy a computer science curriculum for young people who are interested in learning about computers and coding. The new program will be rolling out the week of February 26...
Casper Man Charged with Second Degree Murder in Connection to Fatal Shooting
The Casper Police Department wrote today that a Natrona County man has been arrested in connection to the fatal shooting that happened in Casper on Feb. 2 resulting in the death of 30-year-old Brandon A. Lopez. Rajion L. Vu, 25, is being charged with second degree murder, which is punishable by 20 years to life in prison...
Casper College’s Annual Humanities Fest Taking Place NOW
This year's topic is "Human/Nature." Events are going on today. Nothing is scheduled on Friday, but on Saturday, Feb. 24, The Natrona County Library will present a family afternoon event featuring pizza, a movie, and a craft.
Canadian Mineral Exploration Company Announces ‘Under-the-Radar’ Project in Wyoming’s Copper Mountain
The company's CEO is hopeful that Copper Mountain holds "significant amounts of uranium."
Court Smacks Down Moratorium on Coal Leasing, Reversing the Ban
Senator Barrasso: "Instead of looking for new excuses to keep American coal resources stranded, President Biden and Secretary Haaland must get to work and move leases forward.”
Casper Police Officer Transported to Banner as Precaution After Encountering Possibly Hazardous Materials While Logging Evidence
The officer was released shortly after with only superficial injuries according to Casper Fire-EMS.
Fairy Tale Dream Come True for Wyoming Girl Diagnosed with Cancer
Diagnosed at just four years old with a form of eye cancer, Rose, from Etna, has experienced a rollercoaster of events, but nothing like the rides she enjoyed during her trip to Disney World.
Public Enemy No. 1: Casper Accepts Huge Grant to Fund Marijuana Suppression
Tonight's Casper city council meeting had several items on the agenda, but one that sticks out was accepting a grant from the DEA that gives the city $15,000 for the police to help "eradicate and suppress" illicit marijuana.
Casper Homeschool Team Competing at World Lego & Robotics Competition
Right now they're preparing for the Sunshine Invitational Championships in Daytona Beach, Florida to compete against 82 teams from around the world using legos to demonstrate the masterpiece of science, technology, engineering, art, and math.
DEA Poised to Award Casper $15K to Support Police Officers Going After Illegal Cannabis
The Drug Enforcement Administration has awarded the City of Casper $15,000 "to be used for overtime reimbursement of Casper police officers that are directly involved in the eradication and suppression of illicit cannabis." The city council meeting's agenda has scheduled a resolution to accept the money, as recommended by City Manager Carter Napier, tonight at 6:00 in the Lyric... Read M