Wyoming Highway Patrol Pulls Over Van Going 110 MPH on I-80
"Monday night, a WHP Trooper stopped a speeding van on I-80 east of Evanston, Wyoming," the WHP wrote in a Facebook post. "The Trooper's radar clocked the motorist at 110 mph."
Liz Cheney: To Keep Children Safe, Spend Less Time Banning Books and More Time Stopping Gun Violence
"If we really want to keep our children safe," Cheney stated, "we need to spend less time banning books and more time stopping the horrific gun violence in our schools."
PHOTOS: Wyoming Photographer Shares Breathtaking Pictures of Northern Lights
Breanna Klamm Whitlock was one of the many individuals who saw the Northern Lights and wanted to capture them in all of their stunning glory.
Harriet Hageman Votes in Favor of ‘Parental Bill of Rights’ Act
Wyoming Congresswoman Harriet Hageman voted in favor of H.R. 5, the Parental Bill of Rights Act, on Friday.
On Day Before Album Release, Chancey Williams Featured in PEOPLE
On the day before his album release, Chancey Williams was featured in an article for PEOPLE (like, the magazine). PEOPLE also exclusively debuted Williams' newest single One of These Days.
National Weather Service in Riverton Shares Beautiful Photos of Northern Lights
The National Weather Service in Riverton has shared some photos of the Northern Lights, taken just outside of their forecast office.
Wyoming Health Department Warns of Medicaid Scam Claiming Coverage Could Be Cancelled
The Wyoming Department of Health recently announced that some Medicaid clients on the receiving end of a text message scam.
Yellowstone National Park Replacing River Bridge with $118 Million Contract
Yellowstone National Park recently announced that they will be replacing their 'structurally deficient' Yellowstone River Bridge, located on the Northeast Entrance near Tower Junction.
BREAKING: One Dead After Plane Crash Near Alcova Reservoir
One person is dead after a plane crash southeast of Alcova Reservoir.
Governor Gordon Allows Bill Prohibiting Male-Born Students in Female Sports to Become Law
Governor Gordon announced on Friday that, while he won't sign a bill that prohibits male-born student athletes from competing in female sports, he will allow it to pass into law.