Natrona County Sheriff’s Office Warns of New Phone Scam in Casper
The Natrona County Sheriff's Office is warning Casper residents of a new scam making the rounds, in which, once again, the perpetrator attempts to steal money from unfortunate victims.
On His 90th Birthday, Retired Casper Teacher Dana Van Burgh Has One Piece of Advice: Listen More
It was a windy day in Casper on Monday, June 20. But the wind didn't stop Casper from turning out for Dana Van Burgh's 90th Birthday Party.
Natrona County Sheriff’s Office Seeking Public Assistance in Identifying Casper RV Storage Thieves
The Natrona County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's assistance in identifying two suspects in the theft of a car hauler trailer from Casper RV Storage.
Casper Mayor Joins Liz Cheney’s State Leadership Team
Casper Mayor Ray Pacheco has joined Congresswoman Liz Cheney's State Leadership Team.
‘Terroristic Threat’ Results in Public Evacuations in Laramie
According to a social media post released by the Laramie Police Department, a male subject called their dispatch team at 5:08 p.m., claiming he was armed with a large rifle and was wanting to shoot people at a business located in the area.
Natrona County Cops Raise $5,847 for Special Olympics Wyoming
The Tip-A-Cop fundraiser raised $5,847 over the course of two nights of serving at Casper's Texas Roadhouse.
PHOTOS: 2022 Lemonade Day Best Stand Contest Winners
In the end, It was Stand #14, from creator Airean Strong, that won the contest. His patriotic-themed stand embodied everything Lemonade Day stands for.
Former K2 Radio Sports Broadcaster Tim Ray Inducted Into Hall of Fame
Tim Ray, a former K2 Radio broadcaster, was recently inducted into the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame.
GoFundMe Created for Family of Two Casper Boys Killed in Tragic Construction Accident
A GoFundMe was created for the family of the two boys, to help with funeral costs and all of the other associated costs that come with such a heartbreaking event.
Wyoming Man Makes Multiple Supply Runs to Help Victims of Yellowstone Flood
While city officials are working to rebuild their towns, residents are in need of basic necessities, like food, water, pillows, blankets, and more. So Matthew Thomas and James Ries got to work.