A block on enforcing Wyoming's abortion ban will continue until a lawsuit contesting the ban is resolved, a judge ruled Wednesday.
The same judge who blocked Wyoming's abortion ban will rule on whether to extend that pause amid a legal challenge.
Attorneys for the state say Wyoming’s constitution does not protect abortion, and that the state’s history favors heavy restrictions and criminalization of the procedure.
Scottsbluff police are investigating a shooting that occurred at a local grocery store and left one man hospitalized.
A 2012 amendment to the state constitution, meant to curb concerns over the Affordable Care Act, may present the best case for keeping abortion legal in Wyoming.
The complaint stems from financial disclosures that Gray made when he was a candidate in the state's U.S. House race (he dropped out of that race nearly a year ago).
Law enforcement officers shot and killed a man who fired at them Friday night, the Wyoming Highway Patrol said Sunday.
An 18-year-old from Casper pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated assault and battery. The charges are linked to his younger cousin’s killing of another teenager last July.
The court ruling stops Wyoming’s abortion ban from being enforced for at least 14 days. It comes hours after the prohibition went into effect.
An 18-year-old pleaded guilty Tuesday morning in Laramie County District Court to two counts of aggravated assault and battery. The charges are linked to his younger cousin’s killing of another teenager last July.
The oldest victim was a 72-year-old woman driving an SUV. She and three of her passengers, which included a 3-year-old boy, were all pronounced dead at the scene.
A Wyoming man is set to serve 20 years in prison for possessing and sending child pornography.
The state's high court concluded the judge erred by factoring in the defendant's refusal to answer law enforcement questions when sentencing her to 20 years in prison.
The former Wyoming Catholic College CFO was sentenced to five years in prison for his elaborate scheme to defraud a federal coronavirus relief program and an investment company out of millions of dollars.
Court documents state the company did not complete the restoration, and its owner “knowingly placed 30 of his employees in imminent danger of death or serious bodily injury” by asbestos exposure “without proper safety measures.”
A federal judge says the state and attorney general cannot be held responsible for the actions of a DCI agent being sued by a hemp farmer over a 2019 raid on her property.
A Laramie woman accused of child abuse allegedly left a 6-month old baby in a car overnight with the windows cracked as temperatures dropped below freezing, causing apparent brain injuries.
Secretary Ed Buchanan, circuit court Judge Nathaniel Hibben and Deputy Attorney General Misha Westby were named as finalists for the Eighth District Court position Thursday.
A Wyoming State Bar panel found she violated two rules of professional conduct in a 2020 lawsuit between two corporations that ran a Cheyenne gym modeled after the TV show “American Ninja Warrior.”
The man drove south on Highway 59 after being pulled over for running two stop signs and exceeded speeds of 100 mph.
The Laramie Police Department suspects the individual who made the call is not local and was watching the street through a public webcam.
The Natrona County Republican Party plans to appeal a judge's decision to toss its lawsuit against the state GOP.
A 38-year-old Evanston man has been found guilty of felony animal cruelty after a three-day jury trial.
A federal grand jury has indicted a Cheyenne man suspected of trafficking fentanyl within 1,000 feet of an elementary school.
One day after historic flooding raged through Yellowstone and area communities, residents downstream braced for high water.
Dylan Carter Corio, 21, was among the 31 members of white nationalist group Patriot Front arrested in Idaho on Saturday ahead of a Pride event.
An ACLU press release incorrectly said the office was included in a list of the “54 agencies that are among the most egregious in their violations of people’s civil rights and liberties.” Sweetwater is not on that list.