State politics reporter
Lawmakers are considering two changes. One would require law enforcement to report hate crimes. The other would extend protections to more groups.
Tomorrow, the Wyoming Legislature's joint judiciary committee will meet in Casper to figure out why juvenile incarceration rates are so high in the state.
A group of experienced lawmakers lectured a new colleague after he pushed a pledge to change Wyoming elections.
The odds of the new reactor coming to Wyoming causing a nuclear disaster are extremely low, said Jacopo Buongiorno, a professor of Nuclear Science and Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Three notable blazes are already burning in Wyoming, which could be headed for a more active wildfire season than usual.
The state and national Libertarian Party as well as Wyoming community leaders will deliver the ballot initiatives to the secretary of state Friday.
Wyoming's Energy Rebound Program is launching its second round of applications for CARES Act money.
One bill would create a ranked-choice system for statewide elections in Wyoming. The other would institute an open primary.
Rep. Liz Cheney won't touch campaign drama with a 10-foot pole.
Since the end of the formal legislative session in April, it was widely understood that there would be a special session this summer.