Some superheroes are real. They are all around us, teaching us, supporting us… inspiring us. We all have witnessed a hero in our lives and in our community. This hero could be a teacher who never gave up on you, a helping hand in a time of need, or simply a friend and loved one.
Biomedical research and education in Wyoming will be strengthened by a $17.4 million grant awarded to the University of Wyoming from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
A Layton, Utah resident failed to have enough “tricks” on Halloween to avoid arrest by WHP Troopers during a pursuit in a stolen SUV. Thomas W. Wixom, 38 years old, was arrested on October 31st after a safe conclusion of the pursuit.
Soccer headed for MW Championships; Poke Wrestlers grab titles; Cowgirls defeat SDSU, Swimmers top LSU, and more
Here is Monday’s recap of UW sports action from the weekend from Wyoming Athletics Media Relations:
(Big Horn, Wyo.) — A male driver was shot from another vehicle on Saturday night near Big Horn at 10:30 p.m. Saturday night.
(Cheyenne, Wyo.) – One of the most endangered mammals in North America received a boost today, thanks to collaborative efforts between the federal government and the State of Wyoming.
U.S. Senator Mike Enzi and John Barrasso, R-Wyo., cosponsored two bipartisan resolutions earlier this week in an attempt to overturn the Environmental Protection Agency’s regulations that they believe are aimed at putting coal out of business.
Dress up, be safe and have fun out there!
It turns out, cats like to celebrate Halloween too! So, in honor of #NationalCatDay, we’re sharing some of our favorite cats….Halloween-style!
(Gillette, Wyo.) – It’s almost time for all the little witches, zombies, vampires and princesses to emerge on Halloween, enjoy parties, go trick-or-treating and eat yummy treats.
We have the simplest, healthiest and CUTEST snack for your Halloween party or kids’ school snack. It’s easy and we’ve got your 5 steps below.
(Big Piney, Wyo.) – The Bridger-Teton National Forest is seeking public comments on an exploration proposal approximately 22 miles northwest of Big Piney in Sublette County, Wyoming.
A Pine Haven man, Michael S. Kenyon, was killed Monday evening in the driveway of his home, allegedly by his wife.
(Buffalo, Wyo.) — The Twin Peaks Fire burning in Johnson County since Saturday is now 100% contained, but that does not mean that it is “out,” according to Marilyn Connolly of the Johnson County Fire District #1.
(Campbell County, Wyo.) – Wyoming Highway Patrol Lt. Will Zilka said that on Tuesday, October 27th a commercial vehicle traveling along Highway 387 collided with a passenger vehicle with three individuals in it at approximately mile post 127 in Campbell County.
Yesterday we shared a reader’s photo of the giant “crack” in the earth in the Bighorns. Since then, we’ve learned a bit more about what may have caused the giant “crack” about ten miles south of Ten Sleep.
(Sheridan, Wyo.) — The Twin Peaks Fire burning in Johnson County was human caused on Oct. 24, and is now 90% contained.
(Casper, Wyo.) – According to national culture website, io9.com, the folks at Pixar spent time in Wyoming to gain ideas and inspiration for the setting in its upcoming feature film The Good Dinosaur.
Governor Matt Mead outlined his plan to deal with the revenue shortfall reported today by the Consensus Revenue Estimating Group (CREG) report. The CREG projections are the basis for budget recommendations.