Five-year-old Emmett Holmes was just told he needed some blood drawn by the nurses in the hospital, and he was scared.
Fifty years ago today, astronaut Neil Armstrong made his “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind” statement and took the first steps on the moon.
The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees voted Thursday to, beginning in the fall of 2020, offer significantly more need-based aid to Wyoming students while making a commensurate cut to merit-based aid for out-of-state students.
In the last hour of its meeting Tuesday evening, the Laramie City Council voted 8-1 to approve annexing property on Bobolink Lane into the city on first reading.
After a third vote taken at three consecutive regular meetings of the Albany County School District No. 1’s school board, Snowy Range Academy was successful Wednesday in securing funding from a district-controlled account to expand its classrooms this summer.
The University of Wyoming’s board of trustees first meeting with Neil Theobald as the school’s acting president began Wednesday with the new president leading a discussion on ways UW could improve its graduation rate and become more accessible to Wyomingites.
Many Laramie City Council members’ campaign promises of being “business friendly” were put to the test Tuesday evening as the Council considered a preliminary plat and potentially cost-sharing the recommended infrastructure updates stemming from the development.
The city of Laramie’s Traffic Commission got creative during its Thursday meeting to find a solution that would calm traffic and please city residents without lowering the speed limit on Willett Drive.
After an amendment to remove all funding for rotating art on the Snowy Range Road Bridge was rejected 6-3, the Laramie City Council voted 7-2 to approve the $150,000 public art funding.
The Laramie City Council will decide during its meeting tonight how much city funding — if any — to allocate to potential art installations on the two sculpture pads already in place along the new Snowy Range Road Bridge.
State legislators and members of the University of Wyoming’s Board of Trustees came to a general consensus Monday that the university should construct a parking garage on the north side of Grand Avenue, between 10th and 11th streets.
Giving stitches to a store-bought chicken breast with a “laceration,” becoming CPR certified and learning how to wrap a fake bone in a cast are just some of the activities high schoolers experienced during their time with WWAMI High School Healthcare Careers camp this week.
Safeway filed a lawsuit in federal court Wednesday against WY Plaza, which owns the grocery store’s building in Laramie, for refusing to repay Safeway $1.1 million that had been handed over in rent payments since 2006.
The Laramie City Council had the chance to talk to the executive director of the Wyoming Association of Municipalities during a work session Tuesday about the benefits of WAM — and some member’s concerns with the organization.
Prosecutors and defense attorneys have agreed to argue that a 19-year-old Laramie man should be sentenced only to probation after the defendant pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges stemming from a DUI case in March.
Four seconds was about how long it took for Laramie Police Department officer Mike Morrow and citizens Wallace “Wally” Okobia and Nicholas Scott Duvall to bring a potentially dangerous man to the ground, holding him until back-up law enforcement could arrive at the Big D gas station on Snowy…
A Laramie man was sentenced to 13-20 years of imprisonment this week for an attack on his then-girlfriend in 2017 for which he was originally charged with attempted first-degree murder.
The jail wagon slowly pulled up to the prison doors before stopping, allowing each of the convicted outlaws and criminals to exit and walk in shackles to be processed inside. One of those criminals, George “Butch” Cassidy, is walking into a prison for the first time in his long career as an …
“He always talked about the Cooper mansion, so I’ve been hearing about that mansion since I was a little girl,” Ancestry and Albany County Ranch and West Side Historian Dicksie Knight May said. “My grandfather was just totally impressed with it, the beauty of it.”
Former University of Wyoming football player Carl Granderson was sentenced to six months in jail Thursday after pleading no contest to two misdemeanors, sexual battery and unlawful contact.
Each Thursday, Albany County’s Circuit Court Judge Robert Castor gives up his courtroom on the fourth floor of the courthouse to Bob Southard.
A man who stabbed a Laramie man last summer can expect to spend 12-15 years in prison, at least according to the terms of a plea agreement made Tuesday in Albany County District Court.
In June of last year, the Badger Creek fire already ravaged more than 20,000 acres in and around the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest, threatening homes in small towns like Mountain Home, Woods Landing and Fox Park near the Colorado border. The fire was finally declared 100% contained July…
The Laramie City Council voted unanimously during its July 2 meeting to amend a proposed ordinance upon its second reading to allow for no more than three baby goats, sheep or pigs on a quarter acre of land.
The 2020 fiscal year budget by the Albany County Commission includes about $278,000 in added pay and benefits for about half of the county’s employees.
Albany County commissioners approved their 2020 fiscal year budget Tuesday with $13 million of general fund expenditures, about $140,000 more than the previous year, but the big news of the day was that the county’s revenue picture is a lot better than when commissioners began budget conside…
Severe thunderstorms made their way through southeast Wyoming on Saturday night, with at least one tornado touching down in Albany County, north of Laramie.
If she had known how many visitors would brave the winter weather to visit the Wyoming Territorial Prison this year, Superintendent Deborah Cease said she would’ve tried their winter hours a long time ago.