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UW Students Stage Peaceful Protest at Dennis Prager Talk [PHOTOS]
Students at the University of Wyoming turned out to protest Dennis Prager's talk "Socialism Makes People Selfish," at the Education Auditorium Thursday night.
Laramie-Based Business Wins International Crowdfunding Award
A Laramie-based business has been awarded at the Global Crowdfunding Convention in Las Vegas for its contributions to the crowdfunding industry.
Students Plan Protest Against Dennis Prager Talk on UW Campus
A group of University of Wyoming students are planning a protest of conservative speaker Dennis Prager scheduled to speak today on the UW campus.
‘Wanted Wednesday’ [VIDEO]
The Albany County Sheriff’s office has released the latest ‘Wanted Wednesday’ photos featuring individuals wanted on warrants issued through Albany County courts.
Officials Announce Laramie WyoTech Closure
Zenith Education Group announced today that it will be closing the WyoTech Campus in Laramie.
Finalists for UW Director of Scholarships and Financial Aid Announced
The University of Wyoming has announced the finalists for the position of director of scholarships and financial aid.
New Member Appointed to Laramie City Council
The Laramie City Council has appointed Phoebe Stoner as the new City Councilor for Ward 1.
Former UW Professor Pleads Guilty to Possession of Child Pornography
The University of Wyoming assistant professor of mechanical engineering pleaded guilty to one count of possession of child pornography Monday in U.S. District Court.
Trevor Sanford Changes Plea in Murder Case
A Laramie man accused of murdering his step-grandmother has pleaded guilty in Albany County District Court.
UPDATE: Investigation Into Walmart Bomb Threat Continues
Smith said the LPD dispatch received information about another threat in Rock Springs that had happened at about the same time. Smith said the Rock Springs PD tracked the number used to make the threat to a Rock Springs phone.
Laramie City Council to Consider One-Time Employee Stipend
The Laramie City Council will consider whether to approve an expenditure for a one-time employee stipend for city employees during their regular meeting tomorrow night.
I-80 Closed Eastbound Between Laramie, Cheyenne Due to Crash [UPDATE]
The Wyoming Department of Transportation says I-80 eastbound is closed between Cheyenne and Laramie due to a crash.