WATCH: It Was Worth It- Vietnam Veteran is Finally Back Home in Wyoming
On Monday, July 19, 2021, citizens lined the streets of Worland Wyoming to pay their respects to a fallen hero.
PHOTOS: Bright Lights, Big City- Central Wyoming Fair & Rodeo Brings the Fun…and the Food
You don't see it, you don't really see it, until you're sitting at the top of the Ferris Wheel. That's when you see the full magnitude of the Central Wyoming Fair and Rodeo.
2 Athletes to Represent Wyoming in Special Olympics World Winter Games
Wyoming will be represented by two incredible athletes during the Special Olympics World Winter Games, which will be held in Kazan Russia on January 22-25.
Transgender Magician Cancels Wyoming Shows After Receiving Threats
An Iowa magician has cancelled a series of shows in Gillette, Wyoming after threats were made to her and to the staff of the Campbell County Public Library (where her shows were to be performed) after her transgender identity was shared on social media.
WATCH: Casper Fire-EMS Responds to House Fire, Family Displaced, Dog Saved By Neighbor
Video shows a house on fire in west Casper that caused enough damage to displace the occupants. Occupants were not home at the time of the fire, and pets were rescued, including a dog that was rescued by a neighbor through a window.
Yellowstone National Park Enters Stage 1 Fire Restriction Level, ‘Very High Fire Danger’
Officials with Yellowstone National Park have advised that the parkwide fire danger level for the park is "very high and Stage 1 fire restrictions are in effect."
Fees to Request Birth, Death, Marriage and Divorce Certificates Are Being Raised
The Wyoming Department of Health announced that fees to procure birth, death, marriage, and divorce certificates through Vital Statistics Services are being raised, as of July 1.
‘307 Fest’ Fireworks Festival a ‘Go’ at Ford Wyoming Center
Last August, 307 Fest took place in Downtown Casper, but this year it's happening at the Ford Wyoming Center and it will be a 2-day event featuring food, fun and, yes, fireworks. Best of all? This year, it's free!
Cheyenne Frontier Days Implementing ‘Clear Bag Policy’
Cheyenne Frontier Days announced on Wednesday that they are adopting and implementing a 'Clear Bag Policy' for the event that runs from July 23-August 1, 2021.
WATCH: Senator Barrasso Says Democrats’ Election Bill was Defeated ‘For All the Right Reas…
"That bill was defeated for all the right reasons," Barrasso emphasized. "That bill was designed to make it easier for Democrats to cheat so they would never lose an election again.
VIDEO: Welcome to Wyoming- Rain, Hail, Rainbow, Sunshine All Along I-25
In the video, you can see pretty much all of the elements happening at exactly the same time: rain, snow, hail, sunshine, rainbows, etc. The only thing missing is construction but we're sure there's some of that up the road a little bit.
Governor Gordon Applauds Federal Recognition of ‘Juneteenth’ Holiday
Upon the news that President Biden signed a bill that was passed by congress to officially commemorate June 19 (or 'Juneteenth') as a federal holiday, Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon has issued a statement of support for the decision.