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Wyoming’s Most Epic Senior Class Pranks [VIDEOS]
Graduation season is here and seniors all over the Cowboy State are preparing to prank their schools. Here's a look back at some of Wyoming's best, and worst, senior class pranks.
Hilarious and Disgusting Reviews Of Cheap Motels in Cheyenne
The stories usually begin the same way, "I came for Cheyenne Frontier Days and it was the last room in town."
Remembering ‘The Cokeville, Wyoming Miracle’ 33 Years Later
May 16, 1986, a deranged former police officer and his wife stormed into Cokeville Elementary School and took 154 students and teachers hostage. The hostage crisis has since become known as "The Cokeville Miracle".
NBA Draft Prospect Mike Daum Has University Of Wyoming Roots
Athletic ability runs in the family for Kimball, Neb. native MIke Daum. His father Mitch played football for Wyoming. His mother Michelle was an All-American basketball player at UW and is a member of the Wyoming Athletics Hall of Fame.
Driver Crashes Into Little Caesars Restaurant In Riverton
A driver in Riverton gave new meaning to the term pizza delivery yesterday afternoon when they crashed into a Little Caesar's restaurant.
Study Ranks Wyoming The ‘Least Valuable’ State In The Lower 48
The study estimates every acre of land in the Cowboy State is worth $1,558. The average acre of land in New Jersey is valued at $196,410.
Arya Stark Is Wyoming’s Favorite Game Of Thrones Character
Wyoming will be rooting for Arya Stark to claim the iron throne on the series finale of "Game of Thrones" Sunday according to a recent study.
WYO Governor Hires Former ‘Charles In Charge’ Star Michael Pearlman
Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon announced his new communications director this week. Michael Pearlman brings decades of experience as a journalist, public relations specialist, and an actor on the 1980's sitcom "Charles In Charge".
Fun Fact: A 12-Year-Old Can Get A Ticket In Wyoming
Since passengers over the age of 12 are responsible for their own seat belt, a sixth-grader could technically be ticketed, according to Wyoming state law.
How A U.S. Trade War With China Could Impact Wyoming
The US-China Business Council estimates that the export of goods and services from Wyoming to China supports 900 full-time jobs.
The Most Dangerous Roads For Animal Collisions In Wyoming
It's an unfortunate fact of life in the Cowboy State; thousands of animals are hit by motorists every year.
Rapper Sir Mix A Lot To Perform At Cheyenne Depot Plaza July 20th
The "Baby Got Back" rapper is part of the city's expanded Fridays in The Plaza lineup, which will run from June 7th through August 30th.