Whether you may know it or not, Wyoming has some pretty crazy laws. Seeing as how it is the week of Cheyenne Frontier Days, perhaps it is a good time to give a refresher course on just how bizarre some of those laws are. I mean, the tourists have to have some kind of guidelines, right?
Several new bills have been passed by the 2021 Wyoming Legislature to put new laws and regulations in place that will now need to be followed by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. Many of the new laws and regulations will have a direct impact on the public as well.
Its Monday, and that means it is time for Pet's of the Week! The Laramie Animal Welfare Society (LAWS) has many dogs and cats who are looking for their forever homes!
Laika is a big girl with a lot of love. She is very sweet and just loves humans...
There are many rumors about where the term "420" ((pronounced four-twenty) originated and how it became the code word for cannabis users, but the most widely excepted version revolves around a group of young pot-heads in the early 1970s called the Waldos.
A spate of mass shootings have many calling for greater gun regulations, but some in the Cowboy State are aiming to loosen the state's gun control laws.
Even though efforts to repeal gun-free zones have been shot down by the Wyoming Legislature in recent years, there are still those who argue gun-free zones are a public safety risk because they block people from defending themselves and others...