An innovative new program harnesses state bureaucracy to networks of recovering addicts. WyoFile examines how the pairing plays out in Devils Lake.
New law creates a graduated system of sanctions for parole and probation violators. Other reforms this session failed, but an “actual innocence” bill survived.
It takes the mind of a scientist and the heart of a rebel to cook up the perfect jar of mountain dew.
A group of Native activists brings traditional culture to the fight against alcohol, drugs and suicide.
A major shake-up is coming in how a federal grant to help prevent suicide and the use of alcohol and tobacco will be administered in Wyoming. Some critics say it will result in significant layoffs at community-level organizations, and it could diminish some one-on-one prevention services. The change has also raised questions about the bidding process that awarded a contract for health services.