Governor taps 105 people to serve on 41 state boards and commissions and nine appointees to his cabinet.
Wyoming’s projected deficit for 2016 has renewed debate over Wyoming's savings policies that evolved out of a long history of boom and bust.
A new report advises tearing down all University of Wyoming dorms and replacing them with a 10-dormitory complex.
The House rejected a bill to protect workers based on sexual orientation and gender identity. Still, SF 115 advanced farther than any such legislation.
Lawmakers say it's time to review past budget studies rather than spend $350,000 on a new study to understand how to deal with a potential revenue downturn.