The state owes plaintiffs’ attorneys $600,000 in fees and expenses following a court loss over controversial trespassing statutes passed by the Wyoming Legislature
D.C. court won't stop grizzly removals on the Upper Green River while grazing lawsuit wends its way through court.
Despite opponents’ protests that the public had no chance for input, the Senate advanced a bill to grant business owners immunity from civil lawsuits by someone who contracted COVID-19 in the business.
The board voted Friday to preserve the right to appeal a judge’s ruling that the school must turn over records related to the end of former-president Laurie Nichols’ tenure.
The senate cut $9 million from a funding adjustment education advocates say the Legislature needs to stay within law