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Zwonitzer Served Lawsuit, Transportation Committee Tackles Tough Issues

Will Silverstein has the latest on the Wyoming State Legislature’s Budget Session from the State Capitol on a controversial lawsuit filed against House Corporations chair Dan Zwonitzer and a military sexual harassment reporting bill. After a relatively tame first day of the budget session at the Wyoming State Capitol, House Corporation’s Chairman Dan’s Zwonitzer was […]

Budget Session Commences at State Capitol

Budget Session Commences at State Capitol

Speeches by Governor Mark Gordon and Chief Justice Kate Fox kicked off the budget session. Will Silverstein has more from the state capitol. The Wyoming State Legislature budget session convened this morning amidst rifts in the Republican supermajority and a primary challenger to the governor in the rafters. The governor spoke first starting at 10am. […]

February 14 Hometown Hero

February 14 Hometown Hero

The Hometown Hero for February 14th is Clayton Cogdill. Mr. Cogdill was recognized on Friday by the Casper Police department, and the Casper Fire-EMS for the assistance that he provided to a fellow citizen. On July 3rd, he was floating down the North Platte River when he and his party heard cries for help from […]

Rep Neiman Discusses Run-Off Legislation

Will Silverstein spoke with representative Neiman about the new runoff legislation. Representative Neiman: So I like the idea, and I think a lot of folks do this that goes to the top two vote getters. And let’s let them fight over those past 66% of that vote or person percentage that they got in each […]

Fatal Ski Accident in Grand Teton National Park’s Death Canyon

According to the National Park Service, a 27-year-old skier died in a fall in Grand Teton National Park’s Death Canyon. Radcliff Spencer of Jackson was identified as the victim. Spencer died on Friday while attempting to ski the Apocalypse Couloir in Death Canyon, according to park officials. A climber who witnessed the notified park officials. […]

New Legislation Regarding Abortion in WY Filed for Upcoming Session

A bill that would outlaw abortions in Wyoming if Roe v Wade is overturned, has been filed for the upcoming session of the Wyoming Legislature. The legislation says that a ban on abortions except those needed to save a woman from death or serious injury would take effect in Wyoming if the U.S. Supreme Court […]

Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President Discusses Re-Districting

Will Silverstein discussed re-districting with the President of the greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce Dale Steenbergen who is focused on providing Cheyenne with optimal representation under one man one vote. Dale Steenbergen: Redistricting is important to I think it’s important to Cheyenne. But it’s important to everybody in the state right. From our standpoint. I […]