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New Law in Cheyenne Passes Unanimously

A new law in Cheyenne makes interfering with a 911 call or knowingly calling 911 without an emergency illegal. Your Wyoming Link’s William Langston reports city council passed this new law unanimously. Have you ever needed traffic directions or information about local laws or wanted to report a suspicious individual? The City of Cheyenne wants […]

Switch Ties on FIre, Weston County

Weston County resources responded to multiple railroad switch ties that were on fire approximately 15 miles south of Newscastle Wednesday evening. Pictures posted on the Weston County Fire Protection District’s Facebook page show the fire department and volunteers investigating the area where the fire occurred. No other information has been released.  

Casper School Lockdown, Not A Threat After Report of Armed Suspect

Wednesday afternoon, a heavy law enforcement presence surrounded the area of 15th Street and Westridge Drive as officers responded to reports of an armed suspect inside a home. The Natrona County School District alerted parents that Cottonwood Elementary was on a precautionary lockdown and to avoid the area. Ultimately CPD said no suspect was found […]

Renovated Athletics Complex Receives New Name

Its been a big couple of weeks for Laramie County Community College athletics. First, renovations began to the recreation and athletics complex. And now that building will have a new name thanks to a local sponsor. The new name will be the Blue Federal Credit Union recreation & athletics complex. An official ceremony for the […]

City Council Approves Construction on Pershing Blvd

Communities in Cheyenne keep building further east. And that will require some older roads near the city limits to be adapted as those new families move towards the edge of town. City Council Monday approving construction to East Pershing Boulevard near Christiansen Road and United States Highway 30. City and county officials recognizing the growth […]

Winter Wonderland in the Capitol City

Cheyenne seeing a big Thursday morning snow. And despite some canceled classes at our local schools for the day, the hardworking folks in Cheyenne were out shoveling snow to keep the city running. While we may not be seeing much more fall from the sky in the next 24 hours, the region is still under […]

Cheyenne Regional Airport Looks to Expand Destinations

Planning to fly out of Cheyenne Regional Airport during the holidays? Our William Langston tells us about some of the new destinations the airport could offer and what economic benefits that could bring for Cheyenne.  As of right now, the Cheyenne Regional Airport only has two flights with one destination. Denver- and Tim Bradshaw explains […]