Photos: There’s a Moose on the Loose in Evansville!
That's right - there's a moose in Evansville. And he's probably searching for some jam to go with his muffin. Because if you give a moose a muffin...
2022 Pumpkin Fest Happening Saturday at Hat Six Travel Center
Luckily for pumpkin enthusiasts, they can get their fix at the 2022 Pumpkin Fest, happening at the Hat Six Travel Center on Saturday, October 1.
PHOTOS: Synchronized Video Projections for Mills ‘Halloween House’ Beginning Friday
A Mills woman is going all out for Halloween, showcasing a variety of decorations and video projections, complete with radio synchronization.
Governor Gordon Appoints Karl Allred Secretary of State
Following the resignation of Ed Buchanan as Wyoming's Secretary of State, it was unclear who would serve as the interim Secretary, until the newly-elected Secretary of State is sworn in next January.
Dumpster Fire Spread Because of Plastic Bags at Lignite Plant on Wednesday
"Basically, a dumpster was on fire," Chief Lindsey told K2 Radio News on Wednesday night. "Then the fire spread to a bunch of plastic bags from their product."
Escaped Felon Has Been Located and Taken Into Custody by Natrona County Sheriff’s Office
Phillip Campbell, the escaped felon who failed to return from his work shift on September 20, has been located and taken into custody by the Natrona County Sheriff's Office.
Natrona County Fire District Perform Rope Rescue at Independence Rock, Climber Life Flighted
Members of the Natrona County Fire District were called to perform a rope rescue at Independence Rock on Tuesday.
PHOTOS: Black Smoke in Glenrock Caused by Active Fire at Black Hills Lignite Plant
There is currently an active fire at the Black Hills Lignite Plant in Glenrock, Wyoming.
On Anniversary of Officer’s Death, Casper PD Reminds Community They’re ‘Right Here With You’
On the anniversary of Lieutenant Danny Dundas' death, the Casper Police Department allowed themselves to be a little vulnerable, and reminded the community that they are 'right here with you,' through the good and the bad.
New Cases of Monkeypox Confirmed in Natrona County and Campbell County
The Wyoming Department of Health has announced that new cases of Monkeypox have been identified in Wyoming; both in Campbell County and in Natrona County.