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Superintendent Of Education Cindy responds to The Governor's Inquiry into the Wyoming Department of Education: PRESS RELEASE Superintendent Responds to Investigation Report June 18, 2013 Cheyenne, More>>
Independent Inquiry Team Releases Report CHEYENNE, Wyo. – The Governor's Inquiry Team has submitted its independent review. Those parts of the Governor's Inquiry Team review regarding the Wyoming Department More>>
Colonel. Tracey L. Hayes took command of the 90th Missile Wing from Colonel. George R. Farfour Monday at the Argonne Parade Field.
Colonel Hayes most recently served as the vice wing commander of the 460th Space Wing at Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado.
Colonel Hayes is the first female wing commander for the 90th Missile Wing. More>>
A new pathway has been completed along South Greeley Highway to make for safer travel for pedestrians, handicapped and bicyclists. The project was in the works for nearly three years and cost about $195,000. More>>
Chugwater, Wyoming held it's world famous Chugwater Chili Cook-Off this weekend. It was the 28th year for the event. More>>
Spooners Frozen Yogurt held it's grand opening in Cheyenne. About two dozen waited outside for the doors to open. The first 100 customers receive a free frozen yogurt. More>>
For the second year in a row, wildfires have devastated hundreds of homes in Colorado.
But according to the owner of a Cheyenne based company, AAC West, there's a way these homes could have been saved. More>>
NEWS CHANNEL 5 HAS BEEN TIPPED OFF TO A NEW SCAM TARGETING SENIOR CITIZENS IN CHEYENNE... SCAMMERS ARE REPORTEDLY POSING AS REPRESENTATIVES OF THE SENIOR CARE ALERT COMPANY. More>>
The U-s senate has signed on to the beginnings of an immigration bill. A new Poll shows Wyoming residents overwhelmingly support Immigration Reform. Jose Javier Gamboa from the Wyoming Democratic Party More>>
Wyoming native and Laramie High School alum, Debbie Morgan, was among the families evacuated from the Black Forest fire. Morgan gave an exclusive interview to NewsChannel 5. More>>
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming Department of Transportation officials say uncertainty remains about how much highway money the state can expect to receive after the current federal transportation bill expires next year. More>>
A report from the U.S. Census Bureau titled "Computer and Internet In the United States" shows that, proportionally, Wyoming has more internet users than the U.S. as a whole. More>>
The Boys & Girls Club hosted a book fair this afternoon aiming to help children retain the information they learned in school throughout the summer. More>>
On Monday June 10th, Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill announced she would forego funding in excess of $100,000 for two staffing positions to help the Wyoming Department of Education. But More>>
As part of their new duties, the Office of Public Instruction is charged with reporting to the legislature on the condition and quality of the schools. Along with doing their own evaluations they have More>>
Weather conditions from the past two days are already creating havoc in Colorado but what about here in Laramie county and surrounding areas. We spoke with Lew Simpson of Laramie County Fire District Two
For the second time in as many months, United Blood Services announced an emergency appeal for type O-negative blood donors. As of Monday June 11th, there were outstanding orders for 112 units.For more More>>
Furlough numbers for the Wyoming Military Department have been finalized and the news is good. The department was originally expecting a total of 22 furlough days, but that number has been cut in half More>>
Eye witness to crash scene that left one teen dead and another seriously injured speaks with NewsChannel 5.
Cars got in line as early as 3 a.m. Monday morning at the brand new Taco John's. The first 100 cars received free potato ole's everyday for one year. More>>
Judge Nancy Freudenthal ordered Robert Rodriguez of Albuquerque, to serve 3 years of supervised release after he gets out of prison. More>>
Boys from all over Wyoming were in Cheyenne Thursday as Boys' State topped off their week with a trip to the state capitol. More>>
Wyoming Workforce Services state educational leaders and employment representatives were in the Governor's office today as her recognized their service. Governor Mead signed a proclamation declaring More>>
Wyoming is bringing an adventure race to the Cowboy State in July. The "Cowboy Tough" adventure race will take place from July 18-21, beginning at Curt Gowdy State Park and ending in Casper. More>>
Ron and Marie Frost are back at Wal-Mart taking donations for Oklahoma Tornado relief, but this time they're collecting for the Shawnee Oklahoma area which was hit the night before the Moore Tornado. More>>
First Lady Carol Mead has joined forces with over 20 community partners to implement a new program in Cheyenne. Eat, Read, Grow is a program that provides a meal, a bag of groceries, information about More>>
The Wounded Warrior Project says its purpose is to raise awareness and assist our injured service members. With the help of his WW2 Harley-Davidson Motorcycle, David Beiber is taking that mission to a More>>
A huge brawl broke out Wednesday night outside the Iron Order Motorcycle Club on Logan just south of East Lincolnway. Police say at least 15 people were involved in the fight which started after 8:30pm. More>>
Driving along Lincolnway between Bighorn Avenue and College Drive is going to continue causing headaches… at least for another couple of weeks. More>>
With spring here and the official start of summer just around the corner, Cheyenne Regional Medical Center is focusing on one of the nation's most commonly reported public health problems, dog bites. More>>
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