Law enforcement, school officials and others involved with juveniles gathered at the civic center Tuesday to find out "Why Teens Kill". Phil Chalmers, America's leading authority on juvenile homicide More>>
It's long been referred to as "The Forgotten War" but Tuesday afternoon, Korean War Veterans were recognized for their service and sacrifice. More>>
As the devastation of Monday's tornado continues to be revealed, one thing that brings it close to home is student's losing their lives while taking shelter in schools. Today we talked to Laramie County More>>
Employees of #1 Properties in Cheyenne is hosting a "Wyoming Cares for Moore" collection site at the #1 Properties at their Dell Range office/parking lot at 1660 Del Range Blvd. from 3pm-9pm this afternoon/evening. More>>
Cheyenne police were called to 2825 East Lincolnway at 1am Monday morning to a reported stabbing. Officers responded to the call and found a man outside the Super Thrift who had been stabbed by another More>>
Giving to the Red Cross in Oklahoma is the safest way to ensure your money will go to the victims of the Oklahoma Tornados. More>>
Governor Mead announced today that his council on impaired driving is beginning a new statewide multi- media campaign. Created in September of 2011, the council works on ways to make Wyoming's highways More>>
The annual Back-A-Kid Breakfast will be held at 7a.m. on Tuesday morning at the Little America Hotel & Resort. In 2012, more than 500 community and business leaders attended the event and this year over More>>
It was music…dancing…and a whole lot of good food at Mount Sinai Synagogue. Community members packed the synagogue for the 8th annual Yiddish Food Festival. Patrons were entertained by a live klezmer More>>
You may have noticed more bikers than normal in Cheyenne Sunday, that's because they wre here to give back to Cheyenne's kids. High Country Motor Sports, Cheyenne Elk Lodge 660 and the Eagle's Nest all More>>
One of Cheyenne's most popular summer acts is gearing up for the season… that's right.. that's the sound of the Cheyenne Gunslingers. They held a dress rehearsal Sunday as they get ready to entertain crowds More>>
Saturday was International Museum Day and to celebrate it the CFD Museum offered free admission to the public. International Museum Day was created in 1977 to provide a reminder to Governments and the More>>
The parking lot was jam packed as Menard's kicked off its grand opening celebration Saturday. The 10 day celebration will be every day until May 27th. Menard's will be offering daily prize giveaways and More>>
Every year since 1950, Americans have celebrated Armed Force3s Day. Saturday marked the 64th annual celebration. Wyoming's armed forces were out at Frontier Mall interacting with the community. Kids More>>
Warm weather, a Bar-B-Q and a dunk tank provided the entertainment this afternoon at Clear Creek Park near the Animal Shelter. That was Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak plunging into the water. People More>>
Cheyenne families gathered in Lions park Saturday, each of them sharing the common bond of having lost a baby or child or having a child cared for in a neonatal intensive care unit. Saturday's March More>>
Starting Monday, Cheyenne's Urban Forestry division will begin spraying for bark beetles throughout the city.
Spraying will go from 4 a.m. to noon each work day, starting with trees in Lions Park. More>>
NEEDS Incorporated got some new wheels Friday afternoon. Midas owner, Nick Dodgson, handed over the keys to three vans. Dodgson recently replaced the courtesy shuttles at his Cheyenne, Fort Collins and More>>
Twelve of Wyoming's top young artists were at the Capitol Friday to show off their artwork. Kids third through fifth grade from around the state were asked to make bookmarks showing the importance of More>>
Many Americans will celebrate Armed Forces Day Saturday. To Pay tribute to the men and women in uniform who have served and are currently serving our country, Governor Mead signed a proclamation to mark More>>
When you think of reppelling in Wyoming… Devils Tower or Vedauwoo may come to mind. But what about the state capitol? As part of a study to restore and rehabilitate the building, Vertical Access is repelling More>>
The torch for the 2013 Wyoming Special Olympics Summer Games made its way to the Capitol Building steps in Cheyenne Thursday morning. Cheyenne's Special Olympians gathered there to welcome the torches More>>
shortly after 11:00 Thursday morning, a semi-trailer full of construction trash tipped over on the westbound I-80 on-ramp at College Ave. More>>
The 74th annual Wyoming Trucking Association (WTA) Convention shifted into high gear Thursday. Speaking to the general membership, Governor Mead stressed the importance of maintain our roads, which he More>>
Cheyenne's 8th annual Depot Days begins this weekend.
The Depot has been working hard to prepare for this year's event and has plenty of things planned for the public. More>>
A scary moment for a pilot in Pine Bluffs early Wednesday afternoon.
Mark Nardin of Circle-S Aviation lost control of his single engine Cessna 188 and crashed into a field about two miles west of the Pine Bluffs Municipal Airport at approximately 11 a.m.
The plane did not catch on fire and no chemicals were on board. Nardin walked away from the crash and sustained no injuries. More>>
The weather couldn't have been much better today for Governor Mead to sign a proclamation declaring June as Great Outdoors month. A large crowd, including about fifty students from Hobbs Elementary, gathered More>>
Ambulances lined 24th Avenue in front of the capitol this morning, but not for any emergencies.Next week is National Emergency Medical Services Week and to help draw attention Governor Mead signed a formal More>>
Earlier today Governor Mead revealed his energy strategy for Wyoming. The state leads the nation in energy exports but until now the it hasn't really had a comprehensive plan when it comes to addressing More>>
Abduction of 3 year-old boy foiled by care-giver More>>
Parents, teachers, students, school administrators and public officials. All of them were in downtown Cheyenne Saturday morning for an anti-bullying march. More>>
Cheyenne area law enforcement agencies hosted the second annual Wyoming Fallen Peace Officer's Memorial Saturday afternoon. More>>
In less than two weeks, an important vote on the Boy Scouts of America's membership policy will take place.
If the vote passes it will allow openly gay youth to be admitted as scouts.
One father and son duo is riding halfway across the country to show their support for passing of the new policy. More>>
The latest Scam is in your Mailbox PLEASE CONTACT THE WYOMING ATTORNEY GENERALS OFFICE AT (307) 777-7847. More>>
Cheyenne's west end project received a huge boost Thursday thanks to the Environmental Protection Agency in the form of a grant for $1 million. More>>
Mayor Rick Kaysen says his budget proposal is moving closer to being finalized.
His proposed budget of $54.6 million would include a 7% utility rate increase, a 3.4% increase for sanitation services and a 2.25% pay increase for non-uniformed city employees and police officers. More>>
The results are in. Cheyenne's Board of Public Utilities has released the latest results for Cheyenne's water quality.
According to the report, Cheyenne's drinking water is safe and water quality meets or exceeds federal and local drinking water standards. More>>
As the years go by, fewer people remain that have experienced landmark moments in our history.
The Holocaust is one of those moments and while few survivors remain, one was at East High School Wednesday to give her first hand account. More>>
The Wyoming Business Alliance's 2013 Economic Outlook Tour hit Cheyenne Wednesday.
Cheyenne is one of a dozen stops around the state to discuss how to strengthen economic development in Wyoming. More>>
The Women's Civic League of Cheyenne celebrated its 65th anniversary today with the theme "Strength of Sisterhood." The league began in 1948 with five women. Today, they have over two hundred and fifty. More>>
This week is "School Nutrition Employee" week. School nutrition employees must balance many roles and follow a number of federal, state and local regulations to ensure that every school lunch offers students More>>
There are reports that S.W.A.T. and Laramie County Sheriff's deputies were dispatched to 3610 Victoria Drive in northeast Cheyenne early this morning.News channel 5 spoke with one of the neighbors and More>>
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