Feds settle man's claim to cash seized from airplane in Cody

Federal prosecutors in Wyoming have agreed to pay $25,000 to settle a Colorado man's claim to more than $250,000 cash that law enforcement seized after investigating an unregistered airplane that landed at the Cody airport in early 2014.


A group of Wyoming lawmakers are pushing for a statewide curriculum on Native American tribes.


Scott Michael Lewis and Gilbert Wayne Wiles, jr pleaded guilty in April to felony charges of operating an unregistered airplane


Bitter Cold In Place - Now the Snow is Coming!



Structure fire at CH Yarber Construction


President Obama lights National Christmas Tree for final time


Fake service dogs hurt work of real ones


Grab the sunscreen and beach towels, Wyoming football fans


Extreme Cold


Cheyenne Firefighters searching for family in need


The Cheyenne Comea Shelter prepares for a cold week


Snow Likely


Quiet Santa offers alternative for kids with special needs


New game for Wyolotto


Early-bird special begins for Wyo. state park annual passes


Arctic Cold Front pushes thru SE Wyoming on Monday


Cheyenne donates to successful Toys For Tots drive


Legalized marijuana use can mean consequences for workers


New deputy warden to start at Torrington prison


Avalanche control to shut down Teton Pass


Lucky for life game begins


Serious cold on the way Monday night


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