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Governor Matt Mead announces the launch of a new website to help expand Wyoming's economy. The website, Economically Needed Diversity options for Wyoming, was created amongst a deal with the Wyoming Business Council and Wyoming Office of Tourism.



Monday, we reported about spikes in Rocky Mountain Power bills with reactions from customers and Rocky Mountain officials. Today (Friday), we followed up on the story, and were able to reach the Wyoming Public Service Commission secretary to see their reaction.


Wildlife refuge officials reported a man with a drone caused 1,500 elk to stampede half a mile through the snow.


Bowl for Jason's Friends Returns March 4th


Carrie Good Faces Prison Time for Embezzlement


Behind the photo: A firefighter's past, present and future


Business Diversity Website


Snow Forces Schools to Dismiss Early


The Show Goes: No Sweat for Regional Ball


Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming Launched


New Wyo Plates Rolled Out Across the 307


Yellowstone Seasonal Workers Approved for Hire this Summer


Life expectancy on the rise


Wyoming Student Surprised by Google!


Photo of the Day: Friday 'Chill Out'


Budget Cuts Could Hurt Drug Courts Good Work


Small Business Getting Backing From Mead and Enzi


Service Animal Bill Moves to the Senate for Approval


Don Johns Sentenced to Life in Prison without Parole


Casper Council Approves Purchase of Traffic Detection System


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Oscars Screwup: 'Moonlight' Wins After Award Given to 'La La Land'

A minute or two into the 'La La Land' cast and crew's celebration, producer Jordan Horowitz asked for quiet and said the real winner was 'Moonlight.'

How Did 'Moonlight' Mix-Up Happen? PwC Apologizes for Oscars Blunder

The show's accountancy firm, PricewaterhouseCoopers, known as PwC, quickly issued a mea culpa and promised a full investigation into what happened.

'The Susan Lucci of the Oscars' Finally Wins — on 21st Nomination

The 21st time was the charm for Hollywood sound mixer extraordinaire Kevin O'Connell who finally made his first trip to the stage at the Oscars.

Suspect Charged After Truck Injures 28 at Mardi Gras Parade

"How no one was killed was a miracle," said Gino Ascani, a New Orleans firefighter who was at the scene.

See the First 'Ring of Fire' Solar Eclipse of the Year

Skywatchers in the Southern Hemisphere were treated with a partial solar eclipse that turns the sun into a "ring of fire."

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