KCWY News13 | Casper, Wyoming | News, Weather, Sports

International

Zimbabwe ruling party looks toward impeachment


UPDATE: Zimbabwe ruling party pursues urgent meeting


UN chief welcomes efforts on Zimbabwe crisis


UN chief calls for calm, restraint in Zimbabwe


UPDATE: Earthquake on Iran-Iraq border kills over 400


People pay tribute to French terror attack victims


UN chief to urge action at climate conference


Senate committee backs new sanctions targeting North Korea


Defector: US strike would trigger automatic NK retaliation


Japan PM to fully discuss North Korea with President Trump


White House: President Trump will not visit DMZ during Asia trip


Iran says talks unlikely without change in US behavior


UPDATE - Spain's PM gets the power to take over Catalonia


Kenya police, protesters clash during election as 3 killed


UPDATE - Secretary of State Tillerson defends new refugee screening process


UPDATE - New screenings to start for all US-bound airline passengers


Russia vetoes extending Syria chemical weapons inspectors


UPDATE - IS militants came to Syrian town with hit list


Load More Stories
 
More Weather

NBC News Headlines

N.Y. Times reporter suspended after misconduct accusations

The New York Times has suspended prominent political reporter Glenn Thrush following accusations of sexual misconduct, the paper said on Monday.

Keystone XL pipeline gets approval from Nebraska regulator

The Keystone XL pipeline was approved by a Nebraska regulator on Monday, but the commission nixed TransCanada's preferred route and approved an alternate one.

Border Patrol agent dies after being injured in Texas

Authorities were searching Texas' Big Bend area for potential suspects and witnesses after a U.S. Border Protection agent was fatally injured while on patrol.

U.S. bombs Taliban drug plants in new Afghan strategy

The bombing of opium processing plants is the latest phase of President Donald Trump's new South Asia strategy, along with adding about 3,000 troops.

Here are the men accused of sexual misconduct since Weinstein

Sen. Al Franken and Jeffrey Tambor have become the latest public figures to be accused of sexual misconduct.

Inside Edition