Laramie, Wyo. – A former state official and his wife plan to burn their marriage license on the steps of the Wyoming Capitol Building, to protest a bill moving forward in the Wyoming Legislature. If it's passed and signed by the governor, House Bill 74 would change Wyoming law to specify that the state only recognizes marriages between one man and one woman.
Cheyenne, Wyo. – Wyoming lawmakers began work on the $215 million supplemental budget on Monday. It would leave a little over a billion dollars in reserve. Some wonder if that is too much money. But Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Phil Nicholas told the Senate that the reserve should actually be much larger than it is.
Cheyenne, Wyo. – Wyoming lawmakers are questioning a decision to deny a request for several million dollars to help the state meet a possible shortfall in the Medicaid budget. The legislature's Joint Appropriations Committee discussed the cut on Monday, during a review of Wyoming's proposed supplemental budget.
Wyoming – Education has been at the top of the list, in terms of big issues this legislative session. Specifically, education and accountability. Legislators want to see improvements in student performance, but the question is how to achieve that. Wyoming Public Radio's Kathryn Flagg put that question to regular citizens, here in Laramie, and produced this story.
Wyoming – From a walk through the snow, to a preview of spring Over the next few months, we will be running a series of short portraits of Wyoming species, reported and produced by Wyoming Public Radio's Kelly Herbinson. She starts the series this week with a special story for Valentine's Day. A look at the love lives of grasshoppers.