Wyoming – In Wyoming and across the country, child abuse continues to be a serious problem. The Children's Advocacy Centers of Wyoming were formed to help address it, and assist with prosecution in abuse cases. The organization's Heather Ross joins Wyoming Public Radio's Bob Beck to explain the scope of the problem.
Wyoming – Wyoming seems poised to institute new and far-reaching policies that will affect education in the state. This comes as lawmakers review school funding and embark on a debate about accountability in education. Wyoming Public Radio's Renny MacKay has more.
Cheyenne, Wy – A threat by the state of Wyoming to sell off two square miles of land inside Grand Teton National Park may be resolved today with a vote. Top Wyoming officials including Gov. Dave Freudenthal are scheduled to vote on a plan under which the federal government would buy the state land piece by piece over several years. Wyoming has owned the pristine land in Jackson Hole since statehood. The state leases the land for grazing, bringing in little money compared to what the state could get by selling the