Jackson, Wy – A magnitude 4.6 earthquake has hit northwest Wyoming, apparently triggering a landslide on a hiking trail, but no injuries have been reported. The U.S. Geological Survey says the quake hit at about 11:45 a.m. Sunday. Bridger-Teton National Forest spokeswoman Mary Cernicek says rangers are investigating reports that a landslide covered about a quarter-mile of a trail in the national forest about 20 miles northeast of Jackson.
LARAMIE, wy – Wyoming's revenue estimating group says that the state's revenue picture should continue to improve. The forecast shows that the state should have 92 million dollars more than previously budgeted by the legislature.
Consensus revenue estimating group co-chairman Buck McVeigh says the improving energy industry is behind the increased numbers. He says the revenue picture really picked up this summer
LARAMIE, wyo – Republicans and Democrats are taking different approaches to the final stretch before the election. The G-O-P candidates running for statewide office are all traveling together for the next eight days. The chairman of the state Republican Party is Diana Vaughn. She says she's confident Republicans will win but she hopes this tour will energize the base.
WASHINGTON – In an effort to change America's lagging status in the broadband global market the Federal Communications Commission is implementing an expansive plan that aims to deliver services to 100 million U.S. households over the next decade. 42 thousand households in Wyoming lack broadband connections with the standard speed set by the FCC. A new government accountability report showed implementation of the National Broadband Plan will be challenging. Sara Sciammacco reports from Washington.