Wyoming – Wyoming is still the envy of many states when it comes to employment. But this state is not immune to the economic downturn. Joan Evans, the Director of the Department of Workforce Services, joins host Elsa Partan.
Wyoming – Sadie Babits of the Environment report tells us that hunters have been using lead bullets for decades to kill game with little, if any, side effects. But new research finds that hunters may need to use more caution when choosing their bullets.
Wyoming – It's stalking awareness month, and Wyoming officials are asking people to pay attention. They say one in 12 women will be stalked in their lifetime. Bob Beck speaks with Safe Project Director Kelly Collini and Mike Ernst of the Laramie Police Department.
Wyoming – A 10-member task force of early childhood development professionals has put together a free book for new parents. "You and Your Baby" shows parents ways to interact to improve babies' development. Retired professor of early childhood education Peggy Cooney is the chair of the task force. She joins Elsa Partan in the studio.
Cheyenne, WY – The Wyoming Department of Health says health care facilities in the state reported 43 accidents and errors last year, two of which resulted in death.
The analysis says health care facilities reported 25 injuries associated with a fall, two deaths resulting from falls, 11 medication errors, three cases of serious bed sores and two patients sexually assaulted. It also found there were two surgeries that resulted in foreign objects accidentally left in a body. The latest results don't vary much from the two previous years.