Cheyenne, Wyo. – State regulators say oil and gas companies are working hard to avoid violating federal air pollution standards in southwest Wyoming this coming winter.
Last winter, the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality issued its first ever ozone alerts because of pollution in the Pinedale area. Officials say emissions from two nearby natural gas fields combined with unique meteorological conditions to create ozone.
Laramie, Wyo. – Some gun enthusiasts say they're afraid a Barack Obama Administration will ban so-called assault weapons, so they're buying a lot more of them now in the run-up to the election.
Command Surplus in Florida is a distributor to gun shops around the country, including shops in Wyoming. Daniel Posner is a partner in the firm. He says sales of assault-style weapons have increased by about 30 percent in the last three months.
Laramie, Wyo. – More than 27-thousand people in Wyoming have already voted for president.
Less than two weeks before Election Day, officials say the state will likely surpass the number of absentee ballots cast in previous elections. State Election Director Peggy Nighswonger says more than 42-thousand absentee ballots were requested, and about 11 percent have already been counted.