Laramie, WY – The Libertarian candidate running for Wyoming's seat in the US House of Representatives says going after corporate executives is the best way to restore confidence in the nation's economy.
Cheyenne, Wyo. – A consultant for the state says Wyoming should not miss this train.
Consultant David Simpson says if Colorado goes ahead with a proposed high-speed passenger rail system, Wyoming would be almost foolish not to link into the system.
Colorado is considering investing more than $10 billion in commuter rail on the Front Range and into the mountains on the Interstate 70 corridor. Promoters of the project envision a high-speed rail system from Casper to south of Albuquerque.
Laramie, Wyo. – Game officials are more confident that a deadly disease might not have long-term impacts on elk herds.
Since 2002, researchers have been studying a group of 40 elk infected with chronic wasting disease. The department's Eric Keszler says CWD is always fatal. But the study found that infected animals can live for five years or more before they die. And that gives them plenty of time to breed and keep herd populations strong.