Cheyenne, Wy – Wyoming residents who heat their homes with natural gas are in for some big bills this winter. Figures released by the state Public Service Commission show natural gas rates will increase an average of 32 percent statewide this winter. Most people in Wyoming heat their residential homes with natural gas. PSC secretary and chief counsel Chris Petrie says rates change every day but it's likely people will be paying more this winter than last winter mainly because of the higher price for natural gas
Cheyenne, Wyo. – With just days to go before the Wyoming primary, two Republican candidates vying for the state's lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives are turning up the heat with negative ads.
A TV commercial paid for by the campaign of Mark Gordon implies fellow candidate Cynthia Lummis would worsen the nation's problems if elected. The ad shows a little girl in a sandbox digging herself into a hole.
Wyoming – Addie Goss reports part two of our series on workers compensation issues. Some workers say their treatments are being put on hold while the workers compensation division investigates their claims.
Wyoming – Bob Beck talks with a school official in Sheridan County about the Wyoming Department of Education's recent standardized test scores. Sue Belish says she is lukewarm about the benefits of the statewide test.