Yellowstone National Park, WY – Thirteen people have been charged with immigration violations after traffic stops in Yellowstone National Park. It all began with a D-U-I checkpoint Thursday afternoon on Highway 191 in the park. Park rangers didn't catch any drunken drivers. However, they did report catching 13 foreigners who were in the country illegally. Park officials say Immigration and Customs Enforcement will handle the cases of the people facing immigration violations.
Laramie, WY – After three school shootings in a one-week period across the country, schools in Wyoming are re-thinking safety. Superintendent of Schools Jim McBride is asking all school districts to review their emergency plans. He says some Wyoming schools may want to make changes to their everyday procedures. "I've been to a number of schools where for ventilation or just for the fresh air aspect of it they'll prop a door open on the side that's not monitored," he said. "I think those days are slowly slipping away," McBride added.
Laramie, WY – This Sunday the tram at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort will take its final voyage. It's the longest tram in North America and has ferried skiers and tourists up the mountain for 40 years. Sunday it will take a load of tourists and dignitaries up to mark its closure. Resort President Jerry Blann says he'll be on the last tram and he knows it has meant a lot to the resort and community. He says they will have a new, larger tram up and running in 2008, and engineers will use the old tram to build it.