Teton Valley residents are working to get a measure on the 2024 ballot to change leadership in the red state.
Now voters have to show proof of residency during registration, which critics say makes voting less accessible.
Controversial language, which drew a large crowd to the Cheyenne meeting, didn’t align with the Joint Education Committee’s interim priorities, contributing to its demise.
The state will have to explain how the near-total and medical abortion laws protect Wyomingites’ public health and welfare.
The state legislature was the first in the nation to explicitly outlaw medication abortions earlier this year.
Law enforcement say ‘Falcons’ are intended to catch criminals through license plate data, but civil rights advocates have privacy concerns.
It’s the second time the town has had an official Pride Month, but the first time it’s put money towards it.
A Teton County judge denied the request today from Secretary Gray and others to defend the state’s near-total abortion ban, currently blocked during litigation.
KHOL reporter travels to Germany to see her family become part of the world’s largest decentralized memorial, honoring victims of the Holocaust.