Worland, WY – County prosecutors from around Wyoming say they have strong concerns about Gov. Matt Mead's proposal to create a unified juvenile court system. Gary Hartman is Mead's justice policy adviser. Hartman told members of the Legislature's Joint Judiciary Committee in Worland on Thursday that the state needs to establish a single court system to handle nearly all juvenile cases.
Miss "V" The Gypsy Cowbelle returned to WPR for conversation and music on April 21st. She talked about her small role in the new Robert Redford movie "The Conspirator" and played her song Mary Surratt.
Sacramento, CA – Horse protection advocates have claimed a rare legal victory as part of a larger effort to end federal roundups of free-roaming mustangs on public lands in the western United States. A federal judge in Sacramento ruled on Wednesday that In Defense of Animals and others can move forward with their lawsuit accusing the Bureau of Land Management of violating U.S. laws that protect the animals on the range. Judge Morrison England Jr. denied BLM's motion to dismiss the suit based on claims it is moot because the specific roundup in
Grand Teton National Park – Rescuers have narrowed their search for two men missing since they set out on skis to climb in the Tetons last weekend. Officials say 27-year-old Walker Kuhl of Salt Lake City and 31-year-old Gregory Seftick of Columbia Falls, Mont., went up Garnet Canyon on the east side of the Tetons Saturday and were supposed to return Sunday. They were reported missing Monday. Grand Teton National Park spokeswoman Jackie Skaggs says teams have narrowed the search area and are looking at an area in the
Jackson, WY – Rescue teams on skis and in a helicopter searched in deep snow Tuesday for two men who were missing in Grand Teton National Park. Thirty-year-old Walter Kuhl of Salt Lake City and 31-year-old Gregory Seftick of Columbia Falls, Mont., were last seen near the entrance of Garnet Canyon on Saturday afternoon. They were supposed to return Sunday but were reported missing after Kuhl didn't show up at work on Monday. On Tuesday, four teams of four people each skied into the Tetons while a helicopter searched from the sky between snow squalls. Two