Washington, DC – Advocates for infrastructure, like highways, say Wyoming could stand to gain from President Obama's new infrastructure plan. Still, it won't be an easy sell in Congress. Manuel Quinones reports from Washington.
Laramie, WY – The forest fire burning in the Medicine Bow National Forest is now 65 percent contained. The blaze which is now mostly smoldering has burned a total of 130 acres and no structures. Roads in the area are open, but there is a no unnecessary travel advisory because of all the equipment and crews working in the area. This is about 30 miles west of Laramie near Fox Park.
Glendo, Wy – A kayaker is missing at Glendo State Park. State Parks Spokesman Gary Schoene says the 21-year-old Cheyenne man was reported missing at about 11 p.m. Sunday. Schoene said the search was suspended Tuesday night and will resume Wednesday morning. Authorities aren't releasing the man's name yet. Schoene says the man went out in a kayak after 9 p.m. Sunday to try to retrieve a pontoon boat that had drifted away. The man was in the southeastern part of Glendo, near the dam. Water conditions were choppy at the time.