Douglas, Wy – A small earthquake rumbled in southeast Converse County but caused no damage. The U.S. Geological Survey says the quake had a magnitude of 3.4 and was centered in a sparsely populated area about 10 miles northeast of Douglas. It occurred shortly before 6:15 Monday morning. Nancy Meyer of the Converse County Sheriff's Office says she was eating breakfast at her home on the east side of Douglas when she heard a rumble and saw mirrors in home move slightly. She called the sheriff's office where the dispatcher speculated
Rawlins, Wy – Plans to lease or drill wells in remote areas of southwest Wyoming are drawing protests from conservation groups, religious leaders, hunters, Native American groups and others. An oil and gas company is seeking approval from the Bureau of Land Management to drill four wells in the Adobe Town badlands area of the southern Red Desert near the Colorado border. On the northern end of the Red Desert, the BLM is proposing to sell leases in an area known as the Jack Morrow Hills, about 35
Laramie, Wy – This is an election for the history books in Wyoming. University of Wyoming historian Phil Roberts says voters do not usually get to choose both U-S Senators at once. "The last time that Wyoming chose two U.S. Senators at the same time was in 1894. It's an extraordinarily unusual opportunity for voters this time." The death of Senator Craig Thomas in 2007 led to the unusual situation. One of the two senate races is to fill the remaining four years of Thomas' term.
Wyoming – Commercial redevelopment in Jackson has heated up the race for the town's mayor. Taller hotels, denser housing, a four-story parking garage and new tunnel under Snow King have some citizens calling for change. Reporter Rebecca Huntington has more from Jackson.