CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A cargo plane crash in Iraq has injured a Wyoming Air National Guard member. Wyoming Military Department and U.S.-led coalition officials say the C-130 crewed by seven Wyoming Air National Guard members had 26 passengers on board when it overshot a runway and crashed into a wall Monday at Camp Taji north of Baghdad. Four people were hurt including the Wyoming Air National Guard member. None of the injuries was life-threatening. U.S. military officials don’t suspect hostile activity but say they’re investigating. It wasn’t a Wyoming plane despite having Wyoming Air National Guard for its crew.
WDOC 10-30-20 On Monday October 26, 2020 the Wyoming Department of Corrections (WDOC) conducted routine monitoring Covid-19 testing of staff and inmates at the Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp in Newcastle. The results from those 296 […]
By Kari Eakins – 19 Nov ’14 Local law enforcement has a new tool to combat impaired driving. A DUI Task Force command vehicle was introduced to the public on Friday. Click to advance slideshow. “We […]
by Keith Kelley–19 May ’21 Wyoming senior thrower Colton Paller set a personal best mark while winning the discus last weekend at the Mountain West Conference meet. Paller’s throw of 189 feet is sixth-best in […]