People showing up in police custody for alcohol consumption have been drinking a lot.
There’s growing consensus that police officers are tasked with responding to mental health calls that would be better for counselors to work on. Jackson Police Chief Michelle Weber has a novel idea for a response to that problem.
After hearing three days of testimony in the Wyoming State Bar’s disciplinary case against former Teton County deputy prosecutor Becket Hinckley, a bar panel found Hinckley violated seven rules of professional conduct and will recommend to the Wyoming Supreme Court that he be disbarred.
The dispatch center that responds to 911 calls in Teton County is close to being fully staffed at the start of budget season.
Judges and attorneys from Montana and Wyoming will guide a live panel discussion on Wyoming PBS this week, hoping to provide historical context and rules of law when it comes to judicial decisions.
A treasure hunter was sentenced to prison and ordered to pay more than $30,000 in restitution for damaging archeological resources in Yellowstone National Park.
An Idaho man arrested for felony drug possession was sentenced Tuesday to undergo treatment for his addiction, with the possibility of prison time.
An online auction that some locals organized for stabbing victim and longtime Jackson resident Benjamin Sánchez Nieto raised $4,300 to help him recover, according to Adriene Henderson, who helped lead the effort.
Benjamin Sánchez Nieto is reminded of that night every time he takes off his shirt and sees the jagged scar where the knife went in — on the left side of his chest, not far from his heart.
A law enforcement committee made up of government officials, nonprofit leaders and residents told county commissioners on Monday that Teton County should support a continued effort to look at interactions between police, human services and people in crisis.
PINEDALE — After changing her hearing dates in Circuit Court, Jade S. Jewkes, of Jackson, waived her right to a preliminary hearing and will face two aggravated homicide felony charges in the Ninth District Court.
A snowboarder buried Thursday afternoon in an avalanche in the Togwotee Pass area died at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center later that day.
Public health and law enforcement officials are fed up with some people and businesses that have been disregarding mask orders, and they say they’re ready to start ticketing those who can’t follow the rules.
A 24-year-old Minnesota man died Wednesday after wrecking his snowmobile on Togwotee Pass near Holmes Cave, Teton County Search and Rescue said.