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Update on Laramie Crash: Utah Man Dies, Three Hospitalized
This marked the 123 fatality on Wyoming’s highways in 2019 compared to 86 in 2018, 109 in 2017, and 91 in 2016 to date.
Brush Creek Fire Southwest of Douglas Grows to 470 Acres
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Casper Woman Faces 81 Counts of Animal Cruelty, Charges Relating to Hoarding
City Attorney John Henley said these are all misdemeanors each punishable by a fine of up to $750. There is no jail punishment.
Blackjewel Still Seeking Funding to Reopen Mines in Campbell County
The attorneys for Blackjewel said they expect to provide another status report by Wednesday.
Wyoming Congressional Delegation Comments on Mine Closures, Layoffs
U.S. Sens. John Barrasso and Mike Enzi called the layoffs heartbreaking.
University of Wyoming to Name Acting President This Summer
UW board of trustees Chairman Dave True has consistently refused this week to explain the board's decision to not renew Nichols' contract.
Wyoming Medical Center Began Security Changes Immediately After March 4 Shooting
Wyoming Medical Center shooting suspect Mitchell Taylor has yet to appear for his arraignment in Natrona County District Court.
Former Rawlins Doctor Accused of Massive Prescription Fraud
On Aug. 18, 2018, Cesko voluntarily relinquished his physician license.
Drunk Casper Woman Arrested After Inflatable Snowman Scuffle
Alexis Burns appeared uninjured but very intoxicated.
UPDATE: Riverton Police — One Death a Suicide; Two Deaths ‘Suspicious’
The Riverton Police Department has called the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation for assistance.
Man Pleads Guilty to Burning Albany County GOP Office
Kellen Sorber's sentencing is set for March 15.
CenturyLink Internet Services Appear to be Restored In Wyoming
CenturyLink said in a Facebook post that it is working to restore service.