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UPDATE: CenturyLink Internet Outages Impact Wyoming Cities; Some 911 Services Affected
The areas most affected nationwide include Seattle, Salt Lake City, Boise, Idaho, Denver and Minneapolis.
Wheatland School Reported Bomb Threat; No Device Was Found
The Platte County Sheriff’s Department assisted the Wyoming Highway Patrol.
Yellowstone’s Winter Season Starts Saturday
Select roads are open for motorized oversnow travel.
Federal Judge Detains Man Charged With Burning Albany County GOP Office
Kellen Sorber posed a flight risk.
Wyoming U.S. Attorney Appoints Federal Election Officer
Federal law contains special protections for the rights of voters to mark their own ballots or be assisted by a person of their choice.
Man Charged With Burning Albany County GOP Headquarters Set For Court
The initial appearance is set in Cheyenne via a telephone conference call with U.S. Magistrate Judge Mark Carman from the Yellowstone Justice Center.
Former Albany Co. Coroner: Matt Shepard Death Was Hate Crime; Not Drug-Related
The autopsy said the cause of death multiple injuries from blunt trauma to the head and face.
Former Wyoming Catholic Bishop Faces Third Child Abuse Allegation
The diocese reported the allegation to the Cheyenne Police Department and is cooperating with its investigation.
Oregon Man Sentenced To More Than Four Months In Jail For Hazing Bison, Other Crimes
The case began July 28 when he was arrested by rangers in Grand Teton National Park on a drunk and disorderly conduct incident.
First of Five Casper Meth Conspiracy Defendants Sentenced In Federal Court
The case started last summer when the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation was investigating a drug trafficking organization in Wyoming and Colorado.
Natrona County Sheriff Offers Rattlesnake Safety Reminders
Carefully inspect logs or rocks before picking them up or sitting down to avoid accidentally disturbing a rattlesnake.
Natrona District Judge: Richardson/McMurry Records Stay Sealed
In his order, Natrona County District Court Judge Thomas Sullins wrote the Public Records Act has the goal of disclosure and not secrecy, but there is an exception.