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Patrolling F.E. Warren Security Forces Help Put Out House Fire
Two Air Force airmen from F.E. Warren Air Force Base helped get a family out of a burning house.
BLM Closes Muddy Mountain Road – Possibly for Season
The road stays open each winter for snowmobile use on designated state trails.
Man Severely Burned After Falling Into Yellowstone Hot Spring
First-responders detected that Siemers was possibly under the influence of alcohol, the release says.
Authorities Link Vehicle Stolen in Laramie to Wyoming Escapees
Green and Simpson both remain at large.
Fremont County Authorities Seek Man Missing Since Last Week [UPDATED]
Fremont County authorities are seeking the public's help in finding a missing man believed to be in the South Pass area.
Crews Continue Battling Brush Creek Fire in Albany County
Firefighters were expected to deal with high winds through Wednesday.
LIST: More Wyoming Reservoirs Under Blue-Green Algae Advisory
Blue-green algae, or harmful cyanobacteria, can toxic to humans, pets and livestock.
Pedro Mountain Fire Exceeds 16,500 Acres; 27% Contained
A lightning strike started the fire, which is burning near Pathfinder Reservoir in Carbon County, August 24.
Casper Police: Man Smoked Marijuana Before Hitting Woman With Car
A drug recognition expert determined Wolfe was too impaired to drive a vehicle.
Another Wyoming Reservoir Placed Under Blue-Green Algae Advisory
Lakes under recreational advisories are not considered closed as the blooms may only be present in certain areas and conditions can change frequently.
Human-Caused Fire Burning in Bridger-Teton National Forest
Fire danger in the area is currently high.
Yellowstone Drowning Victim’s Remains Found and Identified
Xiang was in the Yellowstone River with two of his friends at roughly 11:45 a.m.