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Weather Service Issues Winter Weather Advisory For Much Of Wyoming
Bitterly cold temperatures will return next Thursday and Friday, with afternoon highs in the teens and overnight lows 0 to 5 degrees.
Rocky Mountain Power Warns Of Electric Bill Scam In Wyoming
If you still have concerns about the legitimacy of a call, you can call the company's published 24-hour, toll-free customer service number, 1-888-221-7070.
Yellowstone National Park Welcomes Winter Visitors
Yellowstone National Park officials urge visitors come prepared with personal emergency survival equipment.
Downtown Casper Parking Study Begins
Representatives of the Kimley-Horn consulting firm will visit Casper during the coming months to talk to civic leaders, business owners and residents about their parking concerns,
Judge Sentences Prescription Drug Conspiracy Defendant
Another defendant appeared for a probation revocation hearing.
Casper City Council Straw Poll Taps Ray Pacheco For Mayor, Charlie Powell For Vice Mayor
Ray Pacheco was elected to Casper City Council in 2014.
Casper Hotel-Conference Center Would Need $30 Million In Public Funding
Three businesses placed their bids for the Ash Street properties (all exceeding their appraised values) on time and made their presentations to city council last month.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Five For Drug, Gun, Child Pornography Crimes
A Cheyenne man will spend 25 years in prison for methamphetamine conspiracy and carrying a firearm during a drug trafficking crime.
High-Speed Casper-Glenrock-Casper Chase Suspect Pleads Guilty
Among the crimes during the chase, Eads entered the home of an elderly woman in Glenrock, assaulted her, stole her keys and drove her car through a garage wall.
New Casper Police Chief Takes Oath Of Office
New Casper Police Chief Keith McPheeters is a 25-year veteran of the Farmington, N.M., Police Department.
Casper Events Center Announces Enhanced Security For Foo Fighters Concert
Security will be serious.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Four For Firearms Crimes
The two men sentenced for being illegal aliens were arrested in Natrona County.