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Wyoming Supreme Court Rejects Appeal Of Mills’ Man Conviction Of Multiple Felonies
Doyle Gabbert, who is serving a 57-73 year prison sentence, went on a three-day crime spree in August 2016.
Town Of Mills Starts Its Own Animal Control Program; Leaves Metro
The Town Council has passed new Animal Control Codes on second reading and is receiving public comments this month as these codes are considered again.
Wyoming Highway Patrol Chase On I-25 Ends With Three Arrests
The driver and two passengers are from Colorado.
New Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice Is Announced
Chief Justice Michael Davis will serve as the chairman of the Board of Judicial Policy and chairman of the Judicial Nominating Commission.
Casper City Council Splits On Support For Property Maintenance Code
The city receives complaints from people concerned that nearby dilapidated, unkempt and unsafe properties are driving down their own property values.
Trial Continues For Casper Man Accused Of Assaulting Vulnerable Adult
The trial will resume at 9:30 a.m. Friday.
Casper College Offers New Programs In Sign Language, Kinesiology, Cybersecurity
The revamped cyber security degree program trains students to find and remove data from digital media and protect computer information systems from malignant uses.
Casper City Council Approves Budget; CATC Hopes To Restore $115,000 For Public Transit
The Casper City Council and the Casper Area Transportation Coalition will be working to find ways to restore the $115,000 budget cut.
GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Foster Friess Opens State Headquarters In Casper
Republican gubernatorial candidate has hired a former employee of i360, a data processing company backed in part by the Koch brothers.
BLM Offers Wildfire Prevention Tips For Wyoming Residents
Operating unauthorized unmanned aircraft system (drone) flights over or near a wildfire endanger the lives of pilots, firefighters and the public.
Head Of Wyoming Independent Living Warns Of City’s Proposed Budget Cut To CATC
The head of Wyoming Independent Living said saving some money on one side doesn't always translate into larger savings overall.
Casper Closes Mike Sedar Aqua Park For Repairs This Week
The Aqua Park is tentatively scheduled for Friday.