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‘High On Life’ Vloggers Who Broke National Park Rules Die In British Columbia
The two men died when trying to save the girlfriend of one of the two after she fell into a pool on the third-tallest waterfall in British Columbia.
Primary Absentee Voting Begins Friday
For more information about absentee voting statewide, visit the Wyoming Secretary of State's website.
Natrona Commission Gives Sheriff’s Office Go-ahead For Pay Raises
The Natrona County Sheriff is elected, compared to the Casper Police Chief who is hired by the city manager.
Casper City Council Kills Proposed Property Maintenance Code
Mayor Ray Pacheco said the council's reversal after the first reading on June 19 was the result of the overwhelming community discussion and opposition.
Investigation: Former Catholic Bishop Hart Allegedly Sexually Abused Boys
Beginning in 1989, several men alleged that Bishop Joseph Hart sexually abused them years earlier when he was a priest in Kansas City and they were boys.
BLM Urges Caution With Fire On Public Lands During July 4th
Wildland fires can be started by campfires, shooting, motorized equipment, vehicles, trailer chains and other causes.
Yellowstone National Park: Be Safe On July Fourth
Boardwalks take you to amazing places, but hot springs can be deadly.
Police Investigate Auto Burglaries In Mid-Casper
Police have no suspects.
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.