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Toe The Line Or Do The Time: Wyoming Judge Sentences Colorado Doctor For Medicare Fraud
For nearly five years, Dr. Michael Thomas created bogus medical records that falsely reported clinical evidence to justify Medicare coverage for nail debridements.
‘A Day Of Reckoning’ Is At Hand For Casper (in 1926)
Boxes in the vault in the City Treasurer's Office were piled full of warrants, Coupons, Bonds, Checks and miscellaneous papers without any semblance of order.
Speakers: The Casper Community Needs To Change Culture About Sexual Assault
Self-Help Center Director Jennifer Dyer said sexual assault victims already endure the shame of guilt and being blamed for what happened to them.
Casper City Council Passes 2017-2018 Budget, Despite Reservations
Mayor Kenyne Humphrey said she asked council members to not make a lot of last-minute changes to the budget on Tuesday.
Wyoming House Welcomes Rep. Clark Stith Of Rock Springs
Rep. Clark Stith, R-Rock Springs, will replace former Rep. Mark Baker on the House Judiciary Committee.
BLM Sells Permits For Cutting Firewood On Muddy Mountain
All available areas and individual trees will be designated and marked by BLM prior to the sale.
Chief Wyoming Federal Judge Sentences Five Men
The Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation investigated three of these cases.
Suspects in Casper Arson, Burglary Bound Over For Trial
The house where the burglary and arson occurred is owned by a man who has a security company. The house is used for storage and a place for sales people to stay.
Judge Keeps $500,000 Bond For West-side Casper Standoff Suspect
Judge Michael Patchen agreed to hold the preliminary hearing for Zachary Lovelace in a couple of weeks.
Casper Late Night Standoff Suspect Bound Over For Trial
Eads' arraignment in district court will be set later. He remains in custody on a $500,000 bond.
Wyoming Highway Patrol Investigates Fatality East Of Casper [UPDATED]
The victim is a male, age unknown.
Judge Denies Bond Reduction For Man, Teen Accused Of Burglary [VIDEO]
In an interview with police, Demond Harris said he and his sister were stranded in Casper after resigning from a door-to-door sales team.