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Natrona District Court Judge Denies John Knospler DNA Test Request
John Knospler, convicted of second-degree murder unsuccessfully appealed the conviction to the Wyoming Supreme Court.
Wyoming Highway Patrol Trooper Injured During Chase, Utah Man In Custody
The DCI is investigating the incident.
Mills Man Sentenced For Federal Firearms Crime; Was Previously Sentenced For Meth
The federal firearms case arose from his involvement in a multi-state drug trafficking ring supplied by a foreign drug cartel.
Michigan Man Pleads Guilty To Smuggling, Hiring Illegal Aliens In Casper
Conrado Badillo helped pay for three aliens to be smuggled into the United States, at $7,500 each.
Parking Study: Casper Has The Spaces, Needs To Use Them Better
People don't go downtown to park. They go downtown for shopping, entertaining, food and work.
Yellowstone Park Visitors Spent $500M In Nearby Communities
Nationwide, 330 million park visitors directly spent $18.2 billion within 60 miles of a national park.
Casper Mayor Calls For Prayer For City After Shooting
The Casper Police officer remains in critical condition.
UPDATE: Casper Doctor Sentenced To 20-30 Years In Prison For Sexual Assault
In February, Paul Harnetty pleaded guilty to attempted possession of the synthetic steroid Nandrolone, a felony.
Casper City Council Eyes Possible Jail For Underage Drinking
The Supreme Court said a municipal court cannot place a defendant only on probation for an offense that has not been made punishable by a jail or prison sentence.
Lawsuit Alleges Wyoming Whiskey Saddled With Debt, Seeks Buyer
The company was incorporated in 2006, and unveiled its first batch in December 2012.
Ex-Casper Councilman Hedquist Appeals Lawsuit Against City, Former Police Chief
Former City Council member Craig Hedquist's appeal to the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals marks the latest in the long-running dispute with the city and Chris Walsh.
Wyoming Supreme Court Won’t Hear Tony Cercy Petition About Verdict
Wyoming Chief Justice E. James Burke signed the order on Monday.