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Our Cheyenne news staff. Amy Richards is news director, with reporting from Doug Randall, Kari Eakins, Karen Snyder, Daniel Sandoval, Sharon Fain and Ahren Broad.

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Senator’s Enzi and Barrasso Support Stop IRS Targeting Bill [AUDIO]

Senator's Mike Enzi and John Barrasso, both (R-WY), recently joined 36 of their Republican colleagues in introducing "The Stop Targeting Political Beliefs by the IRS Act." The Wyoming Republican Party says they will move their State headquarters from Casper to Cheyenne

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College Board Sees Student Improvement [Audio}

The college board which tracks student performance says more Wyoming public school students are succeeding on advanced exams compared to a decade ago. Yellowstone National Park is joining all National Park Service sites across the country in observance of the President's Day National Holiday

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University of Wyoming Scientists Study Declining Antelope Numbers [AUDIO]

University of Wyoming scientists are conducting one of the largest studies of pronghorn antelope and their declining population numbers. A Jackson, Wyo. man accused of pocketing his workers' paychecks and forcing them to work for him under the threat of deportation is facing a felony human trafficking charge

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Justice Kite: Hill Decision Creates Challenge for the Legislature [AUDIO]

In her State of the Judiciary speech to the Wyoming Legislature Monday, Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice Marilyn Kite acknowledged that the court's decision in the Superintendent of Public Instruction case has created concern and challenges for the legislature

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Senate Passes Bill To Modernize Postal Service [AUDIO]

The Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee passed a bill that would help the United States Postal Service change with the times. The State Board of Land Commissioners has endorsed a proposal that would transfer ownership of 1,280 acres of state school trust land in Grand Teton National Park to the federal government

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Visitation to Wyoming’s State Parks Was Up in 2013 [AUDIO]

Visitation to the State Parks was up in 2013 according to the Division of State Parks and Cultural Resources. The Casper City Council has unanimously approved $450,000 toward design and construction efforts at multiple Platte River revival sites

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