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Casper Businessman Tony Cercy Asks Wyoming Supreme Court To Block A Retrial
Cercy has filed a petition asking the Wyoming Supreme Court to either acquit him, or limit evidence at a retrial, of a charge of third-degree sexual assault.
Casper Star-Tribune And Its Owner Abruptly Lays Off Award-Winning Journalist, Editor
Elise Schmelzer was recently named “Young Journalist of the Year” by the Wyoming Press Association.
Northern Arapaho Tribe Sues Drug Companies Over Opioid Epidemic
Besides the human toll, the lawsuit says the opioid epidemic undermines the Tribe's ability to self-govern and develop economic independence.
Expect High Winds, Light Snow For Casper; Winter Weather Advisories Elsewhere
The chance of precipitation is 60 percent later today and will increase to 70 percent early Tuesday for central Wyoming.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Five For Firearms, Child Pornography, Illegal Alien Crimes
Wyoming federal judges sentenced three Mexican nationals for illegal re-entry of a previously deported alien.
Harassment Judgment Against Wyoming Military Department Is The First Of Its Kind
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission referred the matter to the Department of Justice, which sued in 2016.
Wyoming GOP Secretary Charles Curley Resigns Over Assault Allegation
Last week, Charles Curley was charged with simple assault in Laramie County Circuit Court.
Two Florida Men Sentenced In Casper For Credit Card Fraud
Federal judges also sentenced six men for illegal re-entry of a previously deported alien.
Federal Judge: Wyoming Military Department Condoned Sexual Harassment
The civil rights division of the U.S. Department of Justice, on behalf of Amanda Dykes, sued the Wyoming Military Department in March 2016.
One Man Pleads Guilty To Blocking Access In Yellowstone Park
The defendants belong to Wild Buffalo Defense, which describes itself as, people dedicated to seeing wild buffalo roam free and protecting Indian treaties.