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Ex-Platte County Fire District Official Pleads Guilty To Theft, Awaits Sentencing
Donald Moede originally was charged with 81 counts in a criminal information document in August.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence 11 Defendants
The three illegal aliens were arrested in Teton County.
Gillette Man Sentenced To 45 Years For Making Child Pornography
Charles Mathisen was indicted on two counts of possession of child pornography and seven counts of production of child pornography.
Two More Prescription Drug Defendants Sentenced; Two More Arrested
The investigation found people would pay $500 in cash a month to Dr. Shakeel Kahn for whatever prescription they wanted,
Federal Judge Sentences Five For Meth Conspiracy in Southwest Wyoming
Two of the defendants obtained the methamphetamine in Utah and redistributed it in southwest Wyoming.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Eight For Firearms, Drug Crimes
The U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives investigated five cases.
Gov. Mead Appoints New Circuit Court Judge for Carbon County
Susan Stipe will replace Carbon County Circuit Court Judge Jane Eakin.
Weather Service Issues Winter Weather Advisory For Much Of Wyoming
Bitterly cold temperatures will return next Thursday and Friday, with afternoon highs in the teens and overnight lows 0 to 5 degrees.
Rocky Mountain Power Warns Of Electric Bill Scam In Wyoming
If you still have concerns about the legitimacy of a call, you can call the company's published 24-hour, toll-free customer service number, 1-888-221-7070.
Yellowstone National Park Welcomes Winter Visitors
Yellowstone National Park officials urge visitors come prepared with personal emergency survival equipment.