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Gov. Mead Opposes Budget Cuts To Mental Health, Suicide Prevention
Gov. Matt Mead will unveil his proposed budget on Dec. 1, and present it to the Joint Appropriations Committee on Dec. 4, he said.
State, Counties Look To Replace Aging Election Equipment
The task force met for an organizational meeting in October and will meet as needed during 2018.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Four For Meth, Gun Crimes
The U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives investigated three of the four cases.
Enzi, Barrasso Say Alabama GOP Senate Candidate Should Quit If Teen Sex Report Is True
Alabama GOP U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore has denied the allegations, calling the Post report as "the very definition of fake news and intentional defamation."
Wyoming Department Of Health Investigates Stomach Illnesses
The elderly, infants, and those with impaired immune systems are more likely to have a severe illness.
Wyoming Judge Sentences Five Defendants For Meth Conspiracy
The defendants, ranging in age from 40 to 53, received sentences ranging from three years to seven years of imprisonment.
Images Are Forever; Casper School Learns About Sexting
Parents watched the video of Amanda Todd (11/27/96 - 10/10/12) who posted an image and was bullied to humiliation, depression and suicide.
Earthquake Recorded In Central Wyoming; Residents Report Shaking
The U.S. Geological Survey reported no injuries or property damage.
Winter Storm Closes Most Yellowstone Park Roads
The winter storm warnings in the western part of the state will remain in effect until Saturday night.
Last of 10 Defendants Pleads Guilty In Prescription Drug Conspiracy
The sentencing hearing for the first of the 10 defendants is scheduled for Wednesday.