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Wyoming Governor Says He Might be Wrong on Climate

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead, a climate-science skeptic from the nation's top coal-producing state, says he could be wrong about the causes of global warming but is arguing for cleaner technology to burn coal rather than trying to eliminate its use

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Oil Company Acquires Rep. Lummis Family Ranch

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A major oil development company has acquired a 5,000-acre ranch southeast of Cheyenne that until recently belonged to U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis and her family.

Laramie County records show the Lummis family transferred the Lummis Ranch South Camp property to a limited liability company March 20

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Lawmakers Weigh Vote for Nonviolent Felons

he Wyoming Joint Judiciary Interim Committee will consider sponsoring legislation to automatically restore voting rights to nonviolent felons after their incarceration or probation ends.

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Oil, Gas Regulators Reject Petition on Well Rules

The Oil and Gas Conservation Commission voted Tuesday to turn down the Powder River Basin Resource Council petition.

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Hagel: Accountability Has to be Upheld in VA Scandal

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says he supports beleaguered Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki (shin-SEHK'-ee), but adds that the care the VA offers veterans is "not good enough."

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C.U. Boulder Pays Student to Settle Sexual Assault Complaint

The University of Colorado has paid a student $32,500 to settle a complaint she filed over the way the school handled her report of being sexually assaulted.

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Mead Wants EPA To Withdraw Coal-Fired Power Plants Proposal

Mead wants the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to withdraw a proposal to require new coal-fired power plants to employ carbon-capture technology.

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Washakie Sheriff Warns of Utility Phone Scam

WORLAND, Wyo. (AP) — The Washakie County Sheriff's Department says scammers are calling Worland businesses demanding hundreds of dollars for bogus utility bills.

Sheriff Steve Rakness tells the Northern Wyoming Daily News (http://tinyurl

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Wyoming Man Missing After Moving for Pot Industry

Aurora police spokesman Frank Fania said Friday that 50-year-old Carl Shull has been missing since Nov. 28, and investigators suspect foul play in his disappearance.

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Alice Uden Convicted in Cold Case Shooting

The jury in Cheyenne deliberated for about 13 hours before delivering the verdict Thursday in the case of Alice Uden.

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