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Cheyenne Police Investigating Vehicle Vandalisms

Cheyenne Police are investigating a series of vehicle vandalisms in central Cheyenne between Maxwell Avenue and Forest Drive.

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Sweetwater County Sheriff's Department
Sweetwater County Sheriff's Department
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Phony Grandson Scam Reported

The Sweetwater County Sheriff's Department is reporting a phone scam that targets grandparents.

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Doug Randall, Townsquare Media
Doug Randall, Townsquare Media
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Laramie County Sheriff’s Department Investigating Death

The Laramie County Sheriff's Department is investigating the death of a 92 year old woman who's body was found Saturday afternoon.

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Doug Randall, Townsquare Media
Doug Randall, Townsquare Media
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Fifth Penny Sales Tax Would Pay for Vehicles for Sheriff’s Department

Laramie County Undersheriff Rich Hillegas says if voters approve re-authorization of the fifth penny sales tax in November the department would use most of it's share for vehicles and equipment.

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A screenshot of the "FBI Moneypak" virus, which mimics the FBI website.
A screenshot of the "FBI Moneypak" virus, which mimics the FBI website.
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Digital Cowboys: A Serious Deworming

Each week, we invite one listener to bring in his or her sick computer for us to work on. This week, Dale brought in an ill Dell with Windows XP, infected with the nasty FBI MoneyPak virus that demanded he pay $200 before unlocking his computer.

Dale brought his computer into the Corral yesterday and asked us to fix it without losing all of his personal files. "We'll see what we can do," Jon told him.

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Maybe. Maybe not. (J. Green/TSM)
Maybe. Maybe not. (J. Green/TSM)
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Did Facebook Release Your Private Information?

Monday afternoon, we posted a story about Facebook inadvertently publishing many users' private messages in their Timeline history. Facebook subsequently claimed the mix-up was a false alarm: people were mis-remembering old wall posts as private messages.

Many Facebook users, however, continued to claim they had in fact had private messages released into the wild. I remain uncertain about my own Timeline page - which remains locked down at this point. So did Facebook mess up, or not?

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(Justin Sullivan/Getty)
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UPDATED: Facebook Says Privacy Breach ‘False’ Rumor – BBC

Update: The BBC is reporting the  postings are actually public posts. It can be difficult to remember what's public and what's not when dealing with messages/posts that are four or five years old. But this is a good reminder that anything on the internet - even if you think it to be private - probably isn't.

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