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Cheyenne to Remember 1985 Flood Victims

A remembrance ceremony for those lost in the 1985 Cheyenne flood will be held on Saturday, August 1, 2015.

The ceremony will be held at 9:00 a.m. at the southwest corner of Ridge Road and Dell Range,

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Courtesy: LCFD #2
Courtesy: LCFD #2
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Hot Temperatures Raise Grass Fire Danger

A combination of high winds, hot temps and low humidity are making conditions ideal for grass fires.

"The temperatures and the humidity are really concerning for us right now," said Manny Muzquiz, Operations Chief for Laramie County Fire

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Cheyenne Man Sentenced For Beating Dad

A rejected plea agreement has a Cheyenne man going to jail for his dad's beating.

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Andrew Farkas
Andrew Farkas
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Judge Sentences Two Defendants in Reservation Murder Case

Two defendants who pleaded guilty to being accessories-after-the-fact to a first degree murder on the Wind River Indian Reservation last year were sentenced in federal court last week, according to a news release from the Wyoming U

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Police Cheif Brian Kozak
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Chief: Cheyenne Police Angry Over Double Homicide

Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says he and his officers are taking a recent double homicide in the city personally and are doing everything possible to catch the killer

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Tasha Sorenson
Tasha Sorenson
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Firefighters Urge Heat Caution

The Cheyenne Firefighters are reminding the community of the dangers of high temperatures, especially in regard to fire danger and health hazards.

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JBlajszczak, TownsquareMrdia
JBlajszczak, TownsquareMrdia
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5 Historical Facts About The Laramie Country Fair

Monday officially kicked off that which kiddos from around Laramie Country were expecting, the Laramie County Fair. Here are some historical facts of where it got its start.

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Joy Greenwald, Townsquare Media
Joy Greenwald, Townsquare Media
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Cheyenne City Council Passes City Administrator Ordinance

Cheyenne voters will likely decide the manner in which they want their city to be governed during a special election in November.

The Cheyenne City Council, Monday night, passed on second reading a charter ordinance establishing the position of city administrator by an 8 to 2 vote.

Mayor Rick Kaysen and Ward III Councilman Jim Brown voted against the ord

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Sonny Pilcher Files for Bankruptcy Protection; Owes Creditors $5.2M

Casper businessman Sonny Pilcher, who is serving a one-year prison sentence for tax fraud, owes creditors more than $5.2 million, according to his petition for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection.

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Caspar Collins Days Relive Conflicts of 150 Years Ago [VIDEO] [PHOTOS]

It was 150 years ago tomorrow. A young Lieutenant in the 11th Kansas named Caspar Collins had earlier been assigned to an army outpost that was then known as Platte Bridge Station.

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