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Lawmakers To Consider Involuntary Hospitilization Guidelines [Audio]

Wyoming lawmakers are set to consider possible changes in the procedure for hospitalizing people involuntarily. The author of a controversial book about the murder of Matthew Shepard is coming to Laramie to talk about his investigation into the killing

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UW Athletics Director: UW Accepts Josh Adams’ One Game Suspension [AUDIO]

Wyoming's snowpack is above normal so far this winter. University of Wyoming  Athletics Director Tom Burman says the university accepts the one-game suspension for Sophomore guard Josh Adams. Adams was thrown out of Saturday's game for “striking” an opponent in the Cowboy’s 74-57 win over Utah State

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Yellowstone Extends Application Deadline for Snowmobile/Snow Coach and Guiding Contracts [AUDIO]

The man who has been stealing checks and debit cards from rural mailboxes in Northern Colorado has been identified as 48-year old Harry Jenkins. Yellowstone National Park has extended the application deadline for snowmobile, snow coach and tour guiding contracts

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Record Number Of Medical Licenses Issued [Audio]

A record number of doctors received licenses to practice medicine in Wyoming last year. Union Pacific Railroad improved its public safety incident rate in 2013.

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Tax Help is Available In Wyoming Starting This Weekend [AUDIO]

Free Tax help is available for filing taxes starting this weekend. The AARP Foundation's Tax Aid program is available at several locations in Wyoming. Governor Matt Mead is expressing optimism that the Wyoming Legislature will approve his request to build a $15 million coal research laboratory

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Wyoming Catholic Diocese Challenges Birth Control Requirement in Affordable Care Act [AUDIO]

Catholic organizations in Wyoming have gone to court to challenge the birth control coverage required in the federal government's health care overhaul. The Wyoming Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities will hos the Wyoming Employment first summit next week in Cheyenne

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More Members of The Nuclear Force Implicated in Cheating Scandal [AUDIO]

Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James says the number of nuclear force officers implicated in a proficiency test cheating scandal has grown to 92 out of a force of 500.  Wyoming's unemployment rate in December was unchanged from November, but most of the county unemployment rates went up

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Forage Good on National Elk Refuge, No Supplemental Feeding Yet [AUDIO]

After being stalled for more than two years, the House passes the Farm Bill. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says it is a good first step. Biologists believe forage conditions at the National Elk Refuge remain good enough that supplemental feeding of elk and bison is not required at this time

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NCSD Finalizes Calendar For Next Year [Audio]

The Wyoming National Guard will take part in an exercise in Sundance starting tomorrow. Natrona County School District trustees have finalized the district calendar for next school year.

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Senator Barrasso Responds to Presidents State of the Union Address [AUDIO]

U.S. Senator John Barrasso said the President's State of the Union Address lacked leadership on important issues such as jobs, energy development and healthcare. Flags are being flown at half-staff at the Wyoming Capitol and in Campbell County in honor of Rep

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