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Prescription Drug Abuse Forum Planned

A forum on prescription drug abuse and related topics is slated for the University of Wyoming in the Wyoming Union Ballroom on September 21.

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Union Pacific Urges Rail Crossing Safety

Union Pacific spokesman Mark Davis is reminding motorists to be careful at railroad crossings during the upcoming Labor Day weekend.

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Generic, Brand-Name Drug Makers Face Different Standards [AUDIO]

Workers are sampling water near a former uranium mill on the Wind River Indian Reservation to see how flooding has affected the movement of contaminants. Amy Richards reports. A  U.S. Supreme Court decision a year ago makes it all but impossible to sue generic drug manufacturers  for failing to provide adequate warnings about a drug's dangers. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Filmmaker To Include U.W. Professor In Documentary [AUDIO]

A parolee who says he was forcibly catheterized to provide a urine sample is suing the Wyoming Department of Corrections and the City of Cheyenne. Doug Randall has more on that story.  Belgian filmmaker Sofie Benoot plans to include a segment about a University of Wyoming researcher in a documentary about the pioneer spirit of the American west. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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USDA: Despite Drought Farm Income Will Be Up This Year [AUDIO]

Despite the drought, farm income this calender year is projected to be up by 7 percent, that's according to U.S.D.A.'s Chief Economist Joe Glauber. A fire burning in the Teton Wilderness continued to grow Tuesday

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Suspects Identified in July Shooting

Cheyenne Police Department spokesman Sgt. Rob Dafoe says investigators have identified several Denver area residents as suspects in the shooting of a 17 year old male in the early morning hours of July 23 near Frontier Park.

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Kaysen Says City May Have to Pay Refunds

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says the city may end up having to pay refunds to Laramie County residents who were incorrectly charged a two percent franchise fee by Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power.

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Jackson Company Gets Investment Funding [AUDIO]

Enhanced Capitol Wyoming Fund LLC of Jackson recently announced it has received funding to invest in qualified businesses through a Wyoming Business Council program. Amy Richards reports. Lee Haines of Cody will serve as the new Executive Director of the Wyoming PBS Foundation. Business Reporter Sharon Fain has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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WYDOT Is Waiving Oversize Load Fees For Hay [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Department of Transportation is waiving oversize-load fees for shipments of hay coming into the state as part of the drought disaster relief effort.the waiver took effect Monday and will continue until the drought disaster designations expire or until Dec. 31st, when conditions will be re-evaluated.  The National Parks Conservation Association has recognized Gov. Matt Mead and the state for helping to address wildlife-vehicle collisions on Wyoming's roads and along wildlife corridors. Doug Randall reports.

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Mother and Son Suspects Waive Prelims in Laramie Burglary

Christine Mendez-Rayos and Robert D. McIntyre, a mother and son who are facing charges in a Laramie Burglary, have both waived their preliminary hearings and will be bound over to Albany County District Court

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