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Rural Bankers Survey: Drought Dampening Economy [AUDIO]
A former financial manager in lander has pleaded not guilty to charges of embezzling more than $2.5 million dollars. Doug Randall has the details. The rural Mainstreet Index dropped further into negative territory this month, suggesting economic contraction. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming …
National Weather Service Radar to Receive an Upgrade
The National Weather Service Doppler Radar serving southeast Wyoming and western Nebraska will be enhanced with the latest dual-polarization technology beginning in October. John Griffith, Warning Coordination Meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Cheyenne, says conventional Doppler rad…
District Study Shows Moves Lower Test Scores
Laramie County School District One Superintendent Mark Stock says a recent study of fifth grade reading test scores in the district shows that students who changed schools usually scored lower than those who have not moved.
Corn Maze Coming To Casper [PHOTOS]
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Cheyenne Man Receives Lifesaving Award From Police
18 year old Cheyenne resident Cole Leal was honored by the Cheyenne Police Department with the Citizen Lifesaver "Hero" award Thursday. On April 26th a 9 year old boy was riding his bike through a Cheyenne neighborhood when he was attacked by two pit bulls.  Leal grabbed a boa…
State Increases Elk License Limit [AUDIO]
Campbell County Economic Development and the University of Wyoming are moving forward with plans to build a new business incubator at the University of Wyoming. Business Reporter Sharon Fain has details. Effective immediately,  Wyoming elk hunters can have up to three elk licenses in select hun…
Investigation Continues Into Laramie Shooting [AUDIO]
The investigation into a shooting last night in Laramie is continuing. Trevor T. Trujillo has the story from Laramie. Torrington authorities are defending their actions after settling a lawsuit with a former Wyoming Legislature, who sued because he was banned from city council meetings. Click past t…
Police Say Current Building is Dangerous and Inefficient
Cheyenne Police officials say their current building on Capitol Avenue is plagued by leaking roofs, a crumbling basic structure, serious electrical issues, undrinkable water and a long list of other issues to the point where it is costing taxpayers millions of dollars and posing a threat to public s…

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