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Wyoming Senators Respond to Court Ruling

Reactions to the Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act, are divided along predictable partisan lines.

But Senator Mike Enzi seemed resigned to the law continuing, and vowed to try to make it better

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Breaking Down Wyoming Star Larry Nance, Jr.’s NBA Draft Prospects

At some point during tonight's NBA Draft, University of Wyoming standout Larry Nance, Jr. will likely hear his name called. The former Pokes star's stock is rising among scouts and some insiders are suggesting he might even sneak into the first round

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Transporting Live Fish Is Illegal In Wyoming

On June 12, 2015, three anglers got reminded the "hard way", that they were breaking the law when they transported live fish in the Cowboy State.

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Cat-Killing Veterinarian from Wyoming Not Charged

A Texas grand jury has declined to indict a veterinarian who bragged on social media about killing a cat with an arrow.

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Wyoming Woman Denies Decapitating Boyfriend

CODY, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming woman is denying charges that she conspired and helped kill her boyfriend, whose body was found decapitated along a remote dirt road northwest of Powell.

27-year-old Sandra Garcia on Tuesday pleaded not guilty to conspiring and aiding in the death

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The Weirdest Laws In The Mountain West

Our elected officials have some unique ways to protect the public. For example, did you know that if you wear a cowboy hat to a movie theater, you could be breaking the law? Indeed, it is a crime to wear a hat that obstructs people’s view in a public theater or place of amusement in the state of Wyoming

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Judge Delays BLM’s New Fracking Rules

U.S. District Court Judge Scott Skavdahl on Tuesday presided over eight hours of hearings about whether to block controversial new U.S. Bureau of Land Management regulations about hydraulic fracturing

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Wyoming Educators to Attend NEA Annual Meeting

 

Over 10,000 educators will gather in Orlando, Florida, June 26 through July 6, for the National Education Association's Annual Meeting.

Wyoming Education Association President Kathy Vetter says the mee

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Mead Asks for Disaster Declaration

Governor Matt Mead has asked President Obama for a Presidential Disaster Declaration for Individual Assistance in response to flooding in Johnson and Niobrara Counties that began on May 24, 2015 and continued through June 6, 2015.

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Murray Focusing on Business Services

Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Murray says his office is working ahead of projections when it comes to modernizing the service programs they provide.

Murray, who took office in January, says his primar

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