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EPA Announces New Limits On Emissions From Coal-Fired Plants
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Mead: EPA Should Withdraw Proposed Rules on Carbon Emissions For Power Plants

Governor Matt Mead is calling on the EPA to withdraw proposed rules on carbon emissions for existing power plants.

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Investigation Into Stabbing Continues

Police not releasing any new information though.

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New Stamps Needed for Extended January Elk Seasons

Hunters who have 2014 big game licenses that extend into January are reminded they will need to get a 2015 conservation stamp after December 31st.

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30 Years of Data Show Wilderness Water Pollution

Even remote, pristine areas of Wyoming aren't immune to pollution.

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Oil Field Firms Agree To Pay $1.2 Million To Settle Discrimination Claims

Three oil field service companies with operations in Edgerton agreed to pay $1.2 million to settle discrimination claims filed by 17 former employees of various ethnic origins, according to a federal judge's ruling Monday.

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Price of Gasoline A Very Nice Christmas Gift

Gas prices continue to fall.

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Shyatt Expects Tough, Physical Game Against Denver

University of Wyoming Basketball Coach Larry Shyatt says he expects a physical challenge from the University of Denver on Tuesday night.

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Governor Unveils Supplemental Budget Recommendations

Governor Matt Mead unveiled his supplemental budget recommendations on Monday.

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Winter wildlife Closures Begin

Large swaths of land near Jackson Hole now closed.

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Voting Could Get Easier

Possible changes to poll locations in the offing.

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