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5th Person Injured by Bison at Yellowstone

A 43-year-old woman from Mississippi received minor injuries Tuesday when she turned her back on a bison to get a photo with it near the Fairy Falls trailhead in Yellowstone National Park. This is the fifth person injured after approaching bison this season

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Hemp Extract Cards Available

Wyoming epilepsy patients can now apply for hemp extract registration cards through the Wyoming Department of Health.

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Wyoming Jobless Rate Unchanged in June

A senior economist with the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services says the state jobless rate held steady in June at 4.1%, unchanged from the unemployment rate in May.

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Fremont Co. Sheriff
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Tribe Wants Riverton Shooting Declared a Hate Crime

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Northern Arapaho Tribe is calling on the federal government to prosecute a Wyoming man on hate crime charges following the killing of one tribal member and the wounding of another at a detox center

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Yellowstone Natl. Park
Yellowstone Natl. Park
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Upper Terrace Drive in Yellowstone Open Again

The Upper Terrace Drive near Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park reopened to vehicles on Monday after rangers temporarily closed the road due to a new thermal feature that was impacting the drive

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Park County Sheriff's Office
Park County Sheriff's Office
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Park County Sheriff’s Office Identifies Plane Crash Victims

Three of the four victims who died in the plane crash near Cody on Saturday were from the Washington, D.C., area, according to a news release from the Park County Sheriff's Office.

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Wyoming Flood Victims Taking Advantage of Federal Help

The parts of Wyoming that suffered the most from flooding early in the summer are now taking advantage of the help being offered by Uncle Sam.

The Department of Homeland Security and FEMA report that in less than two weeks, federal and state disaster assistance in the form of grants and low-interest loans for Wyoming families and individuals impacted by the May 24-June 6 severe storms and floods is $653,092

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Photo Taken On July 16 About 15 Miles South of Laramie. Wyoming Game and Fish Photo.
Photo Taken On July 16 About 15 Miles South of Laramie. Wyoming Game and Fish Photo.
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Black Bear Euthanized After Multiple Human Encounters

A young black bear that wandered into Laramie over the weekend was euthanized after it repeatedly appeared in residential areas, presenting a risk to communities in two different states.

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Sexual Orientation Protection Debated in Jackson

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A measure banning discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity is up for discussion for the first time in Jackson.

Mayor Sara Flitner proposed the law after a similar measure passed in May by lawmakers in Laramie, where police say University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard was targeted and beaten to death in 1998 because of his sexual orientation

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Riverton Shooting Suspect is City Employee

RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — Police say a Wyoming man accused of opening fire at an alcohol detoxification center is a parks employee of a small town who said he targeted the facility because he was tired of cleaning up after the homeless population

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