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Three Held After Attacking Officer at Youth Basketball Game

hree people from Rock Springs are accused of fighting with a police officer after allegedly cursing and gesturing at players at youth basketball tournament.

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Safety Advocates Support New Silica Rule At Hearing In Washington D.C.

Dan Neal, with the Equality State Policy Center testified about the hazardous exsposure to workers during hydraulic fracturing.

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Governor Matt Mead
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Governor Mead Censured By Platte County Republicans

The Platte County Republican Party has censured GOP Gov. Matt Mead for signing the law stripping power from the office of schools Superintendent Cindy Hill and not reversing the law after the Wyoming Supreme Court struck it down.

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Wyoming Health Insurers Report Increased Activity

Health insurance signups through the federal exchange have surged in Wyoming ahead of Monday's deadline to join or face penalties.

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Laramie County: Meeting Violation Unintentional

Laramie County commissioners say they didn't mean to violate the state's open meeting law by moving up a discussion of off-track betting.

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Cindy Hill
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Interview With Cindy Hill About Problems Facing Education [AUDIO]

Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction, Cindy Hill, speaks about problems facing Wyoming Education.,

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Senator John Barrasso (R-WY)
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Barrasso Won’t Clarify Book-Cooking Comment About Health Care Act

Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso's office on Monday declined to clarify his comments on "Fox News Sunday" that the Obama administration was "cooking the books" about Affordable Care Act numbers.

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Conservation Groups Appeal Pollution Control Decisions in Wyoming

The appeal was filed on behalf of the Powder River Basin Resource Council, National Parks Conservation Association, and Sierra Club.

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University of Wyoming Biodiversity Institute Director Carlos Martinez del Rio, here doing mass spectrometer work in UW's stable isotope facility, is one of the authors of an article promoting natural history in the latest issue of the journal BioScience. (UW Photo)
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UW Director Co-Authors Article Making the Case Natural History

A UW director is one of the co-authors of an article in a prestigious scholarly journal making the case for the study of natural history.

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University of Wyoming Union
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UW: Associate Vice President and Dean of Students Candidates To Interview on Campus

Four candidates for the position of Associate Vice President and Dean of Students will interview for the job on the UW campus over the course of April.

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