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Yellowstone National Park East Entrance
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Warm Temperatures Bring Travel Changes to Yellowstone National Park

Despite the changing conditions, visitors may not use their own private wheeled vehicles to travel into the park from West Yellowstone to Old Faithful.

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House Rejects Unique Science Standards

The Wyoming House of Representatives has rejected a Senate amendment to the Next Generation Science Standards bill.

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University of Wyoming Helping High Schoolers Get to College

Advisers are embedded in high schools around the state to act as counselors for students looking to move up the education ladder.

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Medicaid Expansion Debate May Resume

A top Wyoming lawmaker says the debate over whether to expand the federal Medicaid system in the state isn't over yet.

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Cowboys Notch 20th Win

Junior guard Josh Adams scored a season-high 26 points and three other Cowboys reached double figures to push the University of Wyoming men's basketball team to a 77-60 win over San Jose State on Saturday afternoon in the Arena-Auditorium.

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Woman Who Hit Cyclists Gets Prison

Accident happened last Spring in Sheridan.

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Jillian Balow
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Balow: Guns In School Should Be Local Decision

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow says she thinks local officials, rather than the state legislature, should decide whether people should be allowed to bring guns into schools.

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Wyoming House Passes Firing Squad Bill

The Wyoming House of Representatives has passed a bill allowing executions by firing squad.

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Free Park Admission This Weekend

Though many roads are still closed, the park is still free for the President's Day weekend.

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UPDATE: Judge Moves Reservation Murder Trial Date To April 27; New Evidence May Be In SUV Found Sunday

A federal judge has delayed the start of a homicide trial after the discovery Sunday in Colorado of an SUV linked to a killing on the Wind River Indian Reservation last year.

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