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(Courtesy Wyoming Department of Health)
(Courtesy Wyoming Department of Health)
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No Cheyenne ‘spice’ Sickness Reported

A spokesman for the Cheyenne Police Department says so far there have been no reported cases in the capitol city of people becoming ill after ingesting "spice'', or synthetic marijuana. Casper authorities reported last

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Cheyenne Police Public Information Officer Sgt. Rob Dafoe (J. Green/TSM)
Cheyenne Police Public Information Officer Sgt. Rob Dafoe (J. Green/TSM)
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Cheyenne Police Offer ‘Citizen’s Police Academy’

The Cheyenne Police Department is offering it's Citizen's Police Academy course starting March 14th, according to spokesman Sgt. Rob Dafoe. He says the course is a concise version of the training police officers receive,  covering topics ranging from processing a crime scene to narcotics investigation. The course is free, but Dafoe sa

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Police Find Body of Missing Cheyenne Teen [UPDATE]

Late Tuesday morning, Cheyenne police found the body of 13 year old Cheyenne resident Alexander Frye on property owned by the Union Pacific Railroad at the west end of the rail yard in a field south of Ames underpass.

Cheyenne Police Department spokesman Lew Simpson says Alexander was reported missing by his father in the early morning hours of January 1st. Cheyenne Police as well as numerous volunteers from the community began searching for Frye.

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Colorado Company to Buy Wyoming Coal Mine [AUDIO]

A Colorado company has announced a deal to buy a coal mine in western Wyoming from Chevron Mining Incorporated. Doug Randall reports. The Cheyenne Police Department is hoping Laramie County voters will approved funding for a new building to replace their current facility. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak
Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak
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Chief Kozak Guests on The Morning Zone

Join us today at 8:07AM MST as Cheyenne Police Chief, Brian Kozak will be our guest. We will talk with Chief Kozak about police efforts to crack down on traffic violations and improve street safety in Cheyenne. Plus, with the holidays upon us, CPD will be stepping up DUI enforcemnt. We will also talk with Chief Kozak about the work going to to identify items for the 6th penny Sales Tax and what his department would like to see on that ballot in August.

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Cheyenne Police Department
Cheyenne Police Department
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Police Investigate Woman’s Death (AUDIO)

A new report says over half of Wyoming students  entering the state's seven community colleges are unprepared for college-level coarse work. Doug Randall has a report. Cheyenne police are investigating the death of a woman who's body was found floating in Crow Creek earlier this week. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Bruce Borowski Boulder Digital Arts
Bruce Borowski Boulder Digital Arts
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Finances, The Economy and Frontier Days Today on The Morning Zone

When reading the news lately about the Obama administration's control over its supposedly independent labor board, you can almost hear Dana Carvey’s SNL character, The Church Lady, preparing her famous line "How convenient!" Here's the deal: The Obama administration has been trying to have it both ways, enabling an obscure but powerful agency to slash away at business while simultaneously claiming to have no control of the situation

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Cheyenne Police Public Information Officer Sgt. Rob Dafoe (J. Green/TSM)
Cheyenne Police Public Information Officer Sgt. Rob Dafoe (J. Green/TSM)
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Cheyenne Police Announce “Operation SUN BURN”

The Cheyenne Police department announces their Enforce underage drinking laws (EUDL) Operation "SUN BURN" tonight (Friday) and Saturday night. Cheyenne Police spokesman Sgt Rob Dafoe says the effort will be focused on combating underage alcohol consumption.

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