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More Rain Expected For Already Swollen Rivers

CLARKSVILLE, Mo. (AP) — Makeshift levees mostly held back the water in communities along the Mississippi River and other Midwestern waterways, but meteorologists warn that looming storms could cause problems

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Wyoming Agriculture Takes Hit From Flooding [AUDIO]

The toll on Wyoming's agriculture from flooding this Spring and Summer is still being assessed. Doug Randall reports. Senator John Barrasso (R-WY) is scheduled to speak Thursday at the grand opening of the Legend Rock State Historic Site located north of Thermopolis. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio news.

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Drought, Flooding Hurt Ag Income [AUDIO]

A combination of drought conditions and flooding in several western and mid-western states is cutting into farm income. Amy Richards has details. An Oregon couple are in custody after allegedly shooting a 54 year old California man several times and stealing his van near Rock Springs. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Wyoming Meat Production Steady (AUDIO)

With the increased flooding danger in Wyoming, Insurance Commissioner Ken Vines is warning people to check  their insurance polices to make sure flooding is covered. Vines says many policies do not offer that coverage. Wyoming red meat production is holding steady compared to this time last year. Ag reporter Ahren Broad has more. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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National Weather Service, Cheyenne (Courtesy NWS)
National Weather Service, Cheyenne (Courtesy NWS)
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Weather Service Posts Flood Watches for Wyoming [AUDIO]

The National Weather Service has posted flood watches for parts of northern, central and southwest Wyoming. A member of the Wyoming Parole Board has been charged with attempted second-degree murder and attempting to influence a witness. Doug Randall has the details. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Governor Mead Seeks Disaster Aid [Audio]

Governor Matt Mead is seeking federal aid from damages caused by spring flooding. Governor Matt Mead has signed a disaster declaration. He says the declaration is needed for Wyoming to qualify for assistance from the federal government. This spring Wyoming's snowpack hit record levels.  The North Platte River reached record flood stage in Saratoga, many rivers, streams and creeks across the state topped their banks and the department of  transportation reacted to or is monitoring 37 landslides.

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The Laramie River at normal levels and now. (Photomerge: Kari Eakins/TSM)
The Laramie River at normal levels and now. (Photomerge: Kari Eakins/TSM)
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Laramie Braces for Flooding [audio]

Officials in Laramie have been preparing for expected flooding as warmer weather hits the area. Kari Eakins has a report. The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality has reached a settlement with Sinclair Wyoming Refining Company over the illegal release of waste products into a settling pond last year. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Prison Inmates Help with Sandbagging [Audio]

A 20 year old Gillette man who had a part in killing two teens in 2005 is headed back to prison after he admitted to violating his parole. Doug Randall has the details. Wyoming prison inmates helped with sandbagging efforts in Albany and Carbon Counties. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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North Platte River (Bureau of Reclamation)
North Platte River (Bureau of Reclamation)
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Officials Prepare for Flooding [audio]

Video and voice internet service Skype has been purchased by Microsoft. Mark Sheerer has a report on what the deal means for Skype users. Officials across Wyoming are preparing for possible flooding as snowpack in some areas of the state is over 200 percent of average. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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