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Heavy Spring Runoff Washes Out Rural Wyoming Roads

Forecasters expect heavy runoff from deep snows in the Wind River Range and other Wyoming mountain ranges.

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Snow Day in Casper, Wyoming
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Big Snow Portends Flooding in Major Wyoming River Basins

Statewide, the snowpack across Wyoming this week is 132 percent above the median for this time of year.

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Bill Schwamle, Townsquare Media
Bill Schwamle, Townsquare Media
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Water From Northwest Wyoming Dam Could Be Released Early

A permanent release schedule is still in the works.

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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Heavy Metal in Water Could Cost Casper $50 Million

Selenium can break off from a shale formation beneath much of Natrona County and get into groundwater.

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EPA
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EPA: Hydraulic Fracturing May Pose Risk To Drinking Water

Gaps in the data limited the EPA’s ability to fully assess the potential impacts or their severity on drinking water resources locally and nationally.

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Concern Over Arsenic Levels in Drinking Water at Yellowstone

An EPA official says oftentimes arsenic is a natural byproduct of geology.

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Getty Images
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Wyoming-Montana Water Fight

The discussions were scheduled after the U.S. Supreme Court approved a recommendation by a special master finding Wyoming liable for taking Montana water in 2004 and 2006.

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Can Tap Water Give You Food Allergies?
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Wheatland Water Tests High for Uranium Levels

Officials say residents shouldn't be alarmed, but noted that infants, the elderly and pregnant women could be susceptible to increased risks.

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Wyoming Senator John Barrasso
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Senate Committee Advances Two Water Bills for the West

Barrasso says the bills will help address aging federal water facilities and increase hydropower.

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California Farmers Brace for Little Or No Water

Federal officials plan to announce Friday how much water they can release this year through a vast system of rivers, canals and reservoirs, but Central Valley farmers on the front lines of California's historic drought expect little, if anything.

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