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Snow Totals Across Wyoming

With the biggest storm of the season making impacts across Wyoming over the weekend, you are probably wondering how much of the white and fluffy fell. The National Weather service has put together snow totals from their remote sensors here

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WYO 70 slide detour (Courtesy of WYDOT)
WYO 70 slide detour (Courtesy of WYDOT)
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Work Begins on WY 70 Slide

Work begins next week building a new, permanent roadway realignment to circumvent a slide that destroyed a section of WYO 70  between Baggs and Riverside in south-central Wyoming. The damage, which was discovered by a snowmobiler on May 30, 2011, is 600 feet long and located just west of the overlook at mile post 30.

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U.S. 26/287 Dubois (Courtesy of WYDOT)
U.S. 26/287 Dubois (Courtesy of WYDOT)
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WYDOT: Political Says Signs in Rights of Way Prohibited [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Department of Transportation reminds event planners, real estate agents, and political candidates and their supporters that advertising placards are generally forbidden in the state roadway rights-of-way. The Wyoming Department of Agriculture is proposing new rules for raw milk. Doug Randall reports. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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U.S. 18/20 West (Courtesy of WYDOt Webcam)
U.S. 18/20 West (Courtesy of WYDOt Webcam)
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New Law Allows Drivers to Exceed Speed Limit While Passing

A new law passed by the 2012 Wyoming Legislature is now in effect, and allows drivers to exceed the speed limit by up to 10 mph to pass a vehicle traveling under the speed limit on some two-lane roads in Wyoming

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(Getty Images)
(Getty Images)
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Traffic Disruptions in Laramie For Graduation Weekend

If you are planning to attend University of Wyoming Spring Commencement activities this weekend, be prepared to  face some traffic disruptions due to a major road construction project east of campus.

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The I-80 overpass at Dewar Dr. in Rock Springs. (StreetView/Google)
The I-80 overpass at Dewar Dr. in Rock Springs. (StreetView/Google)
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WYDOT Releases State Transportation Improvement Program Update

Another update to WYDOT''s “State Transportation Improvement Program” (STIP) for 2012 has been issued and is available for viewing on the agency’s Web site, www.dot.state.wy.us.

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John Williams/ALEC (Amy Richards/TSM)
John Williams/ALEC (Amy Richards/TSM)
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Wyoming Has 4th Best Economic Outlook in New Report [AUDIO]

Wyoming was  recognized recently as having the 4th best economic outlook in the country in the Rich States, Poor States Report from the American Legislative Exchange Council. The Wyoming Department of Transportation is one step closer to finalizing plans for the proposed relocation of an I-90 interchange in Sheridan. Doug Randall reports.

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(Courtesy of WYDOT)
(Courtesy of WYDOT)
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Real-ID Act Requirements Causing Delays in Wyoming [AUDIO]

A report released Tuesday says that hydrologists are predicting below average runoff this year, because of a lack of snow so far this winter.  Doug Randall reports. The Wyoming Department of Transportation says the new security requirements under the Federal Real-ID act are  causing delays for people trying to get their driver's license. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Mongo/Wikipedia Creative Commons)
(Mongo/Wikipedia Creative Commons)
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Togwotee Pass Construction Continues [AUDIO]

Reconstruction of U.S. 26-287, the Togwotee Trail to Yellowstone, is continuing this summer. WYDOT officials say prospects are good the project will be substantially complete by the fall of 2012. Doug Randall hast the details.  Ag Reporter Ahren Broad has a story about the growing popularity of Farmer's Markets. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Trophy hunting areas in northwest Wyoming. (Interior)
Trophy hunting areas in northwest Wyoming. (Interior)
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Governor, Interior Reach Wolf Deal [AUDIO]

Gov. Matt Mead and the Department of Interior have reached an agreement that, if approved the Legislature and Congress, will allow wolves to be taken as trophy game in areas of northwest Wyoming, Amy Richards reports. The Bureau of Reclamation will drain Guernsey Reservoir beginning Sunday. Doug Randall has the details. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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