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Highway Project Contracts Awarded [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Transportation Commission awarded contracts totaling more than $14.8 Million for eight highway projects around the state during it's August meeting in Cheyenne. Amy Richards has a report. Despite drought, heat and rising feed costs, the nation's dairy's are still producing slightly more than a year ago. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Michelin Issues Tire Recall [AUDIO]

Michelin is recalling around 841,000 BF Goodrich and  Uniroyal tires because the tread can separate, causing rapid air loss. Doug Randall reports that the Wyoming Transportation Commission awarded contracts totaling nearly $17.8 million for 11 highway projects around the state  during its July teleconference meeting. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News. 

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U.S. 191 (Courtesy of WYDOT/webcam)
U.S. 191 (Courtesy of WYDOT/webcam)
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WYDOT Awards Over $28 Million For Nine Road Projects [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Transportation Commission awarded $28.9 million for nine highway projects around the state during its June meeting in Cheyenne. Doug Randall reports. U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says there's precious little time left for the house to pass its version of a farm, food and jobs bill. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Wyoming Transportation Commission Approves $33.4 Million In Projects [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Transportation Commission approved contracts totaling nearly $33.4 million for 10 highway projects around the state during its may meeting in Casper. Doug Randall reports.
State lawmakers are moving ahead with plans to build a new state office building and renovate the State Capitol in Cheyenne despite opposition by Gov. Matt Mead. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Senator Mike Enzi
Senator Mike Enzi
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Enzi Criticizes NLRB Rule [AUDIO]

Wyoming Senator Mike Enzi spoke out against what he calls the ''ambush election" rule followed by the National Labor Relations Board on Tuesday. The Wyoming Transportation Commission approved spending $28 Million for 11 projects during it's regular monthly meeting in Cheyenne. Amy Richards has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Gov. Matt Mead (R-WY)
Gov. Matt Mead (R-WY)
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Mead At Governor’s Association Meeting (AUDIO)

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead is in Washington for the National Governor's Association Winter Meeting. Mead co-chaired the Special Committee on Homeland and Public Safety session on Sunday. Contracts totaling nearly $20.3 Million for 13 projects around the state were awarded by the Wyoming Transportation Commission during it's February meeting in Cheyenne. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Transportation Commission Awards Projects (AUDIO)

The U-S cattle herd is turning out to be smaller than many had thought, which means a tighter market and higher beef prices this year. The Wyoming Transportation Commission awarded almost 22.4 million dollars in highway projects at it's most recent meeting. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Changes Proposed to Affordabe Care Act [AUDIO]

Contracts totaling $21.4 million for eight highway projects around the state were awarded by the Wyoming Transportation Commission during its December meeting in Jackson. Doug Randall reports. The Department of Health and Human Services Friday released a bulletin outlining proposed policies that will give states more flexibility and freedom to implement the Affordable Care Act. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Transportation Commission Awards Contracts [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Transportation Commission awarded contracts totaling over $35 Million for 10 highway projects during it's November meeting in Cheyenne. Amy Richards reports. The November ''Wyoming Insight'' report has been released by the state's Economic Analysis Division. Senior Economist Jim Robinson says the report is mostly good news for the state economy. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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U.S. 30 (Courtesy of WYDOT-webcam)
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Transportation Commission Awards Almost 12 Million in Contracts [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation is investigating the early Monday morning shooting of 21 year old Matthew Jacoby Carbajal by a Cheyenne police officer. The Wyoming Transportation Commission awarded almost $12 million in contracts during its September meeting in Torrington. Doug Randall reports. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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