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Guns In School Legislation Fails

Two proposals that would have allowed firearms in Wyoming schools were among the bills that died when a legislative deadline passed.

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Wyoming Inmate Dies

An inmate, serving a sentence on a murder charge has died in custody.

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Evansville Marks 4th Law Enforcement Head Retirement

The announcement of the immediate retirement of Evansville Police Chief Zach Gentile on Tuesday marks the fourth retirement among law enforcement heads in Natrona County since last summer.

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Trio Arrested in Identity Theft Case Will Face Federal Charges

State felony charges have been dropped against three individuals arrested on suspicion of identity theft, and the trio will now face charges on the Federal level.

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Wyoming Considers Ban on Google Glass

Wyoming law makers are contemplating a ban on wearable tech while operating a vehicle, notably the upcoming wearable computing device Google Glass. Will this put an end to wearable tech on the road in our state?

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Marijuana Bust Latest in Several From The Last 12 Months

A drug bust earlier this week is the latest significant marijuana seizure made by the Wyoming Highway Patrol in the last several months.

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Jackson Recognized for Efforts To Reduce Pollution

The Town of Jackson recently was recognized at the Platinum Level after achieving pollution reduction in numerous areas and sustainability efforts.

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Record Number of Physicians in Wyoming in 2013

The Wyoming Board of Medicine says a record number of physicians received licenses to practice medicine in the state last year.

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Governor Voices Optimism Over Coal Lab

Gov. Matt Mead is expressing optimism that the Wyoming Legislature will approve his request to build a $15 million coal research laboratory.

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Riverton Mayor Pushing for State Beer Tax Increase

Mayor Ron Warpness has been working with Sen. Ray Peterson of Cowley on a bill to increase the tax from 2 cents a gallon to 28 cents.

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