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DNA Test
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Exonerated Man Faces New Hurdle From State Legislature

New legislation says that individuals exonerated based on DNA evidence have to return to court to prove their innocence in return for compensation.

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gay marriage supporters
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Wyoming Governor, Others Sued Over Gay Marriage

Four gay couples and a gay rights advocacy group have sued Gov. Matt Mead and other officials in an attempt to get Wyoming to recognize gay marriage.

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Winter Landscape
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Wyoming Snowpack Above Normal

Wyoming's snowpack remains well above normal this winter.

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Oversize Load damage
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Overpass Near Cheyenne Damaged By Oversize Load

A highway overpass, about 25 miles north of Cheyenne, remains closed as officials determine the amount of damage that occurred when the structure was struck by an oversize load.

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House Passes Suicide Prevention Legislation

The state House has passed a bill that would require suicide prevention education for teachers and school administrators.

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Judge's Gavel
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Man Sentenced in Wind River Murder

A Northern Arapahoe man has been sentenced to 17 years in prison for a June slaying on the Wind River Reservation.

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Firetruck
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Tank Fire and Explosion Reported Near Gillette

The blast shook buildings and a plume of black smoke rose as onlookers gathered nearby.

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Scales and gavel
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Attorney: Guard Slaying Not Intentional

A defense lawyer says his client didn't intend for a Scotts Bluff County jail guard to be killed or seriously injured in an attack by another teen inmate.

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Jackson Town Square
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Town of Jackson Planning a Birthday Party [AUDIO]

The Town of Jackson is planning a birthday celebration. A Casper man who once taught at a local school has admitted he had sexual contact with a then 14-year-old girl.

Coal
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Executive Optimistic About Coal-to-Liquids Plant Loan

An official with a company developing a facility to turn coal into gasoline and other fuels near Medicine Bow says he's once again optimistic the project could get a federal loan.

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