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Jackson Pronghorn Numbers Strong for Second Year

Biologists are reporting a second straight year of near record numbers of pronghorn antelope in Jackson Hole.

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Trevor T. Trujillo, Townsquare Media
Trevor T. Trujillo, Townsquare Media
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Man Convicted in Craiglist Rape Seeks Appeal

A judge is considering a request for an appeal from one of two men convicted in a 2009 Craiglist rape.

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Chicago Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested in Laramie

A woman who is a suspect in several thefts and burglaries in both Colorado and Wyoming, as well as being a suspect in a Chicago Bank Robbery, was arrested in Laramie last week.

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Study: Housing is Expensive in Jackson [AUDIO]

A new study shows that the median income of $96,000 in Jackson is still not enough for a family in the region to buy a home at the median sales price. The U.S. Forest Service is offering a fee free day on September 28th, in conjunction with the 20th annual National Public Lands Day

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Best Wyoming Towns for Young Families Named

NerdWallet sought out the best Wyoming towns for young families.  They analyzed cities and towns across the state and asked the following questions:

  • Does the town have good public schools?
  • Can you afford to live there?
  • Is th
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Flags representing the home countries of students attending UW are displayed in the Wyoming Union Skylight Lounge. Students from nearly 90 nations attend UW. (UW Photo)
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UW and Internationalization of Education

The University of Wyoming has concluded a two-year study to assess what it can do to strengthen international education in Wyoming.

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Two Cody Teens Sentenced to Life in Prison

Tanner Vanpelt and Stephen Hammer appeared in court in Cody Tuesday to change their pleas under a deal with prosecutors in the killings of 40-year-old Ildiko Freitas and her parents in the northwestern Wyoming town of Clark.

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Search Continues for Laramie Teen

The search continues this week for a teen missing from the Laramie area.

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Terance James
Albany County Sheriff's Office
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Man Faces Charges in Laramie Robbery

A man suspected in the robbery of a Laramie hotel on New Year's Eve, is facing charges in Albany County.

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Wyoming Game and Fish Department
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Mountain Lion Spotted in Jackson [AUDIO]

Wildlife and law enforcement officials have confirmed a mountain lion has been spotted in west Jackson. An anti-smoking group is moving forward with a lawsuit against the City of Casper and its clerk, over smoking ban signatures

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