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Big Year For Wyoming Lumber

Lumber production in Wyoming could be headed toward its best year since the industry hit rock bottom in 2010.

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Burt Reynolds in Smokey and the Bandit
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Bandit Run to Stop in Laramie

The seventh annual Bandit Run, a rolling car show honoring the 1977 film Smokey and the Bandit, will be making a stop in Laramie as participants trek across southeastern Wyoming.

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Colo. Announces Rules for Recreational Pot Sales

Colorado has announced detailed rules for how recreational pot should be grown and sold starting next year.

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Dr. Robert Sternberg at the University of Wyoming
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UW Has a New President

Dr. Robert Sternberg has officially taken the office as the University of Wyoming's 24th president.

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Calvin Webb (Photo Courtesy of JDRF)
Calvin Webb (Photo Courtesy of JDRF)
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Laramie Boy Chosen to Speak to Congress

Calvin Webb, a 12-year-old-boy from Laramie, has been selected as the lone delegate from Wyoming to remind members of Congress about Type 1 Diabetes research.

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Pavillion Homeowners Want Say in Fracking Investigation [AUDIO]

Homeowners in a gas field with tainted groundwater want more detail from Governor Matt Mead about how Wyoming will take over the EPA's investigation of what caused the contamination. Doug Randall reports. A spokeswoman for the Wyoming Poison Control center is warning parents about the hazards of glow sticks around young children. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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UW Professor Receives Oceanography Honor

University of Wyoming professor Steve Holbrook has been recognized by the Oceanography Society for distinguished research.

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Residents and Environmentalists: Confict of Interest in States Fracking Investigation

The EPA theorized in 2011 the petroleum industry practice of hydraulic fracturing may have contaminated the groundwater near the town of Pavillion. The EPA now says it won't finish or have outside experts review the research.

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Tornado Watch Posted For Many Wyoming Counties

Additional information will be passed along both here and on your favorite radio station as the day progresses.

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Threat of Wildfires Increasing As State Dries Out [AUDIO]

The likelihood of large wildfires is increasing in Wyoming with the dry weather much of the state has seen over the past month or so. Doug Randall reports. An inquiry into the Wyoming Department of Education was released Tuesday. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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