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Laramie Ranked Second Safest City in Wyoming

Laramie came in just behind Worland in the study, which looked at the number of reported violent and property crimes per 1,000 people.

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Wyoming Highway Worker Killed by Falling Rock

The victim was taken to a hospital in Billings where he died last week.

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Wyoming Wind Energy Forum Upbeat About Future

The panelists say money brought into the state could also help offset effects to education caused by the decline of the coal industry.

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Animal Sanctuary Rescues And Shelters Abused And Abandoned Wildlife
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Wyoming Wolf Hunt Season Opened Sunday

A dozen wolves were legally harvested in the first 40 hours Sunday, over a quarter of the total wolves that can be killed in the state's managed hunt area.

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Winter Storm Dumps More Snow On New York City
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Snow, Rain, Fog to Hamper Travel Across Wyoming Through Tuesday [VIDEO]

Wet roads are expected statewide, and hunters are cautioned to be prepared.

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Wyoming Panel’s Decision to Increase Classroom Capacity Criticized

Facilities Commission chairman Bryan Monteith says the decision was based on maximizing space and wasn't an attempt to dictate policy.

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Problem Grizzly Bear Moved in Wyoming

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says the bear was moved last week.

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Edenham High School Pupils Sent Home From Cash Strapped School
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Wyoming Lawmakers Eye Bigger Classes to Address Shortfall

State officials testified about class sizes before the Legislature's Select Committee on School Facilities in Casper on Tuesday.

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High Oil Prices Continue To Drive Gas Prices Steadily Upwards
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U.S. Rig Count Increases Five This Week to 940

Oklahoma lost three rigs and Texas shed two.

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Univ. of Wyoming Native American Center Opens Friday

The center will house several UW organizations, including the American Indian Studies program, the High Plains American Indian Research Institute and the Native American student organization Keepers of the Fire.

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