6:59 pm
Fri April 15, 2011

A government shutdown could have caused tourism woes

A government shutdown could have caused tourism woes

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6:48 pm
Fri April 15, 2011

Big Horn Sheep transplant is doing well

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6:47 pm
Wed April 13, 2011

BLM keeps working on Baggs Dam

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6:18 pm
Wed April 13, 2011

Governor Mead discusses Juvenile Justice

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6:15 pm
Wed April 13, 2011

Child abuse needs to be tackled by everyone

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6:10 pm
Wed April 13, 2011

Court denies appeal

Casper, WY – A federal appeals court has dismissed an appeal filed by a Wyoming woman who was convicted of murdering her husband nearly 30 years after he was shot to death.
Rita Ann Humphrey had argued that her first-degree murder conviction in Wyoming courts in 2006 for the 1977 shooting death of her husband had violated her constitutional right to a speedy trial.
A three-judge panel of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in
Denver on Wednesday dismissed Humphrey's appeal. The ruling states
that she failed to show that the Wyoming Supreme Court violated

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12:26 pm
Wed April 13, 2011

Legislature begins redistricting work

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Casper, WY – Wyoming lawmakers are planning a series of meetings around the state this summer to hear from the public about how to map out new legislative districts.
The legislative panel charged with drawing new district lines
adopted a list of principles on Tuesday it will follow in the
redistricting process. Those include keeping the new districts
contiguous and compact while allowing them to reflect communities
of interest, and following county boundaries as much as possible
while avoiding the dilution of the rights of minority groups.

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7:44 pm
Tue April 12, 2011

Governor says he is still working on a wolf deal with the feds

Gray wolves are seen nearing a Bison in Yellowstone National Park in this undated handout photograph
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7:38 pm
Tue April 12, 2011

Officials try to solve Dam dilemma

Rawlins, WY – The U.S. Bureau of Land Management and others are evaluating how to prevent a five-story earthen dam from failing and potentially washing out a highway in south-central Wyoming. The Little Robber Dam holds back a 28-acre reservoir 15 miles
north of the Colorado line. No homes are in the way of a dam failure but Wyoming Highway 789 is about a mile downstream.

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