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Wyoming Secretary Of State Applauds The End Of Federal Election Commission
In July, Murray rejected the Commission's request for Wyoming voter data containing personal information.
Federal Judge Sentences Man Who Passed Bogus Bills In Newcastle
Prosecutors agreed to dismiss a second count of aiding and abetting the passing -- legally called "uttering" -- counterfeit money.
EPA Finishes Cleanup Of Part Of Toxic Site Near Evansville
The deletion of a site or portion of a site from the priorities list does not preclude the EPA from taking future actions at the site.
Pennsylvania Woman Imprisoned For Setting Fires In National Park And Forest
If the case had gone to trial and Stephanie Dodson was convicted on all counts, she could have faced up to 40 years of imprisonment.
Wyoming Federal Judge: Jail Isn’t Violating Former Casper Doctor’s Rights
A federal prosecutor wrote the jail has tried to strike a balance between granting access to legal materials without compromising its security.
Ex-Platte County Fire District Official Pleads Guilty To Theft, Awaits Sentencing
Donald Moede originally was charged with 81 counts in a criminal information document in August.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence 11 Defendants
The three illegal aliens were arrested in Teton County.
Gillette Man Sentenced To 45 Years For Making Child Pornography
Charles Mathisen was indicted on two counts of possession of child pornography and seven counts of production of child pornography.