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Another Winter Storm Coming to Central Wyoming on Friday
The winter storm watch is in effect from Friday morning through Saturday.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence 11 for Meth, Other Crimes
Two Mexican nationals were sentenced for illegal re-entry of a previously deported alien into the United States.
Supreme Court Upholds Casper Man’s Sexual Assault Conviction
The victim identified Brown. She said he had taken her out to his truck in the parking lot, where he touched her inappropriately.
Sweetwater County Sheriff Seeks Witnesses to I-80 Chase on Tuesday
No one was injured during the chase.
Update on Laramie Crash: Utah Man Dies, Three Hospitalized
This marked the 123 fatality on Wyoming’s highways in 2019 compared to 86 in 2018, 109 in 2017, and 91 in 2016 to date.
Alleged Threat Against Lander Middle School is Unfounded
After the incident was reported, the school sent an email to parents of students telling them it would investigate and discipline those involved.
Governor Appoints New District Court Judge for Sweetwater County
Third Judicial District Judge Nena James will retire Oct. 18.
Colorado Springs Man Dies in Collision North of Douglas
This marked the 119th fatality on Wyoming’s roadways in 2019 compared to 82 in 2018, 109 in 2017, and 89 in 2016 to date.