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Suspect Flees, Drags and Injures Sweetwater County Deputy
Tommy Gene Vensor remains in custody at Sweetwater County Detention Center awaiting his initial appearance in court.
Gov. Gordon Sends Emergency Support to Wyoming Hospitals
The Wyoming Department of Health is in contact with hospitals to discuss hospital capacity and surge plans.
Yellowstone National Park Marks Best-Ever October for Visits
If you are sick, do not visit the park. Self-quarantine to avoid exposing others.
UPDATE: US 20/26 Open After Industrial Fire West of Casper
An industrial fire has been reported at 5715 West Yellowstone in the Mills area. U.S. Highway 20/26 is blocked.
Gov. Mark Gordon Tests Negative a Second Time for COVID-19
Gov. Mark Gordon will continue to isolate himself.
Wyoming Assistant U.S. Attorney Named District Court Judge
Healy’s appointment is effective Dec. 26.
Casper Mayor: Local COVID-19 Cases are Surging, Especially in Nursing Homes
The vote to rescind passed 5-4.
State Budget Cuts to Affect Plowing Wyoming Roads
In recent years, crews have plowed snow as needed and where needed during a storm.