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Wyoming Court: DEQ Must Release Contura Coal Mine Bond Documents
The DEQ claims it followed state law in approving the permit transfer and stands by its appraisal.
Wyoming, Nebraska Officials Want Federal Help After Canal Collapse
The 109-year-old, 2,200-foot-long tunnel partially collapsed along the Fort Laramie Canal on July 17.
Blackjewel-related Bank Owes Casper Company More than $500,000
The Milton, W. Va.-based Blackjewel LLC, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy business reorganization on July 1.
Gillette Man Charged with Child Pornography Crimes
The agent determined he moved to Wyoming from South Dakota on May 15, and had child pornography on his cell phone.
Wyoming Governor Issues New Order Protecting Sage Grouse
The executive order reflects many of the public comments collected earlier this year.
Wyoming Supreme Court Hears AG, Cercy Attorneys About Sex Assault Conviction
CHEYENNE -- The second trial of former Casper businessman Tony Cercy in November, in which he was convicted of third-degree sexual assault and sentenced to a six- to eight-year prison term, violated his Fifth Amendment right to not be tried twice for the same crime, his attorney told the Wyoming Sup…
Yellowstone Worker With White Supremacist Views Arrested on Gun, Drug Charges
Timothy Stevens told the manager of the Roosevelt Lodge that, "'people are being racist against me because I'm a white redneck from Florida.'"
Trial Delayed for Casper Man Accused of Killing His Mother
Andrew Steplock remains in custody on a $1 million bond.
Wind River Tribal Judge Pleads Guilty to Drug Distribution
Terri Smith faces up to 40 years imprisonment and up to 12 years of supervised release, according to federal sentencing guidelines.
Casper Man Sentenced to 5-7 Years for Rape
The case started Sept. 4 when Casper police detectives were called to the Wyoming Medical Center emergency room in response to a possible sexual assault.