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Chief Wind River Tribal Judge, Other Defendants Plead Not Guilty to New Charges
The trial of Chief Tribal Judge Terri Smith is scheduled for July 29 before U.S. District Court Judge Alan Johnson in Cheyenne.
BREAKING: Town of Mills, Firefighters Enter Agreement for Next Year
The announcement did not provide any details about the agreement.
Wyoming Senators Leery Over Tariffs; Cheney Supports President
Because of possible major adverse impacts on the U.S. economy, some Republican senators and business leaders have denounced the proposal.
Wyoming Native Testifies at U.S. Senate Hearing for Interior Post
Rob Wallace must be confirmed by the full Senate before he can begin his duty as assistant secretary in the Interior Department.
BNSF Railway Crews Respond to Derailment Near Bill
No injuries were reported in the derailment.
Mills Firefighters Plan Injuntion; Town Will Enter Mediation
Another resolution would have the mayor enter into a contract with a private group or groups, not identified, to provide abumalnce services for the town.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Eight Men for Firearms, Other Crimes
Two of the defendants were arrested in Casper.
BREAKING: Jury — Former Casper Doctor Kahn Guilty on All Counts
Shakeel Kahn faces 45 years to life imprisonment according to federal sentencing guidelines.
Person Injured in Shooting During Pursuit on I-25 in Casper
The person is being treated at the Wyoming Medical Center
Yellowstone Park Warns Visitors of Cow Elk with Their Calves
Calving season is generally late-May to early-June.