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Judge Admits Evidence About Former Casper Doctor’s Sexual Behavior
404(b) evidence shows "other crimes, wrongs, or acts" about motive that illustrate often unrelated bad conduct for which a defendant is not on trial.
Town Of Mills Denounces Proposed Mountain View School Closure
Town officials encouraged residents to voice their concerns at the next meeting of the district's board of trustees at the Bar Nunn Elementary School at 7:30 p.m. Monday.
Town Of Mills Holds Meeting On Friday About Proposed Mountain View School Closure
The Natrona County School District's board of trustees will decide on the recommended closures at its Oct. 23 meeting.
Casper City Council Mulls Liquor License At Hogadon Ski Area Lodge
Mayor Kenyne Humphrey said the council will work on serving alcohol off-premises and look at the driving issues related to Casper's quirky ski area.
BLM Begins Burning Slash Piles On Casper Mountain
All prescribed burn projects will be conducted in accordance with approved burn plans.
Cody Labs Awarded $12 Million From State For Expansion
An economic development large project loan may be used to finance the purchase, construction and installation of buildings or equipment that will add value to goods, services or resources.
Trading On Up: Alleged Burglar Swapped Bike For Car For SUV From Casper To Riverton
Ronald Wayne Crebs III would not say if anyone else was involved with the theft.
Resident Who Sued Casper City Council Again Asks For Executive Session Action
Mayor Kenyne Humphrey said the city will need to meet with its legal counsel before responding to Debra Cheatham's request.
Gillette Man Pleads Guilty To Making Child Pornography
The case started in May 2016 when the Gillette Police Department began the investigation of a sexual assault of a prepubescent girl.
Allegiant Air Offers Help For Those Affected By Las Vegas Massacre
The airline offers round-trip service from the Casper-Natrona County International Airport to Las Vegas twice a week.
Former Nurse In Douglas Pleads Not Guilty To Stealing, Diluting Narcotics
Ryan Harris reportedly received hydromorphone while he was a patient at the hospital, which led to what hospital officials said became an addiction.
Judge: Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation Must Provide Him Records of Richardson, …
Judge Thomas Sullins will review the records of the investigations and later hold a hearing to determine whether they should be made public. He denied the motion from Lovcom asking the DCI to provide a log, or index, of the investigations to the public.