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BREAKING: Gov. Mead Names Former Casper City Manager Forslund To Head Department Of Family…
Tom Forslund replaces Steve Corsi who recently announced his resignation after six years to accept a position out of state.
UPDATE: Rain, Snow Expected For Much Of Wyoming This Week [VIDEO]
Significant rainfall amounts could elevate flooding concerns where many streams and some main stem rivers will be full.
Casper Man Sentenced To Probation For Firing 14 Shots During Fight
Cody Gowers initially was arrested on charges of aggravated assault, reckless endangerment and felony property destruction.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Three Men
Two of the three defendants were from outside Wyoming.
Casper Residents Hold ‘Die-In’ To Protest Proposed Health Care Act
Wyoming U.S. Sens. Mike Enzi and John Barrasso are among the 13 on the committee to write the Senate's own version of the American Health Care Act.
Yellowstone National Park: Popular White Wolf Was Shot
The incident likely occurred sometime between 1 a.m. April 10 and 2 p.m. April 11.
Casper Parents, Kids Rally For Dual Language Immersion Program
Learning a foreign language, especially at a young age, teaches not just a language as a second language but it becomes an automatic first language, too.
Natrona County Will Close Old Courthouse For Eclipse
Center Street, and other north-south streets will be open on Aug. 21. However, Second Street from Beech Street to Ash Street downtown will be closed to traffic.
Casper Man Sentenced For Burglary
The judge handed down the two- to five-year sentences for each burglary offense.
Casper’s Parkway Plaza Owes State Nearly $90,000; Hold Placed On Liquor License
This marks the fourth time for such sales tax liens since CRU Casper bought the Parkway Plaza in 2015, when the company's management vowed it would become the premier hotel in Wyoming.
Steve Schlager Resigns From Natrona County Commission
The Natrona County Republican Party will meet May 17 to choose three candidates for the vacancy.
UPDATE: Casper Fire-EMS Clears Scene Of Gas Leak in Paradise Valley
Casper Fire-EMS began withdrawing its trucks and personnel about 2:15 p.m.