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Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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Colorado Securities Officials Allege Casper, Denver-Area Men Engaged In Fraud; Casper Woman, Glenrock Brothers Lost Money

A Casper man and his Denver-area business partner have been ordered to stop selling bogus securities that have defrauded more than $11 million from scores of investors -- including three in central Wyoming -- and sometimes lined their own pockets, according to the Colorado Division of Securities.

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Two Sentenced For Ethete Murder, Cover-up; Whiteplume Gets 39 Years

A federal judge recently sentenced two men for their roles in the murder of an Ethete man in June 2014, according to a news release from the Wyoming U.S. Attorney's Office.

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Alex Schmidt, Thinkstock
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Police Ramp Up for Labor Day in Wyoming

As summer winds down, law enforcement agencies around Wyoming are ramping up enforcement efforts as part of a national crackdown on drunk driving. The 20-day Drunk Driving Ends Here campaign is a partnership with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to curb impaired driving and save lives

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Top 5 ‘Best’ and ‘Worst’ Places to Live in Wyoming

Interesting to note that according to their findings - Casper ranks as the 12th worst, Cheyenne the 10th worst, while Laramie ranks in the middle at 34th worst place to live in the state.

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Tracie Perkins/Townsquare Media
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Haze in Wyoming Caused By Fires in Idaho and Washington

People from all around the Cowboy State have noticed a bit of a smoky haze today.

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Carlo Allegri, Getty Images
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Wyoming Travel Tip: How to Take The Perfect #bisonselfie, #bearselfie or #mooseselfie in Yellowstone National Park

This summer, thousands of cool kids packed up their selfie sticks and headed to Yellowstone National Park on a quest for the perfect picture with an 8'2" tall, 15' wide, 3,500 pound beast with sharp horns capable of impaling them

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The Emoji Wyoming State Uses More Than Anyone Else

We now know the most commonly used emoji in Wyoming state. Are you at all curious? Read on!

First, before we go any further, let's get this out of the way....Vermont uses the POOP icon more than anyone else. So, there's that. Moving on...

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Rich Gabrielson Getty Images
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Motorcycle Crash Kills One Near Montana Border

A single vehicle crash involving a motorcycle on August 17th has resulted in the death of 50 year old Matthew S. Wickel. Mr. Wickel's listed address is in Thayne, Wyoming. The crash happened at 2:50 p

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Photo courtesy of Aiden Sinclair Facebook Page
Photo courtesy of Aiden Sinclair Facebook Page
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Help Wyoming Magician Aiden Sinclair Reach the Wild Card Round on ‘America’s Got Talent’

If you saw Wyoming magician Aiden Sinclair perform on the NBC series "America's Got Talent" in June, you were probably left wondering why the judges didn't vote him through to the third round. Here's your chance to help bring him back

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Larry Busacca, Getty Images for VEVO
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University of Wyoming Offering ‘History of Rock and Roll’ Class

Geology students won't be the only ones learning about rock at the University of Wyoming this semester. Among the course offerings available for UW students again this year is MUSC 4990, an upper level class for Music majors titled "Topics in History of Rock and Roll"

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Casper’s Fort Caspar Museum Named One of the Best Museums in the West

Fort Caspar Museum was listed in True West Magazine as one of the top ten museums in the West.

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This marker commemorates the historic meeting of Wyoming's first Territorial Legislature, which granted women the right to vote in 1869. Rick Roddam, Townsquare Media
This marker commemorates the historic meeting of Wyoming's first Territorial Legislature, which granted women the right to vote in 1869. Rick Roddam, Townsquare Media
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Wyoming History: The Woman’s Suffrage Movement Began Here in the Cowboy State

This week, women all over the country celebrate the anniversary of a historic milestone. 95 years ago, on August 18, 1920, congress ratified the 19th Amendment, granting women the right to vote. It was the culmination of a movement that began decades earlier when Wyoming became the first territory to approve woman's suffrage

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