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Senators disapprove of Biden’s rules on immigrants

CASPER (WNE) — Wyoming Senators John Barrasso and Cynthia Lummis marked their disapproval of new rules by President J

Footage of June 6 shooting released

CASPER — The Casper Police Department has released bodycam footage of the fatal June 6 encounter between three police

Casper company aims to improve wind turbine recycling process

CASPER — Wind turbines, which produce some of the cheapest energy on the grid, have long been an environmental darlin

Park Service calls for bison populations to grow in the West

CASPER (WNE) — The National Park Service is calling for a 20% increase in the bison population.

Army veteran was shot 9 times

Police say Trae Spurlock tried to take officer’s gun

Innovative energy projects seek millions in state funding

CASPER — The Wyoming Energy Authority this week announced finalists for its latest round of Energy Matching Funds, a

Alliance to state: Fix it or be sued

Preservation group says gravel pit lease violates Wyoming Constitution

Arrest turns fatal in Casper

CASPER  (WNE) — The Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigations is investigating an officer-involved shooting at Casp

Hageman supports ICC sanction bill

CASPER (WNE) — Rep.

167 to run for offices

Democrats won’t contest vast majority of races

Wyoming officials side with Trump

CASPER — Wyoming’s elected officials are standing with former President Donald Trump after he was found guilty of 34

Trump endorses Barrasso

CASPER (WNE) — Donald Trump has endorsed Sen. John Barrasso’s reelection bid to the U.S. Senate.

Warbirds in flight: Remembering Casper's contribution to WWII

CASPER — Those with a keen eye for local sports may have seen that Casper has a new minor league hockey team — the Wa

Wyoming sees increase in drilling-related spills in 2023. Is it a problem?

Oil and gas companies in the Mountain West report thousands of drill-related spills each year, including spills of cr

Hearing held for slain teen’s ex-boyfriend

Judge finds sufficient cause to move murder case forward

Feds say utilities must take planning seriously

CASPER — The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the nation’s top utility regulator, issued a sweeping new rule las

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