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Natrona County Man Charged With Child Sexual Abuse
The case started on Feb. 14 when a school counselor told a sheriff's deputy about the discovery of a USB storage device that had images of child pornography.
Casper Area Man Bound Over For Trial On Drug, Firearms Charges
Michael Ross allegedly had a handgun on him at all times in order to protect the drugs and cash.
Northern Arapaho Tribe Will Appeal Circuit Court Decision About Reservation Boundary
The Northern Arapaho Tribe has 14 days to file an appeal with the full panel of all of the Judges at the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Casper Woman Charged With Stealing From Nonprofit Set To Change Plea On Friday
If Carrie Good's case had gone to trial and she was convicted, she could have faced up to 10 years of imprisonment.
Appellate Court Rules Against EPA in Reservation Dispute; Split Decision Highlights Poor T…
The EPA responded to a request from the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho tribes to treat the reservation as a separate state for purposes of implementing the federal Clean Air Act.
Natrona County Commission Renews Liquor Licenses, Sets Alcova Cabin And Trailer Rents
No one spoke in favor or opposition to the liquor license renewals during the public hearing at the Natrona County Commission meeting.
Natrona County Will Offer Permits For Landowners Renting Camp Spaces For Eclipse
Eclipse crowd estimates in central Wyoming range from 20,000 to 50,000 visitors. Statewide estimates have been pegged at 350,000.
California Man Arrested In Wyoming On Racketeering, Drug Charges
If convicted on both counts, Bruce Latorre could face up to 25 years of imprisonment.
Former Casper Doctor Hears Drug and Sexual Assault Charges
Some alleged victims told investigators that Dr. Paul Harnetty often smelled of alcoholic beverages and he didn’t wear gloves during examinations.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Three Men, One Woman
Two of the defendants were from outside Wyoming.
Casper’s Washington Park Proposed Lot Sale Dies At P&Z Commission Meeting
The Planning and Zoning Commission's recommendation will go before the City Council for final consideration.
Casper Re-entry Center Ex-employee Pleads Not Guilty To Sex With Inmate
The case between in June when the director of the Casper Re-entry Center reported an alleged sexual relationship between an employee and an inmate.