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Federal Judge Sentences Two Defendants in Former Casper Doctor Drug Case
Shakeel and Nabeel Kahn are scheduled for sentencing on Aug. 1.
Memorial Service to be Held for Casper Fire-EMS Capt. Low on Saturday
Before joining the Casper Fire-EMS Department, he served in the California Department of Forestry for three years.
Federal Judge Sentences Three Defendants Arrested in Casper
Two of the three cases involved felons in possession of firearms.
Natrona County Receives $3.7M Federal Payment in Lieu of Taxes Refund
The Payment in Lieu of Taxes program was set up in 1977 because local governments cannot tax federal property,
Casper and Other Community Colleges Join Wyoming Works Program
Programs that qualify under Wyoming Works are those which meet labor and economic development needs and may be for-credit or noncredit.
Wyoming Refinery Will Pay $1.6M in Penalties; Install Pollution Controls
The consent decree amendment resolves alleged violations of state and federal air emissions limits and monitoring requirements.
Former U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis May Enter Wyoming Senate Race
Cynthia Lummis served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 2009 to 2017.
Teton County Man Who Illegally Took Antlers Banned from Hunting Worldwide
The Lacey Act prohibits the import, export, sale, acquisition or purchase of fish, wildlife or plants that are taken in violation of U.S. or Indian law.
Weather Service Confirms Tornado Northeast of Douglas
To report severe weather contact your nearest law enforcement agency.
Federal Judge Allows Lawsuit Against Casper, Police to Proceed
A trial date has not been set in the case.
‘Concentration Camp’ Feud Grows Between Wyoming, New York U.S. Representatives
U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo, said U.S. Rep. Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, exhibits 'a total disregard for the facts in particular about the Holocaust.'
Casper City Council Approves $153 Million Budget for 2019-2020 Fiscal Year
Road projects are planned across the city for the summer.