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Casper Police Department Declares ‘Snow Day’ For Reporting Accidents
For more information about the weather and road conditions, visit the National Weather Service and the Wyoming Department of Transportation websites.
Federal Shutdown Affects National Parks And Other Sites In Wyoming
Most national parks and sites will be open, but with limited services.
Town Of Mills: School District Violated Law By Closing Elementary Schools
The lawsuit says the Natrona County School District did not have a public hearing about closing Mountain View Elementary as required by state law.
City of Casper Hires John Henley As City Attorney
John Henley replaces former City Attorney Bill Luben.
Wyoming Behavioral Institute Escapee Pleads Guilty To Carjacking
During the police interview, Jason Billings asked for a pen and paper, then started writing an apology letter to everyone involved in the incident.
Second Annual Casper Women’s March Set For Saturday
A year ago, 750 people participated in the march that was expected to attract about 200.
Texas Man Charged With Aggravated Sexual Assault In Yellowstone National Park
Micah Heck's trial is set for March 12.
UPDATE: Some Bison Let Loose Have Been Located; Criminal Investigation Continues
Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to call the Yellowstone National Park Tip Line at (307) 344-2132 or email YELL_LEO@nps.gov
Natrona County Judge Approves Juror Questionnaire For Cercy Trial
The questionnaires will be returned to Natrona County District Court by the end of January.
National Park Service Launches Criminal Investigation Into Bison Release
Some person or persons entered the Stephens Creek facility, which is permanently closed to the public, and cut fencing.
Yellowstone Grapples With High Visitor Numbers v. Ecosystem Management
Yellowstone National Park staffing levels and funding have remained flat over the past decade.
Sheridan Native: Martin Luther King, Jr.’s, Dream Still Lives
Hamid Khan is the deputy director of the Rule of Law Collaborative, an interdisciplinary center focused on international legal development issues.