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Second Burglary, Arson Suspects Pleads Guilty
Isaiah Montiano-Like will undergo a mental evaluation.
Wyoming Division Of Criminal Investigation Added To Richardson-McMurry Petition
The Casper Police Department have turned over the records about the Kristi Richardson and Mick McMurry cases to the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation.
More Yellowstone Visitors Mean More Yellowstone Headaches
Two-thirds of park visitors surveyed said finding available parking is a problem.
Record Number Of Planes Are Flying To Casper For The Eclipse
The airport began planning for the plane traffic coming for the eclipse three years ago.
Casper Sets Deadlines For Eclipse-related Permits
For permit-related questions, please call the city's licensing specialist at (307) 235-7568.
Casper Tops List For Flight Searches For Eclipse; Cheyenne Ranks No. 4
Researchers at Cheapflights.com looks for data trends such as flight searches for March Madness, Superbowl, and major political events.
National Parks Prepare For Aug. 21 Eclipse
Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park officials caution roads, facilities and cell phone service may be overwhelmed during the eclipse.
Wyoming Department Of Family Services Will Be In Full Force For Eclipse
The Wyoming Department of Family Services will be watching for sex trafficking.
Sheridan Man Petitions DCI in Natrona County Court For Richardson, McMurry Records
Anyone with any information about the Kristi Richardson case is urged to call Casper police at 235-8202.
Gillette Man Charged With Seven Counts Of Child Pornography Production
Friday, prosecutors amended the penalties for production of child pornography from a minimum of 35 years of imprisonment to automatic life imprisonment.
Casper Man Arrested For Allegedly Hitting Girlfriend, Housemate
The police affidavit says a search of Jewart's criminal history revealed a conviction in 2010 for felony aggravated assault.
State, Cheyenne Agencies Seize 72 Pounds Of Pot
A trooper stopped a sedan for speeding 54 mph in the posted 45 mph construction zone.