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BREAKING: Oops. City of Casper Sends Wrong Late Payment E-message
The division uses an automated phone calling service to notify customers who are late with their payments.
Two Men Sentenced for Walking on Old Faithful in Yellowstone
The ground in hydrothermal areas is fragile and thin, and there is scalding water just below the surface.
Wyoming Supreme Court Reverses 2nd Cercy Sex Assault Conviction
The court did not agree with Cercy's appeal of his conviction in November 2018 that he was tried twice for the same crime, known as double jeopardy.
Casper Restores 30 MPH Zone on East Second Street
Casper City Council members began reconsidering the matter a few months ago, and decided to revise the ordinance.
Casper Changes Schedule for Christmas, New Year’s Trash Collection
Residents should have their trash containers placed on the street next to the sidewalk curb by 7 a.m.
Casper Man Admits Aggravated Kidnapping, State to Seek 55 Years
A police affidavit said Joshua Hicks fantasizes about young girls.
6 Arrested in Mills Meth Bust, 8 Children in Protective Custody
The children were removed from the residence and placed in the care of the Department of Family Services.
Hogadon Ski Area Adds Three Days for Holiday Skiing
Hogadon will resume its normal hours -- Wednesday through Sunday, and closed Monday and Tuesdays -- the week of Jan. 6.
Breaking: Casper Police Department Declares ‘Snow Day’ for Crashes
The Casper Police Department still will be responding to major crashes that involve injuries or are blocking intersections.
Search for Missing Natrona County Teen Continues Into Friday
The search area has expanded to 228 square miles by law enforcement, drones and trained search personnel, he said.
Casper Collects Residents’ Bagged Leaves in November
Residents can find their extra leaf collection day on the city’s website or by calling
Police: Casper Man Killed Guinea Pig, Attacked Dog With Knife
Aggravated cruelty to animals is punishable by up to two years of imprisonment and up to a $5,000 fine.