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Casper Police Captain Steve Freel Retiring


Updated: 05/25/2016 - Casper Police Captain Steve Freel is retiring the first week of June. Freel's been a police officer for 26 years and runs the department’s Operations Division. News 13’s Ray Bogan sat down with him as he looks back at his career.

Why get a will?

Posted: 05/25/2016 - The nation's headlines were filled last month with memories of pop icon Prince. But soon after fans cried purple tears and looked back at the singer’s accomplishments, those headlines were replaced with a fight for Prince's estate. News 13’s Ray Bogan spoke with an attorney to see who should consider getting a will.

Flood Help

Posted: 05/25/2016 - More help for Fremont County flood victims.

Lander Health Exercise

Posted: 05/24/2016 - An emergency disease control and medicine distribution exercise was held at the Lander Valley High School.

Casper Eclipse

Posted: 05/24/2016 - The Great American Eclipse is August 21st 2017 and Casper is one of the few places in the world where it will be a total solar eclipse.

Student gives classmate a kidney

Posted: 05/25/2016 - "There's a weird sort of intimacy between us now," Clay Graham said. "You know, my organ is in his body."

City Budget

Posted: 05/24/2016 - Fiscal Year 2016 is ending, and beginning July 1st it'll officially be fiscal year 2017. There's been many changes this past year.

Man steals ambulance, leads officers on chase

Posted: 05/25/2016 - Texas police scanners crackled with radio calls during the chase as the driver of the stolen ambulance was talking with the officers who were pursuing him.

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Lost Sea Turtle Gets Help From Beachgoers

Beachgoers pitch end to help a lost Loggerhead turtle find its way back to the sea. WFLA's John Rogers reports.

Drought Takes Toll On California Trees

Dead and dying trees caused by the California drought has increased the fire risk as camping season arrives. KCRA's Linda Mumma reports.

Kids Climb 2000-foot Bamboo Ladder to Get to School

Just to get home from school, they climb more than 2,500 feet toward the sky — on a ladder made of bamboo and secured to a sheer cliff face.

Possible Cellphone Link to Cancer? Study Reignites Debate

A giant U.S. study meant to help decide whether cellphones cause cancer is coming back with confusing results.

23 London Olympians Test Positive for Doping in Reanalysis

The 23 London athletes are in addition to the 31 who tested positive in retesting from the Beijing Olympics.

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