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Fiscal year 2019 starts July 1st for the City of Casper and just under two million dollars has been allocated to the bus systems. However many people would like to see more money spent to this vital service. News 13's Justin Roth took a deeper look into the numbers and people it could affect.



The board of directors and other volunteers maintain the grounds and are already planning for next year's event.


Effective June 30, 2018, the Town of Mills is ending their contract with the City of Casper and Metro Animal Control to provide animal control services to the Mills area.


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Former Car Salesman Charged with Exploitation of Elderly Woman


Gatorade Wyoming Track and Field Athletes of the Year


SCOTUS Clears Way for States to Collect Online Taxes


Women of Influence Lifetime Achievement Award Nominee: Cathy Carson


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Casper K-9s at the Club


Pres. Trump declares NKorea still poses "extraordinary threat"



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Immigration Debate Hits Home In Casper


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Lawsuits challenge efforts to push abstinence-only on teens


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Man charged in deaths of 2 Kansas deputies


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UN chief to meet with US secretary of state


UPDATE: First lady visits migrant children at Texas detention center


Immigrants await word on when they will be reunited with children


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