Purple Heart Run Honors Wounded Vets in Casper

The event, hosted at Greiner Ford, raised money, support and awareness for combat wounded vets.

While you may feel mosquitoes biting when you're outside studies confirm the Fremont County mosquito population has declined.

Lisa Whetstone will not serve time in prison, instead she is to complete up to five years of supervised probation and complete the felony program at the Casper Re-entry Center.

News 13’s Landon Harrar spoke with 15 regular everyday shoppers about their take on police stationed at Wal-Mart, specifically to catch shoplifters, everyone agreed it’s been a good idea to eliminate the shoplifting problem.

Balloons Rise High with Special Rules that Apply

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Experts say social media is distorting reality of life

Casper Fire Urges Fire Safety with Dry Summer Heat

Burglar strikes downtown Casper business

More high school graduates taking 'gap year'

Dog owners learn ways to avoid rattlesnakes.

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Parents honor their late son's memory with new kind of park

Restaurant Crews Prepare for Eclipse One Month Out

Casper residents weigh in on Uber's success in the city

Buffalo Bill Wild Trout Fishery

Child Injured in July 6th Crash Dies

Lander Growing Young Minds with Green Gardens

Locals Ready to Tidy the Town for Eclipse Visitors

Is Your Family Prepared for Unknown Disaster?

Man Hunt Remains Active in Teton County for Gerald 'Mike' Bullinger

Rain Slows Growth of the June Fire

Rural Areas Make Emergency Responses Take Longer

Tribute to Fallen Soldiers Tour Visits Casper Family

One Dead after Head on Collision on Jackson Highway

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Federal Judge Blocks Mass Deportation of Iraqis

The judge issued a preliminary injunction, saying the group of Iraqis — many of whom are minority Christians — could face "grave harm and possible death" if returned to Iraq.

What Will Happen When Ohio Starts Executions Again?

Ohio is set to give Ronald Phillips a lethal injection Wednesday night in its first execution in more than three years.

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10th Smuggling Victim Dies; Driver Could Face Death Penalty

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