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High Power Bill Follow Up

Monday, we reported about spikes in Rocky Mountain Power bills with reactions from customers and Rocky Mountain officials. Today (Friday), we followed up on the story, and were able to reach the Wyoming Public Service Commission secretary to see their reaction.

Wildlife refuge officials reported a man with a drone caused 1,500 elk to stampede half a mile through the snow.

Organizers for the 19th annual “Bowl for Jason’s Friends Foundation” urge the community to gather their friends, family, coworkers, church or civic groups and sign up for the quickly approaching event set for Saturday, March 4th, from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM at El Mark-O Lanes in Casper.

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Snow Forces Schools to Dismiss Early

The Show Goes: No Sweat for Regional Ball

Family looks back on barn moving event nearly 30 years ago

KW Boys BBall

Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming Launched

New Wyo Plates Rolled Out Across the 307

Yellowstone Seasonal Workers Approved for Hire this Summer

Wyoming Student Surprised by Google!

Man who fell through ice has chance to offer thanks to rescuer

Photo of the Day: Friday 'Chill Out'

Budget Cuts Could Hurt Drug Courts Good Work

Small Business Getting Backing From Mead and Enzi

Service Animal Bill Moves to the Senate for Approval

Don Johns Sentenced to Life in Prison without Parole

Casper Council Approves Purchase of Traffic Detection System

Winter Storm Targets Casper

Lego Cars in the Classroom Grow Critical Thinkers

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Airport Safe of Toxins After Kim Jong Un's Sibling Killed

Malaysia's health minister also said Sunday that autopsy results suggested a nerve agent caused "very serious paralysis" that killed Kim Jong Nam.

Lawyer: Muhammad Ali Jr. Profiled at Florida Airport

The boxing legend's son was detained for about two hours on arrival at a Florida airport and questioned about his religion, his lawyer says.

DNC Votes in New Party Chair in Tight Election

Perez was elected Saturday as the new DNC chair, tasked with rebuilding the factionalized party after the November election.

Trans Students Face 'Detrimental' Health Effects Without Fed Protection

Health professionals fear the Trump administration's decision to rescind past guidance on trans protections could lead to 'detrimental' health effects for trans kids.

Deadly Winter Storm Drops a Foot of Snow in Midwest

States across the Midwest were met with a round of severe weather, leaving some with about a foot of snow on the ground.

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