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Wild deer plays fetch with man and dog

Posted: 8:57 AM - "I'd throw it again," said Bunn. "The deer would just take off after it again. The deer wound up getting really tired. Started panting."

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BBQ Safety Tips

Updated: 05/30/2016 - There's nothing like the smell of BBQ cooking on a grill during memorial weekend. The weather cooperated this weekend, so many of you probably BBQed. While it's always enjoyable to eat grilled hamburgers and hot dogs, you also want to be safe while cooking them.

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Pageant For A Cause

Updated: 05/28/2016 - Many people think of pageants as way to show off the glitz and glam on a girl's appearance. But the American Girl Pageant isn't that way. This was the first year Wyoming hosted an All American Girl Pageant. Libby Eckman was crowned this year's Wyoming All American Girl Tiny Miss. Her mission is to not only bring home the national title but also raise awareness and support for "Autism Speaks", the foundation the pageant sponsors.

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Woman battles 50 turkey vultures each night

Posted: 05/27/2016 - Aarika Koppenhaver says she's at a standstill, as more than 50 turkey vultures invade her Iowa property every night. "They line the trees, just like in the movies."

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Title 25 Transportation Issues

Posted: 05/26/2016 - Fremont County Police and Sheriff's Department are trying to find a new solution to transporting mentally ill patients.

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Vietnamese seminarian studying in Casper

Posted: 05/26/2016 - A young Vietnamese seminarian is spending his summer in Casper as he continues his studies. News 13's Ray Bogan reports the future priest loves the F words - faith and food.

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Jim Good's...An Aviation Legend

Updated: 05/26/2016 - Jim Good died this past April, but his legend continues at the "Good War Bird Museum". It's there where you can see and feel his love and appreciation of aviation.

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Student gives classmate a kidney

Updated: 05/28/2016 - "There's a weird sort of intimacy between us now," Clay Graham said. "You know, my organ is in his body."

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Flood Help

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

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Casper traffic lights being adjusted

Updated: 05/25/2016 - A new study shows major timing issues with Casper’s traffic signals and flow. But this week changes are being made and driving on Casper roads should be noticeably easier.

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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.

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Lander Health Exercise

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

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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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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.

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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.

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Large saw blade crashes through home's window

Updated: 05/24/2016 - A Nebraska man went to the hospital with neck and back pain, but it could have been a lot worse after a blade spun off a road construction machine and came flying through the window of his home.

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Casper Businesses Thriving in Poor Economy

Posted: 05/23/2016 - The energy down turn has hit residents of Wyoming hard. With many getting laid off and the governor making large cuts to the state budget. News 13 Justin Roth spoke to some Casper leisure business owners to see if feeling the effects.

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UW's President Talks Budget

Posted: 05/23/2016 - The energy downturn affects many Wyoming workers, and with less tax money coming in, less money can go to universities.

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