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Mess Still Big at Landfill One Year After October Snow Storm

Posted: 10/07/2014 - Tree-pocalypse, Branch-ageddon... It had several different names but one thing everyone agrees on is last year's October snow storm was one of the worst disasters the city of Casper has ever seen. And now, one year later, the mess is still here, just stored somewhere different.

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Bar Nunn Looks to Add Second Interchange

Posted: 10/06/2014 - What initially started as the Wardwell Airport in September of 1930 has now grown into a town of a little over two thousand people. In 2014, Bar Nunn was named the fastest growing city in Wyoming, but one thing still remains the same since it was first put on the map as a town in 1982.

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Wyoming Probation System Working

Posted: 10/06/2014 - Every day in America people are convicted of crimes, but many don't end up behind bars. They get probation and are allowed back into society. Airlines and police stations are probably the only two places where the term frequent flier is heard.

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Furry Friday: Ally

Posted: 10/04/2014 - Ally is a 2-year-old red nosed pit bull and is available for adoption at Casper Metro Animal Control.

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Pitbulls Not Aggressive In Nature

Posted: 10/04/2014 - October is pitbull awareness month, and News 13 goes out to find why people think pitbulls are naturally aggressive and if it is true.

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Analysts Predict Drops in Oil Production Across the Country

Posted: 10/02/2014 - Back in the 1970s, analysts predicted a decline in the nation's oil production for the next few decades, and while that did happen... They did not predict the sharp increase in 2009. So how accurate are these predictions?

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Wyoming Tourism Numbers Up for 2014

Posted: 10/02/2014 - With the leaves turning from green to yellow and the cool crisp air of fall rolling in, Wyoming’s tourism season is wrapping up; and 2014 has been a good year for the Cowboy State.

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WLEA Trains Officers on Proper Use of Force

Posted: 10/01/2014 - The gun-wielding man shot by a Casper police officer last Tuesday night is dead. One witness says officers were responding to a domestic dispute. They told the man to drop his weapon several times before they fired. News 13's Jeff Platt looks into the training Wyoming officers get to handle these situations.

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National Parks May Hike Fees

Posted: 09/30/2014 - Next summer, you may have to pay more to get into Yellowstone, Grand Teton, or Glacier National Parks. The Park Service director has them permission to raise their fees, if they consult with states and local communities.

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1 in 4 Women Experience Domestic Violence in their Lifetime

Posted: 09/30/2014 - Counselors say they see domestic violence on a weekly basis... and after an abusive relationship escalated into a domestic shooting last week, they say it's important to seek help before it reaches that point.

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