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Casper College Commencement

Posted: 05/17/2016 - Casper College graudates walked across the stage Friday, to receive their associates degrees or certificates of completion. It's the 70th year many students said they felt encouraged to stay in Wyoming and make a mark in our community.

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Bear 3-99 Seen With New Cub

Posted: 05/17/2016 - A 20 year old female grizzly bear known as Bear 3-99, was seen with one cub in Grand Teton national park after emerging from hibernation.

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Bully Bench Program

Posted: 05/17/2016 - It's always nice to feel included, and that's what staff at Cottonwood Elementary are trying to teach their kids; so they invented "buddy benches"

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Parents name son Espn

Updated: 05/21/2016 - He's named after the popular TV channel. And his twin sister? Check it out.

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Cleaning Up After a Flood

Posted: 05/16/2016 - With so much rain over the past couple of weeks some home owners are finding leaking roofs and soggy basement carpet. News 13's Justin Roth spoke to the experts for how to properly clean up after water damage.

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Soldier’s remains come home after 65 years

Posted: 05/16/2016 - Sgt. Billy Williams was declared missing in action in 1951 after his troop was attacked during the Korean War. Two years later, his status changed to deceased.

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Barber back at work after crash

Posted: 05/16/2016 - Marc Merullo was working alone when a car drove through his barbershop. He was out of work for six months but now he's making a comeback.

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Casper house fire ruled arson

Posted: 05/16/2016 - A fire on 8th street in Casper early last Wednesday morning has been ruled arson. The fire started in the basement with some kind of an accelerant and burned all the way to the attic. There's a twist, the former tenant lives right across the street.

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Made in Wyoming - Backwards Distillery

Posted: 05/15/2016 - With the energy sector in a downturn and unemployment claims up 40 percent from last month....it's important to keep in mind to buy local and help those still employed. News 13's Justin Roth hears from two local business owners who are keeping people employed.

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Lake Hotel 125 Years Old

Posted: 05/13/2016 - Crowds of tourists helped Yellowstone officials celebrate the 125th birthday of the Park’s oldest hotel Friday morning.

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Rotary Park Update

Updated: 05/14/2016 - One of Casper’s most popular parks has been growing since 2013. Improvements have been made to Rotary Park since we last visited the park two years ago.

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A Child's WIsh is Granted On Television

Posted: 05/13/2016 - Make A Wish Wyoming has been granting wishes for children with life threatening medical conditions for many years but the gift of seeing a child's excitement never gets old. A Riverton got his wish, live on television with thousands of people watching.

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Special Olympics Torch Run

Posted: 05/12/2016 - Natrona County Officers took part in the torch run to support the Special Olympics summer games.

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The Benefits of Checking Your Hearing

Updated: 05/13/2016 - One in eight Americans 12 years or older has hearing loss in both ears, based on standard hearing examinations according to NIH. For May’s better hearing and speech month, it's important to check your hearing.

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Fremont Flood Aftermath

Posted: 05/12/2016 - People in Fremont County are doing their best to recover from this weekend's floods.

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Legislators Downplay New Taxes to Help State Budget

Updated: 05/12/2016 - State lawmakers met in Douglas today to discuss different ways to generate money.....but don't worry....they didn't settle on any new taxes. News's 13 Justin Roth explains.

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Job Corps Students Fill Sandbags

Updated: 05/12/2016 - Job corps students took the initiative Monday to help fill sandbags for people who need them.

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