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Students Return To School After Christmas Break

Posted: 01/06/2015 - Natrona County School District schools are back in session after a two week Christmas vacation. News 13's Ray Bogan learns it can take a week for students to get back into a routine.

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9 cars involved in I-25 crash

Posted: 12/31/2014 - Nine cars crashed on I-25 North just inside Casper. The call came in just before 8 am and traffic didn't resume for hours.

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Winter Weather Driving Tips

Posted: 12/31/2014 - News 13's Ray Bogan gets tips from Wyoming Highway Patrol and WYDOT on how to drive in dangerous winter conditions safely.

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Biggest Return Day of the Year

Posted: 12/30/2014 - Holiday Shoppers are back in the stores for the biggest gift return day of the year.

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City Employees Seek Grant For North Platte River Revival Project

Updated: 12/29/2014 - The North Platte River will see major restoration both in the river and on its banks within the city limits of Casper with the help of the Wyoming Business Council if members approve a grant request. City leaders say the project is the most significant for Casper in decades.

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U.S. Marines Bring Toys to Kids at Wyoming Medical Center

Posted: 12/25/2014 - Many kids will be celebrating Christmas at home with their families this year... While other kids are fighting an illness that's keeping them in the hospital during the holidays. And Wednesday, several u-s marines visited child patients at Wyoming Medical Center with dozens of toys to help lift their spirits.

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KWHS Choir Students Wrap Gifts for Trip Overseas

Posted: 12/25/2014 - Volunteers at the Eastridge Mall were there to help do some holiday gift wrapping for you, but what you may not know is the volunteers were Kelly Walsh High School Choir students working towards raising money for a trip overseas.

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Douglas Police Handout Cash After Receiving Anonymous $1000 Donation

Updated: 12/23/2014 - Two of Santa's elves anonymously donated $1000 to the Douglas Police Department to be delivered to random people around town. The idea for the donation came after watching last week's story on another $2000 anonymous donation to the Casper Police Department.

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Defense Begins Case Knospler Trial Day 6

Updated: 12/22/2014 - Now its Day 6 of the Knospler Murder Trial in the shooting death of James Baldwin at Rack's Gentlemen's Club over a year ago.

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Hunter Mentor Program Popularity Increasing

Updated: 12/19/2014 - More than 6,000 people of all ages are choosing to learn about hunting by a mentor before they decide to take the time for hunter safety classes and staff expects it to grow.

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Investigators Testify in John Knospler's Trial Day 5

Posted: 12/19/2014 - Now its day five of the Knospler murder trial in the shooting death of James Baldwin at Rack's Gentlemen's Club in October 2013. A verdict was originally scheduled to be reached Friday on John Knospler's second degree murder charge, but Judge Sullins has requested council and jury members to return to trial Monday and Tuesday next week.

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Rack's Employee and Medical Examiner Testify in Knospler Trial Day Three

Posted: 12/18/2014 - The third day of trial is in the books for the shooting death of James Baldwin outside Rack's Gentlemen's Club in October 2013. Knospler is on trial for second degree murder in the death of Baldwin as three new witnesses were called to the stand this afternoon by the state.

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Baldwin's Friends and Sheriff's Deputy Testify in Knospler Trial Day Four

Posted: 12/18/2014 - We're now on day four of the John Knospler trial as he faces second degree murder in the death of James Baldwin in October 2013. It's still the state's case as they continue to call more witnesses to the stand, including Baldwin's friends there at the scene and the Deputy who pulled Knospler over once he left the scene that night.

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