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Old Drains Form Potential Safety Hazard in Parks

Posted: 08/27/2014 - Children run around in parks everyday, but in some cases it is the ground and not the playground which can put a child in harms way. At Crossroads ball fields on a rainy day, you may wonder where all the water goes. it goes through a drainage system which can usually be found with ease.

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Wildlife Killed Near Yellowstone

Posted: 08/27/2014 - Locals fear a baby moose that made newspaper and magazine headlines when it survived a raging river is orphaned and unlikely to survive, because a motorist may have killed its mother.

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Teddy and Cody

Posted: 08/26/2014 - Many people think William F. Cody and Teddy Roosevelt were good friends, but one scholar says the two were not -- and he's writing a dissertation on their complicated relationship.

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Depression: Hand-In-Hand with Substance Abuse

Updated: 08/22/2014 - After the Monday (8/11/14) suicide of actor-comedian Robin Williams who was suffering from depression, Casper counselors want to bring awareness to the seriousness of the matter given Williams' history of drug use.

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The Impact of Cyber-Bullying on Students

Updated: 08/22/2014 - With the school year rapidly approaching, Casper counselors want to stress awareness of bullying, not just in the school halls, but on social media sites as well.

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Mills Police Chief Answers Some Questions About Dead K-9

Posted: 08/22/2014 - A Mills police officer, facing a misdemeanor charge of not providing adequate food, water, or protection from the weather, which resulted in the death of his K-9 partner. Tonight news 13's Jeff Platt looks into why it took so long for this story to come to light; more than 6 weeks after K-9 Nyx passed away.

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Dead Mills K-9 Costs Taxpayers

Posted: 08/22/2014 - Yesterday evening we broke the story of a Mills police officer accused of being responsible for the death of his K-9 partner. Today we found out what this loss means and how the officer can be punished.

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West Side Construction Causes Some Destruction

Updated: 08/25/2014 - Many Wyoming residents know once the deep freeze of winter leaves and the sun starts to come out it can mean only one thing: construction season is approaching. Three weeks into August we are in the thick of the construction season, but some believe this year has been noticeably worse than in years past.

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Yellowstone Lodges Stacked

Posted: 08/20/2014 - Yellowston'es lodging concessionaire started construction this summer on five new lodges, which are actually modular jigsaw puzzles.

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Wyoming Oil Industry On The Up And Up

Posted: 08/20/2014 - The Petroleum Association Of Wyoming gathers in Casper for their annual meeting and discuss the future of oil in the state, along with government officials in support of the industry.

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Car Chase Goes 160 miles

Posted: 08/20/2014 - Police chase a stolen car from Riverton to near Elk Mountain on I-80 at over 140mph, arresting two suspects, one a juvenile.

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Casper Police Department Working Towards Full Staff

Posted: 08/19/2014 - The Casper Police Department is authorized to 95 sworn officers, but there are less than that as of today. News 13's Jeff Platt takes a look into CPD's recruiting efforts.

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