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Stubson Wants to Clean Up Washington

Posted: 06/23/2016 - Washington is broken, according to Congressional candidate Tim Stubson. As a step toward fixing it, he outlined his "Clean Up Washington" plan at a Wednesday press conference.

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Casper Man Dead After Police Involved Shooting

Updated: 06/22/2016 - A Casper man is dead after an officer-involved shooting. Police were called to the 100 block of north Fenway around 10:45 last night for a male firing shots at multiple homes in the area.

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Yellowstone Changes Shapes

Posted: 06/22/2016 - Old maps of Yellowstone tell tales of the park's early and uncertain beginning.

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Fremont County Fights Mosquitoes

Updated: 06/22/2016 - Fremont County mosquito control personnel explain how they are fighting mosquitoes and if the West Nile virus is something people should watch out for.

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The Pony Express Rides Through Casper

Posted: 06/21/2016 - Pony Express riders galloped through Casper on Tuesday, commemorating the famed 19th century mail route from California to Missouri.

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Body of Alcova Drowning Victim Recovered

Posted: 06/21/2016 - The Natrona County Sheriff's Department recovered the body of a man from Alcova Lake on Monday. The man jumped into the reservoir on Sunday and never resurfaced, prompting a search and recovery effort involving divers and sonar.

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Animal Shelter Population

Updated: 06/22/2016 - With many people trying to save every penny they can during this down economy.. Many times it's people's pets who get the boot first. News 13's Justin Roth spoke with metro animal services employees to see if they've seen more people giving their animals up.

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Insurance Rates During a Rough Economy

Updated: 06/21/2016 - The slumping energy sector has hit Casper hard and some business are seeing the result in their bank accounts. But we all still have bills to pay and that includes insurance.

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Pet Trapping

Updated: 06/21/2016 - Is it illegal to save your pet caught in trap? That's what some people are trying to change....

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New Arapahoe Clinic Meets Success and Challenges

Posted: 06/16/2016 - The Arapahoe Health Clinic is more nimble than the traditional Indian Health Services, but clinic organizers say it can't grow into its full potential without passing Medicaid expansion in Wyoming.

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Looking for Work in Natrona County

Updated: 06/16/2016 - More Natrona County residents are looking for work, including many of the 58 employees laid off by Wyoming Medical Center last week. Thankfully, there are resources to assist in the search.

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Committee Adopts Carbon Rule Change

Posted: 06/16/2016 - Wyoming's Environmental Quality Council adopted new rules for carbon sequestration in the state in an attempt to make preparations for a relatively new industry.

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State Searches for Ways to Save on Education

Posted: 06/15/2016 - Wyoming's Joint Education Interim Committee weighed possibilities this week for saving money on education in the face of a looming budget squeeze.

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Blood Donors Needed

Posted: 06/14/2016 - United Blood Services and other blood donation organizations are always in need of donors, but supplies are running lower than usual.

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High School Students Build Habitat for Humanity House

Posted: 06/14/2016 - The first half of a house built by Riverton High School students was set on its foundation today. The students worked with Habitat for Humanity this past school year to build a house for their Geometry in Construction class.

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Education Committee reviews Hathaway Scholarship

Updated: 06/14/2016 - State legislators reviewed future standards and funding options for the Hathaway Scholarship Monday. News 13’s Ray Bogan was at the Joint Education Interim Committee as legislators made decisions about the future of Wyoming’s state scholarship.

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Grand Teton Park Land Risks Being Sold

Updated: 06/13/2016 - A parcel of land in Antelope Flats off Jackson Hole's scenic highway risks being sold and commercialized, but Governor Matt Mead has signed an agreement to help prevent that.

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Casper Residents React to Orlando Shooting

Updated: 06/14/2016 - Casper LGBT allies have reacted with horror at the Orlando mass shooting. A vigil has been organized Monday night to honor the victims.

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Kelly Walsh Holds Sunset Open House

Posted: 06/13/2016 - Kelly Walsh High School invited Casper residents and alumni to tour the old building one last time before it gets torn down. Organizers also offered tours of the new facility, which opens this summer.

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