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Court Hearing Shows North Casper Man Shot Nine Times; Case Continues to District

Previous Casper Community Development Employee to Pay Back City Funds

Police Continue Stabbing Investigation

Police Investigate Weekend Stabbing

Park County Man Charged with 1st Degree Murder

Two More Riverton High School Students Plead Guilty to Unlawful Contact

Man Sentenced to Probation for Abusing Child at Wife's Daycare Center

Reinke Pleads Not Guilty to Buffalo Harassment in Yellowstone

Park County Deputies Analyze Recent Murder/Suicide

20 Year Old Man Arrested Following 44 Mile Chase into Converse County

Update: Jason John Charged with Murder Following North Center Street Altercation

Man Accused of Harassing Yellowstone Bison

Details Limited in Early Morning Death on Center Street

Man Found with Stolen Car and Gun at Bubbles R' Us

Lusk Man Facing Vehicular Homicide Charges Following August Crash

Wyoming Nurse Indicted for Unlawful Distribution of Drugs Resulting in Death

Casper Woman Accused of Embezzling Funds from Wrestling Club Account

Former Probation and Parole Officer Pleads Guilty to Delivery of Pills

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Don't use 'Mormon' or 'LDS' as church name, president says

Both terms have been used for decades to refer to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Boy, 14, silently stabbed girl in Oklahoma school auditorium: police

The victim sustained wounds to her face, arm and hand, police said. The suspected stabber was in custody but has refused to speak to authorities.

U.S. citizen detained and deported from Vietnam doesn't regret protesting

"I will readily admit that I disturbed the public order. That was the intent of the protest. So no I don't regret it."

Authorities recover body a day after arresting Colorado woman's husband

Chris Watts was arrested overnight in connection with the disappearance of his pregnant wife and two young girls.

NYU makes med school free

The goal is to get more doctors to choose lower-paying specialties, NYU says.