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Murder Suspect Pleads Guilty to 2nd Degree Murder Before Retrial

'A Normal Citizen to a Felon;' Former Treasurer to Pay 60K Back to Mills

Reactions from Restorative Justice at Riverton Wal-Mart

Burglar strikes downtown Casper business

Police in Place at Wal-Mart to Cease Rampant Shoplifting

Teton County Seeking Info. on Murder Suspect

Be On the Lookout for Triple Homicide Suspect in Wyo

Brandtly Bedsaul Pleads Guilty to Rape and 2nd Degree Attempted Murder

Three More Suspects Plead Not Guilty to Prescription Drug Delivery

Lock Your Car Doors this Summer; Car Burglaries Continue

Uber and MADD Team Up to Promote Safe Driving on Independence Day

Alcova Lake Suspect Admits to 20 + Burglaries

NCSO Inspects Wounded Natrona County Bull

Last Man Sentenced for Clark Wyo Murder

Former Casper Gynecologist Pleaded Not Guilty

Two in Casper Face 1st Degree Arson and Burglary Charges

Cheyenne Resident Sentenced for Conspiracy to Distribute Meth

Rock Springs Man Sentenced for Possession of Child Pornography

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Charlie Gard Parents Given Deadline to Decide Baby's Fate

A British judge gave the parents of Charlie Gard until noon on Thursday to agree arrangements for his death with the hospital caring for him, failing which he would be transferred to a hospice where his ventilation tube would be removed.

DOJ: Ex-Manafort Associate Is Top-Tier Comrade of Russian Mobsters

In a new filing federal prosecutors call Ukrainian oligarch Dmytro Firtash an "upper-echelon" associate of Russian organized crime.

Ohio Executes Ronald Phillips, Ending Three-Year Hiatus

Phillips was convicted of raping and beating to death his girlfriend's 3-year-old daughter, Sheila Marie Evans.

Police Fatally Shoot Man After Arriving at Wrong Address

Mississippi police arrived at the wrong house while executing an arrest warrant on Sunday, and shot dead a 41-year-old father with no criminal history.

Your Online Shopping Habit Is Breathing New Life Into Sleepy Towns

Entire towns are being transformed by the influx of massive online "fulfillment centers" — and local businesses have seen a corresponding boost.

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