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Memorial Weekend Brings On More Patrol to Fremont County


Laura Starnes-Wells Pleads Not Guilty to Child Abuse


Prosecution and Police Praise Jury's Decision to Convict Joshua Winters


Winters' Trail is Left to the Jury


Park County 'Hit Man' Case Ends with 25 Year Sentence


Young Boy Questioned in Carnival Worker Kidnapping Case


Week Long Trial Begins for Carnival Worker Accused of Kidnapping and Sexual Abuse of Young Boy


Riverton Man Ready to 'Sit in Jail if He Has To'


Riverton Murder Suspect Pleads Not Guilty; Could Face the Death Penalty


State Motions to Bring in Past Assault Incidents to Winters' Trial


Woman Arrested for Stealing Brass Flower Vases for Cash from Cemetery


Riverton Murder Case Moves to District Court


Riverton Man Sentenced for Murder of his Son


More Details Emerge Following Bar Nunn Home Invasion in February


Former Casper Doctor Pled Not Guilty to 10 Charges of Sexual Assault


Elderly Man Found with a Knife in His Chest in Lander


Casper Woman Sentenced to Re-Pay Brother Twenty-Seven Thousand Dollars


Casper Woman Admits to Exploiting Vulnerable Adult


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Gregg Allman, Southern Rock Legend, Dies at 69

Gregg Allman, legendary rock vocalist and frontman for The Allman Brothers Band died Saturday, according to a statement from his family. He was 69.

Airline Passenger Accused of Trying to Bite Attendant

Tu Lon Sein was jailed after authorities say he pried open an exit door and jumped onto the tarmac at a North Carolina airport during a bizarre turn of events.

Jim Bunning, Hall of Fame Pitcher and Ex-Senator, Dies

Bunning, who played for the Detroit Tigers, Philadelphia Phillies and others, was the second pitcher to record 100 wins in the American and National Leagues.

British Airways Hit By Global Outage, Cancels Flights

The airline announced it was canceling all flights from Heathrow and Gatwick after passengers reported long check-in lines.

Martial Law and Rampaging Rebels: What's Duterte Doing?

President Rodrigo Duterte had to cut short his overseas trip to deal with flaring violence in the city of Marawi, overrun by separatist rebel fighters.

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