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Man Pleads Guilty to Robbery After Escaping WBI and Stealing a Vehicle


54 Buffalo Roam Out of Protected Area; Criminal Investigation Launched


Wyo Leaders to Bring Domestic Violence Issues to Legislative Session


Cody Police Investigating Suspicious Death


Sheridan Police Investigate Recent Murder


BREAKING: Lovell Murder Suspect Arrested in Mills


Natrona County Marijuana Bust Leads to Felony Conviction


NC Pick Axe Attack Case Moves to District Court


Casper Police Continue Search for Weekend Robbery Suspect


Hardees Trio Arrested Following Four Month DCI Investigation


Hardees Trio Arrested for Possessing Almost Three Pounds of Meth


Three Face Drug Charges Following Arrest Near Hardees in Casper


Casper Woman Pleaded Guilty to Using Meth While Carrying Baby


NC Detention Inmate Tries to Eat his Cocaine


Nine Sentenced to Prison for Drug Crimes in the State


Woman Faces Aggravated Assault Charges After Throwing Baby in Ditch


June Standoff Suspect Admits Guilt to Felony Crimes


NCSO to Distribute Stolen Decorative Vases This Weekend


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N. Korean ex-spy who blew up passenger jet: Don't trust Kim Jong Un

According to Kim Hyun-hui, Kim Jong Un's regime is using the looming PyeongChang 2018 Olympics to try to separate South Korea from its ally, the United States.

Michigan man allegedly threatened to gun down CNN employees

Brandon Griesemer was accused by the FBI of calling CNN 22 times on Jan. 9 and 10, railing against African-Americans and Jews and threatening a mass shooting.

California mudslide residents can be 'a victim or a survivor,' official says

In the wake of deadly mudslides in Montecito, California, a county emergency manager suggests residents can decide whether to be "a victim or a survivor."

Philippines raises volcano alert, eruption could be 'days away'

Mayon, the country's most active volcano, has been spewing ash, lava, and pyroclastic material since Jan. 13, displacing close to 40,000 residents.

Afghan security forces committed gross human rights abuses, report says

A newly declassified report says the Pentagon knew Afghans were committing human rights abuses like child sexual assault but still approved military funding.

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