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Rocky Mountain High Power

Monday, we reported about spikes in Rocky Mountain Power bills with reactions from customers and Rocky Mountain officials. Today (Friday), we followed up on the story, and were able to reach the Wyoming Public Service Commission secretary to see their reaction.

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Snow Forces Early School Dismissals

The snow has caused dangerous road conditions across Casper where schools were dismissed early. Natrona County school District officials had teachers send kids home around midday before conditions got worse.

 
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Liberal Activists' Prank Had Some at CPAC Waving Russian 'Trump' Flags

They handed out flags in a nod to allegations of Russian interference in the election. Both were ejected, but said the stunt exceeded expectations.

DHS Draft Report Casts Doubt on Extra Threat From 'Travel Ban' Nation Citizens

The analysis found around half of those in terrorism offenses in U.S. since 2011 were U.S.-born citizens. White House officials called it incomplete.

Tribal Justice Coming Down on Outsiders Now

American Indian tribes are hailing a pilot project to let them prosecute non-members as an important expansion of their justice systems.

Hillary To Trump Foes: Keep Up 'Resistance And Persistence'

Hillary Clinton rallied the White House opposition Friday with a videotaped message urging "resistance plus persistence" that she delivered via President Donald Trump's favorite form of communication — by Twitter.

Controversial Pipeline Set to Run Through N.J. Forest Preserve

'As a priest, I will pray for you when you stand before the throne of God and you are asked to give an accounting of your stewardship of this special ecological area,' said pipeline opponent Rev. David Stump, a Catholic priest from Jersey City. 'May God have mercy on your souls.'

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