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2,000 Complimentary Tickets Available for Wednesday’s Wyoming-San Jose State Basketball Game

Wyoming Men's Basketball Adds Fort Myers Tip-Off to 2018-19 Schedule

Casper College's Octavion Corley Commits to ETSU

Nolan Bertian Signs His Letter of Intent to Join the UAB Blazers

Casper College Men's Basketball Sends Two Players to the Division One Level

Justin James to Test NBA Draft Process

Four Cowboys Earn Conference Honors

Roberts Earns MW Player of the Year Honors, Legerski named Coach of the Year

Mountain West Announces Changes For 2019 and 2020 Men's and Women's Basketball Championships

Casper College Rolls over Wyoming All Stars

Player Pro Antun M

Casper College Men's Basketball off to a Hot Start

Casper College Women's Basketball vs Snow College

Wyoming Basketball players discuss the 2017-2018 season

Wyoming Men's basketball squad looks to build of 2016-2017 success

Cowboy Basketball Opens Practice on Friday

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Armando Rodriguez, WWII vet who served four presidents, dies at 97

Rodriguez also advocated for civil rights and education reform. “The legacy you leave is what you were worth while you were here,” he said in 2000.

FDA proposes major changes to sunscreen rules

The agency called for more research on 14 non-prescription sunscreen ingredients and increases maximum SPF values on sunscreen labels from 50 to 60.

Driver charged with murder of pregnant mother after clash over smoking

The 35-year-old suspect was allegedly asked by a man not to blow smoke in his children's direction, and then plowed his car into the family.

Jussie Smollett blasted by Chicago police for exploiting city's racial divide for personal gain

A judge set Smollett's bail at $100,000 during his first court appearance.

One of 6 officers involved in killing of California rapper was part of prior fatal shooting

"There's a seeming failure to hold officers accountable, and it creates this environment that regardless of what you do and how you do it, you won't be disciplined."