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Cold, Areas of Light Snow and Snow Showers

Cold, below normal temperatures will be found across Wyoming today and Tuesday.  We will also continue to see areas of light snow and snow showers for most of the state.  Watch out for areas of slick and icy roads through tonight and Tuesday

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Sheriff’s Department Identifies Body [Updated]

The Laramie County Sheriff's Department says a body found near T-Joes steakhouse was that of 34 year old David Pease.

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Two People Found Alive In Washakie County

Two people were found safe and in fair condition, after they were reported missing in Washakie County.

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Woman Who Hit Cyclists Gets Prison

Accident happened last Spring in Sheridan.

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Moorcroft Man Pleads Not Guilty To Sexually Touching Underage Girl

A Moorcroft man pleaded not guilty to one count of third degree sexual assault of a minor during his arraignment in Natrona County District Court on Friday.

Chandler Lawrence, who was 21 when he was arreste

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Strong Storm System Warning

The National Weather Service has issued a Strong Storm System Warning for southeastern Wyoming and western Nebraska for Sunday night and Monday.

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Last Defendant In Heroin Death Case Sentenced

The last of a dozen defendants has been sentenced in a federal case of distributing heroin that resulted in death, according to federal court records.

Ryon Rudy James Herbst was sentenced on Tuesday to 70 months imprisonment follow

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Remember Winter? It’s Back…

This little dose of Springtime is about to disappear.

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Balow: Guns In School Should Be Local Decision

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow says she thinks local officials, rather than the state legislature, should decide whether people should be allowed to bring guns into schools.

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Free Park Admission This Weekend

Though many roads are still closed, the park is still free for the President's Day weekend.

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