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Sterling Banned for Life by the NBA

Sterling is fined by and banned from the NBA over racist remarks.

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Cheyenne Teacher Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Charges

Cheyenne Teacher says charges of under aged sex not true.

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Ex-chief Says Some Have Quit Education Department

UPDATE Thursday April 25 - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — At least five people, including Director Richard Crandall, have resigned from the Wyoming Department of Education since Superintendent Cindy Hill was reinstated as the department's top official last Friday.

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State Bar Asking For Pro-Bono Volunteers

The Wyoming State Bar says it's partnering with the Wyoming Center for Legal Aid to get the state's lawyers to commit to at least one pro bono case.

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Evansville Marks 4th Law Enforcement Head Retirement

The announcement of the immediate retirement of Evansville Police Chief Zach Gentile on Tuesday marks the fourth retirement among law enforcement heads in Natrona County since last summer.

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Jackson Airport Traffic Hit Near Records in 2013

The Jackson Hole Airport served almost 300,000 passengers last year, a 7 percent increase over 2012 that's attributed in part to new winter flights to the West Coast and the East Coast.

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Cheyenne Fire and Rescue Assisting the DCI With Suspected Meth Lab [UPDATE]

Cheyenne Fire and Rescue is assisting the DCI with a suspected meth lab.

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Legislative Committee Considers Medicaid Expansion

A Wyoming legislative committee is set to hear possible options for expanding the Medicaid program in the state.

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Forest Service Seeks $6.3M From Man for Wyoming Wildfire

he U.S. Forest Service wants to collect $6.3 million from a 77-year-old man accused of accidentally starting a wildfire that threatened the town of Jackson

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Temporary Rebound Expected For Coal Mining in 2014

The U.S. coal mining industry is projected to see a modest and short-lived rebound in 2014, driven by more production in Western states after two successive years of declines.

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