SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (AP) - PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP IS HINTING AT A SURPRISE ANNOUNCEMENT AS HE PREPARES TO DEPART SOUTH KOREA. TRUMP SAYS DURING A TOAST AT A STATE DINNER BEING HELD IN HIS HONOR IN SEOUL THAT, "WE'RE GOING TO HAVE AN EXCITING DAY TOMORROW FOR MANY REASONS" THAT "PEOPLE WILL FIND OUT."
SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, TEXAS (AP) - THE SISTER OF A MAN WHO ATTENDED SUNDAY'S SERVICE AT THE SOUTH TEXAS CHURCH WHERE 26 WERE KILLED SAYS HER BROTHER AND HIS WIFE WERE AMONG THOSE WHO DIED IN THE GUNFIRE. EVANGELINA SANTOS TOLD UNIVISION ON MONDAY THAT 51-YEAR-OLD RICHARD RODRIGUEZ AND HIS WIFE THERESA DIED IN THE SHOOTING AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH IN SUTHERLAND SPRINGS.

UNDATED (AP) - TEXAS AUTHORITIES SAY THEY DON'T WANT TO "GLORIFY" THE MAN WHO FIRED ON A CHURCH CONGREGATION IN SUTHERLAND SPRINGS SUNDAY, SO THEY INTEND TO NOT MENTION HIS NAME. FBI SPECIAL AGENT IN CHARGE CHRISTOPHER COMBS SAYS, "WE DON'T TALK ABOUT THE SHOOTER" IN THE HOPE THAT IT "DOESN'T ENCOURAGE OTHER PEOPLE TO DO HORRIFIC ACTS." A GROUP CALLED NO NOTORIETY HAS CREATED A MOVEMENT SAYING ON FACEBOOK AND TWITTER, "STOP MAKING RAMPAGE MASS MURDERERS FAMOUS."

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (AP) - PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP SAYS TOUGHER GUN LAWS WOULD NOT HAVE PREVENTED A MASS SHOOTING AT A SOUTH TEXAS CHURCH, ARGUING THAT MORE RESTRICTIONS MIGHT HAVE LED TO MORE CASUALTIES. TRUMP SPOKE AT A NEWS CONFERENCE IN SOUTH KOREA TUESDAY WHERE HE WAS ASKED IF HE WOULD SUPPORT "EXTREME VETTING" FOR GUN PURCHASES.
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THE NATRONA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE HAS BEGUN A PROGRAM FOR MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOLS TO WARN OF THE DANGERS OF SEXTING AND SEXTORTION ON THE INTERNET THAT CAN CAUSE A LOT OF GRIEF.

SHERIFF'S INVESTIGATOR DAVID HULSHIZER SPOKE MONDAY AT THE CASPER CLASSICAL ACADEMY ABOUT THE BASICS OF HOW COMPUTERS WORK, HOW DATA IS STORED AND TRANSMITTED, AND HOW DATA NEVER
GOES AWAY.

STUDENTS, PARENTS AND EDUCATORS MAY NOT KNOW THE FINER POINTS OF THE DARK NET OR METADATA, BUT THEY CAN HOLD AND BE USED TO TRANSMIT IMAGES SUCH AS NUDE SELFIES THAT CAN HAUNT A PERSON FOR LIFE, AND SPIRAL DOWN TO BULLYING, DEPRESSION AND SUICIDE.

CASPER CLASSICAL ACADEMY PRINCIPAL MARIE PURYEAR HEARD ABOUT THE PROGRAM AND HULSHIZER SHARED IT WITH THE SCHOOL'S STAFF.

HULSHIZER SAID HE WILL BE MAKING THIS PRESENTATION TO NATRONA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NEXT WEEK.
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A CASPER AIRPORT OFFICIAL SAYS MORE PEOPLE ARE USING THE AIRPORT THIS YEAR COMPARED TO LAST YEAR, WHICH HE SAY IS A SIGN THAT WYOMING'S ECONOMY IS COMING BACK FROM THE ENERGY DOWNTURN.

CASPER/NATRONA COUNTY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT DIRECTOR GLENN JANUSKA SAYS THE AIRPORT HAS SEEN AN INCREASE IN PASSENGERS.

RENTAL CAR REVENUE, WHICH THE AIRPORT RECEIVES A PORTION OF, AND PARKING REVENUE IS ALSO ON THE RISE.

JANUSKA SAYS PASSENGER ENPLANEMENTS, OR THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE BOARDING PLANES, WENT UP BY 4.4 PERCENT THIS YEAR DESPITE ALLEGIANT AIR ANNOUNCING A STOPPAGE AND A BRIEF CLOSURE FOR RUNWAY WORK.

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CHEYENNE, WYO. (AP) - PLANS FOR A STATE PARK AT A FORMER LAUNCH COMMAND CENTER FOR ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST POWERFUL NUCLEAR MISSILES REMAIN ON TRACK IN WYOMING DESPITE SOME UNCERTAINTY OVER HOW TO PAY FOR ONGOING EXPENSES.

WYOMING LAWMAKERS GAVE PRELIMINARY APPROVAL MONDAY TO TRYING TO KEEP THE FORMER PEACEKEEPER MISSILE SITE PARK SELF-SUSTAINING THROUGH ENTRANCE FEES.

WYOMING REVENUE IS DOWN DUE TO WEAK REVENUE FROM COAL, OIL AND NATURAL GAS EXTRACTION. WYOMING OFFICIALS SAY THE UNDERGROUND MISSILE COMMAND CENTER 25 MILES (40 KILOMETERS) NORTH OF CHEYENNE COULD BE A SIGNIFICANT TOURIST ATTRACTION, ATTRACTING 50,000-60,000 VISITORS A YEAR.

THE U.S. AIR FORCE IS RENOVATING THE SITE - THE LAST OF ITS KIND SINCE PEACEKEEPER DEACTIVATION IN 2005. THE NEW PARK COULD OPEN AS SOON AS NEXT YEAR.