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Afternoon News Update

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David Paul Morris, Getty Images
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Wyoming Gas Prices Continue To Go Up-Afternoon Update [AUDIO]

Average retail gasoline prices in Wyoming continue to go up. This past week up 10.6 cents a gallon to $3.03 a gallon and became the last state to go back up above that 3 dollar mark. The Wyoming Legislature will concentrate on ironing out differences between the House and Senate versions of the supplemental budget bill this week.

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Winter Storm To Hit Wyoming This Weekend-Afternoon Update [AUDIO]

A potent winter storm with moderate to heavy snow will impact Wyoming this weekend. Snow will spread throughout most of the state starting later today and continue through Sunday afternoon, with Winter Storm Warnings and Watches posted for most of the state. Wyoming's supplemental budget bill faces final amendments in both Houses. The Wyoming House and Senate both have scheduled final reading of the supplemental budget today.

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Supplemental Budget Bill Update-Afternoon News [AUDIO]

Wyoming lawmakers continue to work the Supplemental Budget. GOVERNOR MATT MEAD SAYS HE THINKS THERE ARE SOME PRACTICAL STEPS THAT CAN BE CONSIDERED TO MAKE WYOMING SCHOOLS SAFER.

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State Superintendent Cindy Hill
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Judge Denies Hill Restraining Order-Afternoon Update [AUDIO]

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION CINDY HILL WAS IN LARAMIE COUNTY DISTRICT COURT TUESDAY AFTERNOON. GOVERNOR MATT MEAD SAYS THAT ALTHOUGH IMPROVEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE IN SOME AREAS OF EDUCATION IN THE STATE OVER THE PAST FEW YEARS, WYOMING IS STILL IN THE MIDDLE OF THE PACK NATIONALLY IN SEVERAL AREAS.

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Lawmakers Working On Supplemental Budget-Afternoon Update [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Legislature continues its work on the Supplemental Budget, a process that will continue through the rest of the week. The interim director of the Wyoming Department of Education has already made some changes since taking over administration of the agency last week.

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Wyoming Legislative Updates-Afternoon News [AUDIO]

A HOST OF GUN BILLS PASSED THE HOUSE FRIDAY INCLUDING A BILL THAT WOULD ALLOW WYOMING RESIDENTS WHO HOLD CONCEALED WEAPONS PERMITS TO CARRY GUNS ON PUBLIC SCHOOL AND COLLEGE CAMPUSES. Wyoming House Speaker Tom Lubnau says he anticipates lawmakers coming out with a very conservative budget. Identical budget bills drafted by the Legislature's Joint Appropriations Committee will get their first readings today in both the full House and Senate.

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Design Plans For Kelly Walsh H.S. To Be Unveiled-Afternoon Update [AUDIO]

THE NATRONA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT PLANS TO HOLD A SPECIAL PRESENTATION THIS MONTH WHERE PRELIMINARY DESIGN PLANS WILL BE REVEALED FOR KELLY WALSH HIGH SCHOOL. ACCORDING TO A DISTRICT PRESS RELEASE. NATRONA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICIALS SAY THREE AREA ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS HAVE EXPRESSED INTEREST IN POSSIBLY ACCOMMODATING A PROPOSED DUAL-LANGUAGE IMMERSION PILOT CURRICULUM FOR THE 2013-2014 SCHOOL YEAR.

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Cindy Hill To Run For Governor in 2014-Afternoon Update [AUDIO]

STATE SUPERTINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION CINDY HILL SAYS SHE WILL RUN FOR GOVERNOR IN 2014..PUBLIC UTILITIES OFFICIALS SAY CITY WORKERS HAVE FIXED A WATER LINE RUPTURE THAT INTERRUPTED WATER SERVICE FOR SEVERAL DOZEN CASPER RESIDENTS TUESDAY AFTERNOON.

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Council Acts On Building Site For Possible Conference Center-Afternoon Update [AUDIO]

CASPER CITY COUNCIL NARROWLY APPROVED THE PURCHASE OF A $650,000 LOT IN CASPER’S DOWNTOWN AREA THAT THE CITY HOPES WILL FACILITATE THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SPRAWLING $50 MILLION HOTEL AND CONFERENCE CENTER. SEVERAL DOZEN HOMES AND BUSINESSES ON THE NORTH SIDE OF CASPER ARE WITHOUT WATER FOLLOWING A MAIN BREAK.

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Council Takes First Step In Possible Convention Center-Afternoon Update [AUDIO]

Casper City Council took the first step in the possibility of developing a downtown convention center. A Wyoming legislative committee is set to hear a bill that seeks to pre-empt any federal crackdown on assault weapons and high-capacity magazines.

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