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Conditions Ease Slightly for Road Travel; High Winds Wreak Havoc

Sometimes the best course of action with a problem like bad weather is to take no course at all.

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Highway Funding Concerns Loon In Wyoming

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming Department of Transportation officials say uncertainty remains about how much highway money the state can expect to receive after the current federal transportation bill expires next year

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Wildlife Study Uses Reflectors Along Wyoming Highways

WORLAND, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Department of Transportation is using reflector poles in several areas in the state to see if they help prevent wildlife/vehicle collisions.

WYDOT spokesman Cody Beers tells the Associated Press the goal is to determine if the reflectors are instrumental in keeping deer off the highway and to figure out if there's a pattern to the animal crossings

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Snow Socks Wyoming For A 3rd Straight Day

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Hundreds of miles of Wyoming interstate have been shut down by a lingering snowstorm.

Some 300 miles of Interstate 80 and about 200 miles of I-25 were either closed or partially closed Wednesday because of hazardous winter weather conditions and accidents

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Snow Leaves Slick Roads In Wyoming

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Travel is hazardous in much of southeast Wyoming after a snowstorm swept through the state.

The Wyoming Department of Transportation reports numerous slick roads, including Interstate 80 from the Nebraska state line to near Rawlins

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Wyoming Gets Federal Funds For Flood Damage

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming has been awarded about $20 million in federal funds to help pay the costs of repairing roads damaged by last year's flooding and landslides.

The state sustained about $32 million in damage to roads at about 60 sites in 13 counties

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