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Parsley Blvd Bridge Over I-80 Struck By Semi Again

WYDOT advises motorists in the Cheyenne area that the Parsley Blvd. bridge is open for traffic but signed for reduced speed and weight restrictions

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New Flavor for Remote Wyo. Town: Vietnamese Coffee

Vietnamese coffee is the new flavor of a remote outpost along Interstate 80 in southeastern Wyoming.

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Photo courtesy of Wyoming Highway Patrol
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Wyoming Highway Patrol Working To Improve I-80 Safety

The Wyoming Highway Patrol is teaming up with other law enforcement in other states to help make Interstate 80 safer for travelers.

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May Day Storm Closes I-80 From Laramie To Cheyenne

Another spring snowstorm is dumping snow on Wyoming.

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Cell Phone May Have Contributed to Deadly Crash in Albany County

A crash involving three semi-trailers on eastbound I-80 near Laramie has claimed the life of a North Carolina man and authorities say that a driver on a cell phone may have been a contributing factor.

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Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
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I-80 Closure Affecting Natrona County Traffic

A massive traffic tie-up in Natrona County is the result of the closure of Interstate 80 at Rawlins.

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Snow Making Travel Difficult In Wyoming

Another round of heavy snow is making travel difficult throughout the state of Wyoming.

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Motorcyclist Dies In Carbon County Crash

A Washington state man was killed while driving a motorcycle along Interstate-80 Saturday afternoon.

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Wyoming Wind Topples Semi On I-80 [VIDEO]

Dramatic video shows high winds knocking over a semi on Interstate 80.

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Patrol Car (Courtesy of Wyoming Highway Patrol)
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Cheyenne Woman Killed In Crash On I-80

A 43 year old Cheyenne woman was killed in a single vehicle crash Wednesday morning on I-80 about 12 miles east of Laramie in Albany County.

The Wyoming Highway Patrol says the dtiver, 49 year old Cheyenne resident James Evans, was westbound on I-80 in the right lane. Black ice conditions exsisted on the roadway and Evans lost control of the vehicle as it started to rotate towards the right shoulder. Evans steered to the left and over corrected the steering back to the right causing the vehicle to rotate clockwise and go into a broadside slide. The truck left the roadway on the right side going into the borrow ditch.

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