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Wyoming Legislative Session Begins-Morning Update [AUDIO]

The Wyoming General Legislative Session got underway on Tuesday in Cheyenne. School safety has always been a priority and even more so in light of the mass shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown in December.

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Ian Delap, Townsquare Media
Ian Delap, Townsquare Media
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Golden Corral Update-Morning News [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Department of Epidemiology is drawing closer to completing its investigation into the Golden Corral Restaurant case. The Wyoming Department of Transportation could save millions of dollars on five upcoming road construction projects.

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Sheep Herder Hill Fire
The Sheep Herder Hill Fire burned over 15,500 acres atop Casper Mountain last September. - Rich Denison, K2 Radio
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Sheep Herder Hill Fire Update-Morning News [AUDIO]

Fire investigators say they've yet to determine an exact cause of last summer's Sheep Herder Hill fire. The average retail gasoline price in Wyoming continues to fall.

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K2 Radio News/Casper Mountain Fire
K2 Radio News/Casper Mountain Fire
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Fire Outlook For 2013-Morning Update [AUDIO]

2012 was an extremely difficult year for firefighters in Wyoming. The University of Wyoming Police Department is creating a post for a full-time crime prevention officer.

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Casper City Council Swearing In-Morning Update [AUDIO]

Four new members of the Casper City Council took the oath of office on Wednesday. The city of Casper along with the staff at Hogadon Ski Area are about to embark on a planning process for the city owned facility.

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Popular I-25 Stop In Chugwater Is Destroyed-Morning Update [AUDIO]

A popular stop for travelers along I-25 was destroyed by fire Sunday night. The yearly national average cost of gas for the year 2012 is the highest on record.

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First Night Celebration-Morning Update [AUDIO]

First-Night Casper returns for New Year's Eve. Protective padding will be installed at a Jackson recreation center after a 32-year old man died after hitting a concrete wall during an indoor soccer game.

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Holiday Travel-Christmas Eve News Update [AUDIO]

Wyoming Department of Transportation is expecting as usual increase travel this Christmas. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is no longer printing its hunting information and application booklet.

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Ruby Maddox
Natrona County Sheriff's Office
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Former Corrections Agent Pleads Guilty To Charges-Morning Update [AUDIO]

A former corrections agent admits to being on the wrong side of the law. University of Wyoming President Tom Buchanan who is retiring next summer, says the university has blossomed into a first rate institution.

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Chris Krumm Letter - Click to Download PDF
Chris Krumm Letter - Click to Download PDF
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Krumm Letter Released-Morning Update [AUDIO]

Casper Police have released the details of a note left behind from a man they say is responsible for a double-murder suicide that happened on Nov. 30th. Students attending Wyoming's seven community colleges will be paying more in tuition next year.

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