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Fire Damages House in Evansville; Dog Perishes in Blaze
The blaze sent a cloud of black smoke that trailed northeast of Evansville.
University of Wyoming Trustees Announce Three Interim President Candidates
The trustees will vote in a subsequent public meeting of the board to choose the acting president.
Mills Man Faces 20-30 Years in Prison for Child Sexual Abuse
Judge Kerri Johnson will set a sentencing date later for Jonah Decker.
Former Parkway Plaza Will Open as a Clarion Hotel This Summer
The renovated hotel will have 198 rooms renovated to Clarion's specifications, 42,000 square feet of convention space.
Casper Groups Will Trade Trees for Trash
Trees are limited to the first 100 households, while supplies last.
Tony Cercy Appeals Sexual Assault Conviction to Wyoming Supreme Court
Tony Cercy's attorneys have argued in the past that the retrial on the third-degree count violated his Fifth Amendment right to not be tried twice for the same crime.
Casper Police Will Enforce Rules About Parking on Sidewalks
Community service officers will be enforcing other parking violations such as parking in front of fire hydrants and in front of yellow curbs.
Casper City Council Votes to Amend Food Truck Fire Regs, Parking Rules
Casper City Council will consider the proposed amended ordinances on second reading at its May 21 regular meeting.
Wyoming Medical Center Shooting Suspect Pleads Not Guilty
Within hours after the incident, hospital officials said they began evaluating security.
Bikers Voice Concerns About Parade to Casper City Council
Bikers told Casper City Council said their organizations contribute a lot to the community.