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Game and Fish, Crow Nation, at odds over Wyoming hunting rights
About 30 spent shell casings littered the ground where the shooters must have waited. In a draw below the casings were eight dead bull elk. Some heads were missing. Some legs and hind quarters had been taken. One younger bull was left untouched.
April 11 2015
Local History: State Sunshine Laws sparked controversy locally
The passage of a new state law that forced governing bodies to open their meetings to the public touched off controversy in Scranton 41 years ago. In early 1974, state legislators began discussing the Sunshine Bill.
April 06 2015
Wyoming looks to adjust school funding model
The amount of money Wyoming schools receive from the state could change in the next few months. 
March 29 2015
Former Attica prisoner’s attorney pledges to push forward with federal lawsuit
New York
On Monday, former Attica prison employees Sean Warner, Matthew Rademacher and Keith Swack walked away from criminal prisoner brutality charges in Wyoming County Court without having to testify or spend a day in jail, but the three men still face legal challenges in federal court.
March 27 2015
Zeroing in: Wyoming Valley’s link to SNL keeps ‘em laughing
New York
We'd probably all agree there's nothing funny about ISIS. Or is there?There is if you're a writer for “Saturday Night Live” which produced a laugh-out-loud skit two weeks ago about the terrorist group which had a lot of people talking.
March 27 2015
Utah governor approves executions by firing squad
Story, Wyoming
Death by firing squad is not an uncommon practice in the Beehive State.
March 24 2015
Winter Weather Advisories for most areas
West Virginia
(WVVA) Winter Weather Advisories for light snow and ice have been posted for all counties in the WVVA viewing area except for McDowell, Wyoming and Buchanan.
March 19 2015
Sales, lodging tax way up in Teton County
JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) - Sales and lodging tax collections in Teton County are well ahead of budget with just one quarter remaining until the fiscal year ends in June. Nearly $4.44 million has been collected from the lodging tax thus far in the county where tourism the main driver of ...
March 14 2015
Man with history of car chases gets 7 years for gun thefts
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A man who stole eight guns from a Big Timber business and led police on a car chase the day after he was arrested for another chase in Wyoming will spend about seven years in fe
March 11 2015
Republicans tout plan _ without details _ to help people if court voids health law subsidies
WASHINGTON — Congressional Republicans sent a message Monday that they hope the Supreme Court and voters will hear: They have ideas to keep the country's health care system from crumbling if the justices obliterate a bedrock feature of President Barack Obama's heath care law.
March 09 2015
Hatch's Obamacare-bridge plan may be a way out for high-court conservatives
Washington ⢠Sen. Orrin Hatch joined a couple fellow Republicans to unveil a vague plan last week that would provide transitional help for millions of Americans who could lose health care subsidies if the Supreme Court strikes down a key part of Obamacare. Hatch, of course, is no fan of President Barack Obamaâs health-care initiative and has fought it before and after its passage in 2010, but ...
March 08 2015
Health insurance of 470,000 Pennsylvanians at stake under Supreme Court Obamacare case
The nation's top court will hear arguments Wednesday on a challenge to the Affordable Care Act that could affect millions of Americans — including those in Pennsylvania — who bought health insurance through the federal marketplace.
March 04 2015
Supreme Court rejects appeal from Buffalo man serving life sentence
The Wyoming Supreme Court rejected the appeal for a new trial from a man sentenced to life in prison for sexually abusing multiple children.
March 04 2015
GOP: Our plan helps people losing health subsidies
WASHINGTON -- Congressional Republicans sent a message Monday that they hope the Supreme Court and voters will hear: The country's health care system won't crumble if the justices obliterate a bedrock feature of President Barack Obama's heath care law.
March 03 2015
Could Supreme Court Obamacare ruling lead to 'chaos'? Rhetoric heats up
With the Supreme Court set to hear oral argument on Wednesday in a major challenge to President Obama’s health-care reform law, both supporters and opponents of Obamacare are ramping up their rhetoric. The Obama administration accelerated this campaign last week when Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Burwell announced that the administration had no plans to protect Obamacare ...
March 03 2015
Wyoming fund exec's insider trading plea faces U.S. judge's scrutiny
Johnson, new york
An insider trading case against a former Wyoming Retirement System chief investment officer has become the latest prosecution to face a potential setback after a major appellate ruling limited the ability of authorities to secure convictions. John Johnson, the former executive, had pleaded guilty in 2013 to trading on inside information about Foundry Networks Inc's $3 billion takeover by Brocade ...
February 28 2015
Vermilion Energy Inc. Announces Results for the Year Ended December 31, 2014
CALGARY, Feb. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - Vermilion Energy Inc. ("Vermilion", "We", "Our", "Us" or the "Company") (TSX, NYSE: VET) is pleased to report operating ...
February 27 2015
Crow game warden cited for poaching in Wyoming
South Dakota
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) _ As a game warden for the Crow Tribe, Clayvin Herrera has cited poachers _ mostly nontribal members _ as one of his duties.
February 27 2015
Senate committee OKs anti-discrimination bill
The bill protects people from discrimination for sexual orientation and gender identity.
February 12 2015
Wyoming defeats Cal Poly
February 08 2015
Five Clean Power Plan questions answered
Big changes are brewing for America's fleet of coal-fired power plants. Last year, President Barack Obama proposed the Clean Power Plan, which outlined a series of regulations that would curb carbon dioxide from existing coal plants. 
February 07 2015
Guns may be OK in Wyoming schools
Legislation that would allow people with concealed-gun permits to carry firearms into public schools and government meetings won easy approval from the Wyoming House of ...
February 02 2015
Wyoming House approves bill allowing guns in schools
Legislation that would allow people with concealed-gun permits to carry firearms into public schools and government meetings won easy approval from the Wyoming House of Representatives on Monday after a debate over rising gun violence in U.S. schools. The bill, supported by leaders of the Republican-led House, would repeal “gun-free zones” carved out around elementary and secondary schools, as ...
February 02 2015
Religious freedom bill advances in House
The House of Representatives advanced a bill Thursday afternoon that would allow Wyomingites to deny services when their religion disagrees with people’s actions, including potentially allowing county clerks to deny issuing licenses to same-sex couples.
January 30 2015
Pro-wolf groups seek 'threatened' status to allow flexible management
The biggest supporters of protecting wolves in the U.S. came out in support of a reduced protection level for the big canines to make federal management more flexible.
January 28 2015
More than 50,000 fill San Francisco streets in 11th annual Walk for Life West Coast
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Tens of thousands of people walked down Market Street chanting "We are the pro-life generation" in the 11th annual Walk for Life West Coast Jan. 24. "There is a war on women but we are not declaring war, we have come to set women...
January 25 2015
Casper appeals smoking decision to Wyoming Supreme Court
Casper's long-smoldering smoking ban is now before the Wyoming Supreme Court after the city appealed a district court decision declaring that the city clerk had illegally scrubbed 67 names from a referendum petition.
January 25 2015
Bill would remove protections for wolves in 4 states, including Minnesota
Several members of Congress are preparing to introduce legislation soon to take wolves in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan and Wyoming off the endangered list.
January 20 2015
U.S. Research Lab Lets Livestock Suffer in Quest for Profit
© Leslye Davis/The New York Times Cattle dot the pastures at the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center in southern Nebraska, along with bunkers that once stored ammunition for World War II.
January 20 2015
Casper Star-Tribune named newspaper of the year
Story, Wyoming
The Casper Star-Tribune won 24 awards Saturday at the Wyoming Press Association annual convention at the Little America Hotel in Cheyenne, including the Deming Cup for General Excellence, which honors the top overall news organization in the daily newspapers category.
January 20 2015
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