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Wrong Way Driver Homicide Charges

New details on the investigation into the wrongway driver accused of causing the crash that killed five young people from Arkansas on I-80. 57 year old Arthur Nelson, of Limestone Tennessee, had a suspended drivers license due to a prior DUI. Nelson was charged in the Carbon County circuit court Wednedsay with five felony counts […]

Eastgate Attic Fire

Casper fire fighters are reminding people of the importance of having working smoke alarms in your home. On Wednesday, a home security system notified Casper fired EMS to a fire burning in the attic of a home in the 5000 block of East 17th street. The homeowner and family pets were not hurt and made […]

Mills Receives Complaints Of Individual Filming Officers

Mills residents have reached out to the city complaining about a person seen filming police officers during traffic stops. The city says although they understand these concerns, this individual is within their rights to film officers as they interact with the public. But city officials added, the individual is not associated with the city or […]

Legislature Moves Closer To Prohibiting Foreign Land Owners

State lawmakers moved one step closer to prohibiting other countries and businesses not headquartered in the United States from owning land in Wyoming. The house agriculture committee passed a bill that would likely prohibit countries other than Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom from owning land in Wyoming. The legislation’s author – representative Bill Allemand […]

Olivia Caldwell Foundation’s Fight Against Children’s Cancer

Olivia Caldwell Foundation’s Fight Against Children’s Cancer

The Casper community will come together this weekend, to raise money for childhood cancer research all in the name of a little girl who bravely battled the disease. Our Kimberly Barroteran shares Olivia Caldwell’s story.  Katie burchett found out her daughter Olivia was diagnosed with brain cancer when she was just four months old. “Even […]

Senate Judiciary Meeting Courtesy Wyoming State Legislator

A bill that would see insurance cover the costs of hearing aids moves one step closer to the governor’s desk. Our William Langston has more from people who hope to pay a little less for this important medical device. Help may be on the way for those with hearing issues. State lawmakers are talking about a […]

Teacher Honored For Contributions

Wyoming is consistently outperforming other states in student academic testing. Law makers honored Newcastle High School’s science teacher Zach Beam as the teacher of the year Wednesday, and recognized all Wyoming teachers for their efforts and contributions. Wyoming students scored high in reading and math in the 2022 national assessment of educational progress results, known […]