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Annexation Debate Resumes

The city of Cheyenne continues its series of annexations but a bill in the state legislature may put a stop to future city land grabs. Your Wyoming Link takes a look at the bill that passed out of the house. Folks in Laramie County letting their voices be heard on both sides of the ongoing […]

Placing Snow On Roadways Violation

And with winter weather conditions becoming more intense, the Wyoming department of transportation is reminding people that pushing snow onto roadways is a state law violation. WYDOT has received numerous reports this month that people across southeast Wyoming are pushing snow into the traffic lanes of state highways. Piling up snow reduces sight visibility, increases […]

Residents See High Gas Bills

Residents See High Gas Bills

Many people across Wyoming – seeing sticker shock with their gas bills lately. So we sent our Kimberly Barroteran to talk with Black Hills Energy about why rates have significantly increased. Some residents are seeing the highest gas bills they’ve ever received. And Black Hills Energy says there are some factors that are driving up […]

WYDOT Open House 

WYDOT will host a public open house this Thursday Janurary 26th from 5 to 6:30 p-m at the WYDOT Casper office to discuss an upcoming project to replacing 4 I- 25 bridges and the F Street bridge over the north Platte river. The project is expected to take 2 years to complete and will also […]

Wrong Way Driver Charges

We’re waiting to hear the official charges for the wrong-way driver who caused a chain-reaction crash that killed five arkansas high school students on I-80, east of Rawlins Sunday. The Carbon county sheriff’s office took 57 year old Arthur Nelson, of Limestone, Tennessee into custody on suspicion of DUI with a controlled substance and reckless […]

Five Students Killed In Fiery Crash

The Wyoming Highway Patrol has not yet released the name of a wrong way driver responsible for killing five Arkansas high school students in a chain reaction crash that happened on I-80, east of Rawlins Sunday. Investigators say a semi-tractor trailer collided with the students’ pickup truck causing it to burst into flames. All five […]

Local Business Owners Face Inflation Struggles

Local Business Owners Face Inflation Struggles

Inflation is continuing to take a toll on Casper’s small businesses. Our Kimberly Barroteran spoke with owners as they navigate through these difficult times. As the price of everything from food, utilities and gas continues to increase, it’s no surprise that small businesses are being affected. But how are they handling it? Multiple brick and […]